Released on Netflix this Friday, Altered Carbon is a series for those of a sci-fi bent. Set 300 years into the future, it sees the richest man in the world download the consciousness of a dead military mogul, Takeshi Kovacs, as a means to fight for justice for an attempted murder. Following Kovacs’s Austin Powers-style defrost and reboot, he sets about work, while making sense of the space-age society of warriors and enjoying the occasional...
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