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By Jackson Lanzing Collin Kelly Alyssa Milano Marcus To Ian Herring | Comments: ( 170 ) | Date: ( May 30, 2020 )

A fast paced, ripped from the headlines tech thriller from the mind of Alyssa Milano, with artist Marcus To and writers Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly Hacktivist is a fast paced cyber thriller about friendship and freedom in a time of war The world knows Ed Hiccox and Nate Graft as the young, brilliant co founders of YourLife, a social networking company that has changeA fast paced, ripped from the headlines tech thriller from the mind of Alyssa Milano, with artist Marcus To and writers Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly Hacktivist is a fast paced cyber thriller about friendship and freedom in a time of war The world knows Ed Hiccox and Nate Graft as the young, brilliant co founders of YourLife, a social networking company that has changed the way the world connects with each other The world knows sve_Urs3lf as the largest white hat hacking group on the planet, exposing information and sparking revolutions across the globe What the world doesn t know is that this is a lie Ed Hiccox and Nate Graft are sve_Urs3lf When their operation is discovered by the US Government, and their company is taken over by military contracts and CIA, Ed and Nate must face the real world beyond the code and choose between friendship and what they believe to be right.Collecting Hacktivist 1 4


  • Title: Hacktivist
  • Author: Jackson Lanzing Collin Kelly Alyssa Milano Marcus To Ian Herring
  • ISBN: 9781608864096
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Hardcover

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Comments Hacktivist

  • M. Ashraf

    The story started and ended in a very interesting fashion but the middle one wasn't that good :/ The artwork was the simple, the dialogue was O.K, it dealt mostly was the story, freedom, revolution, Arab spring and Tunisia mostly :) the important role of networks to connect people to the same cause, the message and the role of governments/US in opposing all of that.The story end in some kind of a win but talking from experience :) that doesn't happen :/ winning a battle is not the same as winnin [...]


  • Keith Irwin

    This comic was well written with good dialog and pacing. I liked the art very much. And on the whole they made some very interesting choices in covering interesting subject matter.But I do have to say that it seemed odd to make the hacktivists also be Silicon Valley CEOs. This isn't what hackers tend to actually be like. Facebook had an actual role in the Tunisian civil war which was that it was a platform of communication for protestors and when the Tunisian government began to use it to spy on [...]


  • David Thomas

    Somewhat cringey at times, but ultimately not terrrible


  • Tracey Sinclair

    Fairly slight and occasionally simplistic, but an enjoyable read.


  • Jan Argasiński

    Odpadłem. Przepraszam. Kompletnie mnie nie wciągnęło.


  • Renato

    Nice story. I liked the pace and all computer science references regardless of some problems in the plot.


  • Adan

    Fiction and reality blur in Alyssa Milano's graphic novel debut.Two Californian IT gurus reap fame and money after creating an advanced social media website while secretly supporting hacktivists around the world. However, things take a turn for the worse when the US government blackmails them into engineering a revolution in North Africa.Finally, a graphic novel about the role of internet technology in revolution. I applaud Alyssa Milano for her story because it makes me wonder what other storie [...]


  • Marcelo Sanchez

    Este comic podría parecer de ciencia ficción, pero usa tecnología contemporanea, algo que aprecio bastante en una historia con tecnología aplicada a situaciones actuales. Aún así, es un poco exagerada, particularmente en los tiempos de desarrollo. (view spoiler)[Especialmente en el capitulo final donde hacen una serie de ataques globales en un espacio de tres minutos. La sola carga de los archivos ya habría tomado más tiempo que ese. (hide spoiler)]Una historia corta de unas cientoveinte [...]


  • Miss

    this made me move alif the unseen higher up on my to read list because i would be very interested in a more involved take on the same conceptby day ed hiccox and nate graft are the founders of yourlife, a fictional decentralized facebook. by night they're the hacker collective e_Urs3lf. set during the tunisian revolution, this is a short volume that follows ed and nate when the us government approaches them to hire them as consultants and they split over what they think their duties are as ethic [...]


  • Marcello Lins

    Hacktivist is one short story (around 120 pages), composed by only four issues, so you can easily read it in one shot straight.The story evolves around a "Facebook-clone" called Yourlife, it's relation with the Arab conflicts and the importance of Black-hats into those conflicts.The story is current, where the reader can find references to stuff like "Facebook", "Youtube", "Reddit", "4Chan" and much more while reading this comic.On the overall the art is very cool, with a good choice of colors.T [...]


  • Christopher Mclean

    Add Hackivist to the list of books which start with a great idea but don't manage to execute on it. I love the idea of larger than life tech billionaires by day, hacktivist by night, almost like a modern day Bruce Wayne on a world-wide scale. Unfortunately the story doesn't really deliver, it's rushed and simplified to a level that doesn't do justice to the complex topic's around political uprisings. The characters and dialogue both suffer similarly, there it nothing particularly wrong with them [...]


  • Chris

    Hacktivist was entirely too short. It started later in the story than I think it should have, and it ended before it really got interesting, in my opinion. I liked what was here, but I didn't get to really know the characters in the 4 issue story. I really liked the artwork and the premise. The writing was ok, but probably because of the length and lack of backstory, it seemed a little weak. I just didn't feel their motivations (except of course the actual Tunisians). So I think if this story wa [...]


  • MC Bonet

    I found this graphic novel very interesting. It provided a view into the lives of hackers and their roles in rebellions. (Not to say all hackers are making rebellions happen around the world.) I found fault in that it was predictable. Two friends that become successful, then split over different ideas, a rebellion in an Arabic speaking country and government involvement. Let's see what happens next.


  • Fredrik

    Making a graphic novel about using social media and the powers of the internet to subvert authority and fight opression is a worthy cause, but it kind of stops there. It's a noble effort, but it's a very light treatment of complex issues. Seems like more of an awareness-raising piece than a story in its own right.


  • Jacob

    Public library copy. Milano was a childhood crush of mine, I'm uncertain of her role her in terms of world biilding, characters, plotting, or conflict. She's simply labeled as a creator but others handled the scripting and drawing to bring the story to life. This effort, while a nice attempt, wasn't my cup of tea.


  • Albert Yates

    a pretty good reading story. it was a complicated issue about technology, revolution, government and social networks. it doesn't much of the time taking about Tunisia and a revolution there. the world's largest social network is a front for a pair of hackers who just want to save the world. naturally the government gets involved and screwed it all up.


  • Sean

    Add equal parts politics and computer programming and sadly you get a book I just couldn't get into. While the real life parallels were clear I never could accept that this is a real scenario. I thought the book lacked exposition at times and the dialogue fell flat. The art good and clean. Overall, this wasn't a book I could relate to in any way.


  • Raelene

    What do you say about a short graphic novel that took a week to read? Not much.The artwork and lettering was good but the storyline was lackluster. It was an intriguing concept but not much more than that.


  • Ben Nash

    The name pulled me in from the start. The art even more. By the time I got to the end, though, the story and characters ended up being kinda generic.I'll probably read a bit more since I have a few more issues that came with the bundle. Hopefully it gets better.


  • BrianFitzgerald

    Technically and politically astute, well drawn, it was far too short to do its subject justice, but the world needs more stories like this.


  • Jason Arnett

    I really liked this book but it felt rushed to me. I think it needed more pages to develop the characters a bit.


  • Kathrin

    I am not a comic book person, but I did enjoy reading this one, because the storyline was rooted in a social justice theme. I also found the art work pleasing.


  • Kurt Lorenz

    Fantastic writing and art.


  • Lea Ann

    I can't believe I liked this. The writing is dicey, but it is entertaining in a big, loud, popcorn summer blockbuster kind of way.


  • Patti

    This is one of the best graphic novels I have read so far. I was totally in the story the entire time I was reading it.Highly recommended!


  • Hisham El-far

    This is a rapid-paced thriller that is hugely relevant in todays social media saturated political landscape. This is also a tale of conscience vs action.Political and gripping as all hell!


  • TJ

    Ok first things first, yet that Alysa Milano did suggest the idea but the story's d the drawing are pretty cool. Worth a read


  • Batliza

    todavía estoy llorando por su culpa.


  • J.

    This isn't terrible, but it doesn't really stand out from the pack. The title pretty much tells you what you're in for: hacker/activist. And that's pretty much all you get.


  • Lady Entropy

    It was a good, interesting read, although it leaves a bit in the air in regards to the ending. Still, it was enjoyable, and a take on "hackers" that wasn't romanticized by hollywood.


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