negativechill-exe:

Back in 1989, Neuromancer received a very intriguing adaptation by way of a 48 page graphic novel published by Marvel’s Epic Comics imprint. It covers only the first two chapters and following volumes were cancelled though it received rave reviews from both fans and critics. Gibson was very impressed with this and felt that it remained very faithful to his book and retained the the vivid imagery perfectly.
The book is now considered fairly rare as it has been out of print for almost 24 years.
Download it here

negativechill-exe:

Back in 1989, Neuromancer received a very intriguing adaptation by way of a 48 page graphic novel published by Marvel’s Epic Comics imprint. It covers only the first two chapters and following volumes were cancelled though it received rave reviews from both fans and critics. Gibson was very impressed with this and felt that it remained very faithful to his book and retained the the vivid imagery perfectly.

The book is now considered fairly rare as it has been out of print for almost 24 years.

Download it here

"Una foresta di neon, la pioggia che sfrigolava sul marciapiede arroventato. L’odore del cibo che friggeva. Le mani di una ragazza rinserrate dietro il fondo della sua schiena, nell’oscurità torpida di una bara sul lato del porto. Ma tutto ciò si allontanava, come si allontana il panorama di una città: una città come Chiba, come i dati allineati della Tessier-Ashpool S.A., come le strade e gli incroci inscritti sulla faccia di un microchip, il disegno creato dalle macchie di sudore su una sciarpa piegata e annodata…"

Neuromancer

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it doesn’t even matter what he writes about

dudewatscience:

William Gibson is the fucking god of going into detail and making you understand exactly the scenario he is presenting you with. guy could write cookbooks for all I care, he’d still be a hero to me

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si-jones:

Favorite Neuromancer excerpts 

si-jones:

Favorite Neuromancer excerpts 

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signalrun:

Neuromancer, leather bound cover. (Taken with instagram)

signalrun:

Neuromancer, leather bound cover. (Taken with instagram)

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"She missed it by a fraction. She nearly cut it, but not quite. She went in just right, Case thought. The right attitude; it was something he could sense, something he could have have seen in the posture of another cowboy leaning into a deck, fingers flying across the board. She had it; the thing, the moves, and the she pull it all together for her entrance, pulled it together around the pain of in her leg and marched down 3Jane’s stairs like she owned the place, elbow of her gun arm at her hip, forearm up, wrist relaxed, swaying the muzzle of the fletcher with the studied nonchalance of a Regency duelist. It was a performance. It was like the culmination of a life-time’s observation of martial art tapes, cheap ones, for a few second, he knew, she was every bad-ass hero, Sonny Mao in the old Shaw videos, Mickey Chiba, the whole lineage to lee and Eastwood. She was walking it the way she talked it."

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monadologie:

Street Samurai by *genesischant
So basically, I read Neuromancer when I was about sixteen. The consequence of this is that I immediately began dressing in all black and wearing mirrored sunglasses all the time. I also started drinking my coffee black, not because it tasted good (it didn’t), but because MOLLY DRANK BLACK COFFEE OMG and therefore I had to as well.
I never even attempted to visually recreate Molly’s nails, though, because I played guitar so I couldn’t have long and/or fake nails. I had fake nails for prom in 11th grade and I ripped them off the next day.

This is beautiful

monadologie:

Street Samurai by *genesischant

So basically, I read Neuromancer when I was about sixteen. The consequence of this is that I immediately began dressing in all black and wearing mirrored sunglasses all the time. I also started drinking my coffee black, not because it tasted good (it didn’t), but because MOLLY DRANK BLACK COFFEE OMG and therefore I had to as well.

I never even attempted to visually recreate Molly’s nails, though, because I played guitar so I couldn’t have long and/or fake nails. I had fake nails for prom in 11th grade and I ripped them off the next day.

This is beautiful

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apolloliveonyourtv:

Neuromancer Tributeby ~Hexagon-Apparatus

apolloliveonyourtv:

Neuromancer Tributeby ~Hexagon-Apparatus

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These augmented contact lenses could give you a real-life HUD

killscreendaily:

Researchers are readying augmented contact lenses that project images before your eyes—Adam Jensen style. While potentially not as cool looking as the Deus Ex hero’s Oakley-esque implants, at least people won’t wonder why you are wearing sunglasses indoors. 

The technology could allow wearers to read floating texts and emails or augment their sight with computer-generated images, Terminator-syle.

For example, drivers could wear them to see journey directions or their vehicle’s speed projected onto the windscreen.

Similarly, the lenses could take the virtual world of video gaming to a new level.

Early tests show the device is safe and feasible, says the University of Washington in Seattle. But there are still wrinkles to iron out, like finding a good power source. Currently, their crude prototype device can only work if it is within centimetres of the wireless battery. And its microcircuitry is only enough for one light-emitting diode, reports the Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering.

Source: BBC

Image: Brian Taylor

-Jason Johnson

Where can I steal a pair of these motherfuckers?

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Street Samurai and Razor Girls

molokoplus:

I am an occupant of the Sprawl, a console cowboy who revels in neon and vice. 

The Sprawl

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