William Gibson’s Archangel Is a Story That Demanded to Be a Comic

William Gibson is a living legend of science fiction, credited with coining the phrase “cyberspace,” bringing cyberpunk into the mainstream, as codifying elements of early internet culture that went on to become mainstream (well, not so much the cyborg dolphins…). It’s thus no surprise that every new book from Gibson feels like an event—none more so than his latest work, Archangel, his first ever comic book, which will be released in a collected in a complete hardcover edition next month.