SUMMARY: In the near future, several young people across the globe develop the ability to literally bring their imaginations to life through their drawings. This power, fueled by raw adolescent emotion can be awe inspiring or massively destructive and dangerous, depending on who wields it. Feared by the world and hunted by the B.C.E. (The Bureau of Creative Enforcement), The Creators fight to understand their abilities and carve out their place in the world.
"Bracco's writing in The Creators is well done, dense but easy to read, but the art is where the book really shines...Creativity drips from each panel...and you're excited to see what will show up next. It's punctuated by "down to earth" images of real people, providing an emotional base for the plot. The colors are cool, a lot of grays and blacks but the things that need to stand out - the monsters and the blood - are colored violent reddish hues. The juxtaposition works fantastically and makes each panel pop."