Anti-Aging Expert Dr. Ed Park Releases Full-Color Graphic Novel Maximum
In the year 2128, a scientist schemes to re-engineer humanity and escape his own impending death.
Can his son stop his father’s quest to recreate man in His own image. Art imitates life in Dr. Ed
Park’s newly released Maximum Lifespan. In this fast-paced graphic novel, people live over 160
years due to the invention of a substance that activates telomerase.
Santa Ana, CA, April 29, 2010 --(PR.com)-- In real life, the discovery of telomerase, the DNA repair
enzyme for all plants and animals, was awarded the 2009 Nobel Prize in Medicine. What's more, since
2007, Dr. Park himself has been taking the world's first telomerase activator, TA-65, which has brought
about real life rejuvenation for him and hundreds of others.
Dr. Park's protagonist in Maximum Lifespan, the troubled William Garrett, is lured to his father's
deathbed by the promise of reuniting with an abusive mother whom he hasn't seen since childhood. He is
shocked to learn that his parents faked her death to keep their sons from discovering their unspeakably
bizarre origins. Now, William must decide whether to risk his own life by trying to resurrect his father,
who was on the brink of realizing his lifelong dream of TRANSHUMANISM, the downloading of
consciousness to freshly cloned bodies, just before he was frozen into suspended animation.
Maximum Lifespan, which reads more like a sci-fi movie than a typical comic book, explores the ethics
of genetic re-engineering and cloning lobotomized humans for replacement parts. After all, biosynthetic
organs will be needed to replace the original ones that fail after the first hundred years of life.
Virtual pleasures. Unthinkable experiments. Immortality. As the trailer
http://www.maximumlifespancomic.com/story asks, “What if you held the secret of life? What if you
could stop your own death? What if others held the life force that could save you?” In short, how far
would you go for your maximum lifespan?
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