San Diego Comic-Con 2011: H+ Surfs Us to Our Doom
The first details of "H+: The Digital Series" were revealed during their panel at Comic-Con this past Thursday along with a trailer. Check it all out below.
"H+" explores an apocalyptic future where one third of the world's population is implanted with a computer system called H+ that connects a person's mind and nervous system to the internet 24/7, which isn't very far-fetched given our current always-connected culture. Of course, internet surfing can be dangerous, and before long a virus appears that kills off a big part of the population. "H+" follows the aftermath.
The project is produced by Bryan Singer (X-Men, Battlestar Gallactica) in association with Bad Hat Harry Productions ("House"). The web series is written by John Cabrera ("Gilmore Girls") and Cosimo de Tommaso and is to be directed by Stewart Hendler (Sorority Row). Look for it on the web this fall.
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