Cyberpunk 2077: Big City Dreams (Hardcover)
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Two scavengers veer paths in their pursuit of happiness through the streets of Night City.
Tasha and Mirek make a living for themselves stealing cyberware and indulging in parties and braindances. Tasha is rowdy and wild--she seeks to up her street cred to become the most famous gangster in the city. Mirek, on the other hand, is a calm introvert--he longs for something more--meaning, belonging, warmth. He soon finds hope in an unexpected braindance. As he and Tasha chase their dreams, their paths begin to deviate. Where will they find the happiness they've been searching for? Does it even exist to be found? One thing they can both agree on, in a place like Night City--you run, you fight, you change, or you die.
Written by Bartosz Sztybor (CD PROJEKT RED writer and narrative manager, Witcher: Fading Memories)) with art by Filipe Andrade (Old Man Logan, Rocket Raccoon & Groot) and Alessio Fioriniello (Paris Fashion Slam) comes a tale about the demanding life of Night City--where lives are lost, dreams are shattered, and hope is found in what remains.
About the Author
Bartosz Sztybor was born in the summer of 1984 in Warsaw, Poland. He is a writer of both comic books and movie scripts, a scriptwriter of TV shows and documentaries, and an author of children's books. He has written dozens of comic books and graphic novels in Poland, including the series for teens Niezła draka, Drapak! with art by Tomasz Kaczkowski; the award-winning autobiographical graphic novel Come Back to Me Again, with art by Wojciech Stefaniec, and a few works without words illustrated by Piotr Nowacki (Tainted, It's Not About That and Options). His short comics and strips have been published in almost every comic book magazine and most major newspapers in Poland. He has won many awards for his comics and his movies at various festivals all around the world (including best writer awards in Brazil, Spain and Poland). His movies have been shown, and his books published, in many other countries. He debuted in the United States in 2010 with a few short comics published in the comics publication Zombie Terror, and in 2016, he published his first story in France, Unlucky, with art by Ivan Shavrin (published in Doggybags vol. 10).