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Robert Venditti Talks ‘The Surrogates: Case Files’ And Moving Into Digital Publishing

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In 2005, Top Shelf released their first serialized comic book: The Surrogates, a science fiction murder mystery by Robert Venditti and Bret Weldele, set in a world where robotic bodies had given people the ability to live their lives without ever leaving the comfort of their own homes. Last week, Venditto and Weldele returned to that world with The

War Rocket Ajax: ‘X-O Manowar’ Writer Robert Venditti On Breaking Into Comics

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This week on War Rocket Ajax, Chris and Matt are pleased to welcome Robert Venditti to the show! He joins us on the podcast to talk about the unique path that led him from being an adult who didn't read comics to a writer whose first graphic novel was turned into a movie, all the way to writing Valiant's relaunch of X-O Manowar -- and you can listen to the whole show right here at ComicsAlliance!War Rocket Ajax #111: Self-Horn Tootin'™ with Robert Venditti
(WARNING: Contains NSFW language)

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5 Celebrities Who Are Probably Robotic Surrogates

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Based on the Top Shelf graphic novel, "The Surrogates" hits theaters tomorrow with its story about a future in which man can operate robotic stand-ins every moment of the day, never having to step outside to see the sun or dare attempt interaction with another person. It's classic science fiction, and the movie adaptation seems poised to impress a lot of peo

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Top Shelf Productions’ $3 Sale Plus ‘The Surrogates’ iPhone Release

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Voracious comic readers can now order from the Top Shelf for the price of wells. And if that crude bar hopping metaphor isn't obvious enough, Top Shelf Publications is having a massive $3 sale at its Web site.

A healthy

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The Science Behind ‘The Surrogates’

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The upcoming Bruce Willis flick "The Surrogates," which is based on a Top Shelf comic, imagines a society where people experience their lives through robot avatars rather than first-hand. A new video after the jump examines some of the science behind the technology in the film, and even prophesies that we will be living in a world similar to "The Surrogates" within ten years, which I find a liiiittle hard to believe, but great sound bite

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Watch the New “Surrogates” Trailer in HD!

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A new trailer is out for the Bruce Willis film "The Surrogates," based on the Top Shelf graphic novel about people live through android avatars called "surrogates" that look identical to human beings, and simulate the experience of living for their users, who never have to leave their homes. Everyone is beautiful, anyone can do -- or be -- anything, and no one can get hurt. At leas

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