Binary the graphic novel is based on Christopher Hinz's novel, Liege-Killer, which won the Compton Crook Award in 1988, and has garnered a cult following.

Liege-Killer is part of a trilogy, which includes Ash Ock and The Paratwa. In Liege-Killer, human experimentation on human embryos in the near future produced a new species: the Paratwa, a single consciousness occupying telepathically linked bodies. The Paratwa are highly skilled warriors but look like normal people and are not necessarily identical twins, and can even be a pair of male and female. The books follow the activities of humans and Paratwa as these old enemies are reunited more than a century after the earth's apocalypse during which humans had thought the Paratwa race had become extinct.


Written by

Chris Hinz

Art by

Jon Proctor

Cover by

Stephan Martiniere

Lettered by


Edited by

Marie Javins Stuart Moore

Published by

Etan Ilfeld


Action/Adventure Graphic Novels Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction

About Book

Page Count

133 Pages

Digital Release Date

June 12 2013

Age Rating

17+ Only

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