The Last QuestionOriginally Posted by Isaac Asimov
Good story & its one i've never come across before. Thanks for that
Good stuff! I'm a big fan of Asimov, and I never read that before either. Thanks!
Funny, it's not the first Asimov story I've read with a computer named Multivac, I think.
The other story featuring Multivac, if I remember the name of that computer correctly, had been turned into a comic, along with a few other short stories by the man. Now I have to go home and try to find the comics.
Oh yeah, and I don't think I'd read this one, so thanks.
Like the others I'm a big fan of his and I've read quite a lot of what he's written, so I'm a bit surprised that the only other story of his featuring Multivac I'd read was "All the Troubles of the World".
He did write a lot tho', published about 1000 words for every day of his adult life, I think. Therefore I suppose it's not that amazing that I'd managed to miss or forget Multivacs other appearances.
1000 words a day? Incredible effort. I guess once it became routine though, writing that much would be like 'just another day at the office', so to speak.
There are Asimov comics? I had no idea such a thing existed.
Damn. Now I'm curious to see what they're like compared to the novels.
What the characters look like on the page versus what they're like in my imagination, how the artist managed to fit an Asimov tale into comic panels and so forth.
I wonder if I can find any scans online...
If I can find the mag(s), I'll have a look at who the artist was.
Found This btw, but it's not what I've read before.
Last edited by Snee; 02-07-2006 at 07:49 PM.
Interesting style. Very sixties look to the comic art, but I can't understand a word of the story. Should've paid more attention in french class I suppose.
I managed to find a version of I, Robot in comic form on eMule, but it's in spanish - so that's no better.
Aren't there any english language Asimov comics? If not, there's a gaping huge hole in the market.