ABA on The Sacred Era

By Justin Souther
ABA blog

The Sacred Era (Yoshio Aramaki)While on the surface The Sacred Era may appear to be little more than a collection of sci-fi and fantasy tropes, the underlying ideas being played with are much deeper, diving into a philosophical, surreal world that never gets bogged down in high-mindedness.

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