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Technological revolutions are a time of incredible inventions, brilliant minds, and fantastic discoveries. As well as bad inventions, failed experiments, and bizarre ideas. "Revolutions" brings to life a series of alternate histories, and offers inventions so fantastic they could never be brought into existence in our world. Instead, these inventions disappear into oblivion, or transform into something completely other than what their makers intended. A truly "revolutionary" series of graphic novels.

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Technological revolutions are a time of incredible inventions, brilliant minds, and fantastic discoveries. As well as bad inventions, failed experiments, and bizarre ideas. "Revolutions" brings to life a series of alternate histories, and offers inventions so fantastic they could never be brought into existence in our world. Instead, these inventions disappear into oblivion, or transform into something completely other than what their makers intended. A truly "revolutionary" series of graphic novels.

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The technological revolution provided us all with nearly unlimited possibilities. In the era of the steam engine and the electric light bulb, nothing was capable of halting the victorious march of civilization into the bright future. At least, that's what we thought... But in a world of terrifying sea monsters, ancient divinities, and incomprehensible laws governing the cosmos, only extraordinarily talented individuals can feel secure. The imperfection of our machines pushes us back into the jungle of the great cities, and the struggle of technology against nature is far from over...

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"Monochrome" is a collection of monographs depicting inventors at key moments in their lives. Here we meet historical figures and have the chance to observe them up close, as well as witness their work and its effects. We find out who really invented the cinematograph and who was behind the invention of X-rays, and the mystery behind the discovery of the North Pole will be resolved. This volume also reveals the darker side of life in a world of revolutions, and leaves us uncertain as to whether people control machines, or the other way around.

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Who is the mysterious man in ancient Egyptian clothing who appears in the background in previous volumes? Where was the doctor with the suitcases full of manuscripts headed? Who was chasing him and why? Who were the dervishes dancing for? And what extraordinary events were witnessed by the omniscient Gustav Florian Melnitzki? "Syntagma" is the closing album of the four-part cycle of 'Revolutions.' All hitherto unexplained storylines are brought to their conclusions across these pages. The paths of characters in seemingly unconnected stories suddenly intersect when a manuscript, transcribed by a man stricken with an attack of genius, falls into the hands of Felix Hausdorff, and the action increases in tempo until the end, as does the growing number of people and institutions interested in this mysterious text.

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This album contains two short stories without words, set in the world of the Revolution. Both of these stories show that the need for inventions is often a significant moment that can change our perception of the world.

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