O Human Star

O Human Star has been one of the webcomics I read page by page as they come out for years. The current chapter has delivered poignant moments and laid bare the conflicts and character motivations that were driving the story. It’s a truly wonderful comic and I’m surprised it hasn’t gained a wider readership.
O Human Star has been one of the webcomics I read page by page as they come out for years. The current chapter has delivered poignant moments and laid bare the conflicts and character motivations that were driving the story. It’s a truly wonderful comic and I’m surprised it hasn’t gained a wider readership.

 

 

 

Alastair Sterling was the inventor who sparked the robot revolution. And because of his sudden death, he didn’t see any of it.
That is, until he wakes up 16 years later in a robot body that matches his old one exactly. Until he steps outside and finds a world utterly unlike the one he left behind – a world where robots live alongside their human neighbors and coexist in their cities. A world he helped create.
Now Al must track down his old partner Brendan to find out who is responsible for Al’s unexpected resurrection, but their reunion raises even more questions.
Like who the robot living with Brendan is. And why she looks like Al. And how much of the past should stay in the past…

 

What kind of comic is this?

I call O Human Star a science fiction family drama. It features a cast of queer-identified characters and it’s got a healthy dose of romance in it, too.

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