By the mid 23rd century, the foolish decisions of mankind have led to the collapse of Earth's environment; humanity and all life on Earth are extinct. In the hopes of someday restoring the world to what it used to be, man, before being wiped off the face of the planet, built an immense tower. Inside lives Louis, a supercomputer charged with keeping the DNA of all living things safe until a time comes for it to be released and restored. This is his story - a story that spans millions of years and beyond.
Though I wish I could have given Hotel a higher score over all, being a one-shot with an art style I don't exactly love (that is, the style of the humans only) I feel unable to do so.Hotel by Bouichi is a short but beautiful story about not only humans' eternal struggle to live. In April, A.D. 2031 the construction of a humongous tower begin in the Antarctic to preserve DNA from all living creatures on Earth... read more
I usually hate anything and everything with an environmental theme (way too preachy), but I thoroughly enjoyed this. It reminded me of Isaac Asimov's "The Last Question", the plot and tone were along the same vein. The art was attractive, especially the couple of full-color pages in the beginning. It's pretty short (one-shot)... read more
|Hotel: Since 2079||2004||TBD|
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