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REVIEW: 'I Breathed a Body' #1 by Zac Thompson, Andy MacDonald, Triona Farrell, and Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou

  A science-fiction horror series about social media, big tech, and influencer culture. It's The Social Network meets Hellraiser. When the world's biggest influencer posts something irredeemably horrific online, the world changes in an instant. Now it's up to his social media manager, Anne Stewart, to fan the flames of outrage and create a sensationalist campaign that rewrites the rules of "banned content." Thus begins a carnival of lust, revulsion, desire, and disgust - all for viral videos. Written by Zac Thompson (LONELY RECEIVER, UNDONE BY BLOOD, X-Men) and illustrated by Andy MacDonald (Multiple Man, Rogue Planet), I BREATHED A BODY is a horror series about the voyeurism of violence and the Big Tech companies who engineer patterns of fear in society.   I BREATHED A BODY #1 Writer: Zac Thompson Artist: Andy MacDonald Colorist: Triona Farrell Letterer: Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou Regular Cover Artist: Andy MacDonald w/ Triona Farrell Publisher: Aftershock Comics Rele

Oscar Isaac 'Awakens' a Killer Version of Bill Murray's SNL 'Star Wars' Theme


Shortly before 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' demolished box office records and dominated theaters world wide, 'Poe Dameron' himself, Oscar Isaac, sat down with GQ Magazine in Spain for an in-depth interview about his upbringing, his career, and the megastardom a cultural phenomenon like 'Star Wars' brings. Luckily, the GQ session also included a delightful rendition of Bill Murray's SNL lounge singer doing the theme from 'Star Wars' by the multitalented actor and musician. 


Oscar Isaac is no stranger to the guitar: in fact, he might never have gotten his big break in Llewyn Davis without it, as as he points out in the January cover story (http://www.gq.com/story/oscar-isaac-s...). To put him to the test, we asked if he could cover Bill Murray’s iconic Star Wars lounge singer sketch from Saturday Night Live. (Hint: we just might like this version better than the original.)
Source: GQ Magazine

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