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“Unlike a drop of water which loses its identity when it joins the ocean, man does not lose his being in the society in which he lives. Man’s life is independent. He is born not for the development of the society alone, but for the development of his self.”


EYVA is an independent sci-fi comic series written by ANNAS ESKANDER and illustrated by TIMOTHY GREEN II (Fraction, Aeon Flux, Rush City, Annihilation: Conquest – Star Lord, The Immortal Fist and Generation Hope.)

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2294, the Ardents implanted a dwindling population so that Mainframe was always in control of the ultimate society. They exiled the Reformists, rebels against the implant, and forged and uneasy alliance to put them to work in the coltan mine.

Repeated threats of an invasion from Drairus over unpaid debts and undelivered coltan forced the Ardents to go against the long-standing agreement… The reformists had to be implanted against their will and the rebellion had to end.


Eyva moonlights as a burlesque dancer and inadvertently kills an influential Ardent senator in a bid to retrieve access to her nanotechnology research… Reaching a crossroads, she thinks back to where it all started to go wrong.


Inspired by the FBI’s Next Generation Identification system to counteract terrorism, Eyva portrays a stylized future where surveillance implants and social media are used as management tools for the benefit of a repressive regime.

The NGI includes voice recognition, iris and retina scan data, facial recognition and DNA analysis. A fully automated system specifically designed to be integrated into the Global Surveillance Network…

In the hands of a totalitarian government, what chance does the human spirit have when free will becomes non-existent?

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