|stubbleupdate (stubbleupdate) wrote in scans_daily,|
@ 2010-12-19 11:03 pm UTC
|Entry tags:||creator: brian k. vaughan, creator: john paul leon, series: 30 days of winter, title: ex machina|
This is from the Special #4, Grassroots and introduces us to the Gardener, who's a one off character. Like Pherson before him and The White after him, Gardener for his powers indirectly from the neighbours through the Great Machine.
Hundred's launching an initiative to have windmills on top of New York buildings. This is how one of the press views him, as a foolish crusader chasing silly causes.
It doesn't help that the paper in question is the only one that hasn't adopted Hundred's plan for newsprint to be based on recycled paper, which is better for the environment, but more expensive.
The journalist in question is later murdered by a man with shears who, when in police custody, tells the officers that Hundred told him to do it. Angotti calls Hundred down where he manages to wangle an interview (and turn the cameras off
Hundred dismisses the Gardener as a nut, but can't help but shake that some of what he said was right.
*Plus, I'm going out for 8 pints and a curry tomorrow night, so I won't be able to actually post tomorrow. At least, I don't think that I will.