Like its namesake, the story takes its time to grow, roots connecting with other character acts and developments, on the way to a singular connective endpoint. In short: Trees is series of microcosms based around a character reacting to the wake of gigantic tree-esque organisms that have infested the earth. Governments collapsed, new ones took form, cities were largely destroyed or became husks. There is no counting to what happened to every tree-site yet, but so far the negatives outweigh the positives for humanity.
The world has been taken over by monolithic tree-like structures that in their wake have destroyed large sections of the earth simply by impact or by their “natural” corrosive emissions. Civilisation within that destruction has become a diversified and more liberal state, human beings living on the fringes of sexuality, society, sanity and life itself.
After our summer hiatus, the Big Glasgow Comic show returns this Monday in time for all your daily commute listening needs. Your hosts: Kirsteen Fraser, Emma Kathryn and Mario Fascione will be discussing the latest releases such as the Wicked & Divine #3, Genius #3 and Hellraiser Bestiary #1 as well as taking a look at Image’s Fatale: Death Chases me.