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| StartYear = 1997
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| Creators = Jamie Delano; Frank Quitely
 
| Creators = Jamie Delano; Frank Quitely
 
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| History = '''''2020 Visions''''' (sometimes called '''''20/20 Visions''''') is a science-fiction comic book written by [[Jamie Delano]] and drawn by four artists. Originally serialized as a twelve-issue full-color [[limited series]] from 1997 to 1998 at the [[Vertigo]] imprint of [[DC Comics]], it was later collected as a black-and-white trade paperback in a 2004 hardcover from Cyberosia Publishing (ISBN 0-9742713-4-9) and a 2005 softcover from Speakeasy Comics (ISBN 0-9737039-9-7).
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The series was four different stories of three issues each, each having its own artist, and each blending a different genre with prospective science-fiction:
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Taking all place in the future world of the year 2020, the four stories were loosely connected by a genetic relationship between the main protagonist of each tale.
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''Publishers Weekly'' described the story as "William Burroughs-influenced squalor and grotesquerie [...] There are plenty of clever ideas here."
   
 
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*[[2020 Visions 1|2020 Visions #1]]
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*[[2020 Visions Vol 1 1|2020 Visions #1]]
*[[2020 Visions 2|2020 Visions #2]]
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*[[2020 Visions Vol 1 2|2020 Visions #2]]
*[[2020 Visions 3|2020 Visions #3]]
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*[[2020 Visions Vol 1 3|2020 Visions #3]]
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*[[2020 Visions Vol 1 5|2020 Visions #5]]
*[[2020 Visions 6|2020 Visions #6]]
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*[[2020 Visions Vol 1 6|2020 Visions #6]]
*[[2020 Visions 7|2020 Visions #7]]
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*[[2020 Visions Vol 1 7|2020 Visions #7]]
*[[2020 Visions 8|2020 Visions #8]]
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*[[2020 Visions Vol 1 8|2020 Visions #8]]
*[[2020 Visions 9|2020 Visions #9]]
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*[[2020 Visions Vol 1 9|2020 Visions #9]]
*[[2020 Visions 10|2020 Visions #10]]
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*[[2020 Visions Vol 1 10|2020 Visions #10]]
*[[2020 Visions 11|2020 Visions #11]]
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*[[2020 Visions Vol 1 11|2020 Visions #11]]
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2020 Visions (Volume 1)

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2020 Visions (sometimes called 20/20 Visions) is a science-fiction comic book written by Jamie Delano and drawn by four artists. Originally serialized as a twelve-issue full-color limited series from 1997 to 1998 at the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics, it was later collected as a black-and-white trade paperback in a 2004 hardcover from Cyberosia Publishing (ISBN 0-9742713-4-9) and a 2005 softcover from Speakeasy Comics (ISBN 0-9737039-9-7).

The series was four different stories of three issues each, each having its own artist, and each blending a different genre with prospective science-fiction:

Taking all place in the future world of the year 2020, the four stories were loosely connected by a genetic relationship between the main protagonist of each tale.

Publishers Weekly described the story as "William Burroughs-influenced squalor and grotesquerie [...] There are plenty of clever ideas here."

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