Jul 14, 2020
Tron Volume 1: Ghost in the Machine
Posted by Landry Q. Walker Eric Jones Michael Shoykhet

Jet Bradley, son of original TRON programmer Alan Bradley, has recently escaped the computer world But his experiences within cyberspace have left him emotionally scarred vivid nightmares plague him, and he s become paranoid and unstable He shuns technology wherever possible, leaving him effectively crippled in the modern world And now something within the computer wJet Bradley, son of original TRON programmer Alan Bradley, has recently escaped the computer world But his experiences within cyberspace have left him emotionally scarred vivid nightmares plague him, and he s become paranoid and unstable He shuns technology wherever possible, leaving him effectively crippled in the modern world And now something within the computer world wants him back Inspired by Disney s groundbreaking, science fiction motion picture classic, TRON Ghost in the Machine takes place in present day, over two decades after the events of the original film.

  • Title: Tron Volume 1: Ghost in the Machine
  • Author: Landry Q. Walker Eric Jones Michael Shoykhet
  • ISBN: 9781593621025
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tron Volume Ghost in the Machine Jet Bradley son of original TRON programmer Alan Bradley has recently escaped the computer world But his experiences within cyberspace have left him emotionally scarred vivid nightmares plague him

    Edward Cheer

    An unexpected gem in the universe of Tron When I read this years ago, I was expecting something far worse, but ended up very pleasantly surprised This comic studies the confused and complex mind of Jet Bradley, Alan Bradley after the events of TRON 2.0 which I actually never played , but despite all this, the book does really well to explain itself without confusing those who haven t played the game, though I can understand how it could be confusing to people who hadn t seen the original film Ho [...]


    Christopher Murphy

    Not just a horrible Tron book, a horrible bookThere are only three possible scenarios to explain this visual and semantic train wreck 1 The author never bothered to watch the original movie or play the video game upon which his own story is based.2 Somehow the author failed to glean any insight into what actually made the movie or video game enjoyable to fans or made a conscious decision not to include any of those elements in his own work.3 The author had already written his story and clumsily [...]


    Alexander Smith

    The art concept could have been much better, but the story was very enlightening to what Tron could become like in future renditions of the story.



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