Thirty years ago, in a humanitarian movement, capital punishment was abolished. However, as an unintended consequence, the prison population slowly increased over the following decade, becoming a drain on society. Coinciding with a dip in the economy and threatening to push it into a depression, officials were under a lot of scrutiny until a private prison company by the name of “Cathion” invented a drug to shrink prisoners to a more manageable size and penitentiaries to accommodate them. However, when the general public couldn’t care less for the well-being of prisoners and even the government has turned a blind eye, who ensures the rights of the condemned?
|Set to release on February 01, 2017|
|15 pages + cover|
|Story by Zane of Bane|
|Artwork by SednaStudio-Forst|
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