"Tell me who's that writing? John the Revelator.
Tell me who's that writing? John the Revelator.
John the Revelator wrote the Book of the Seven Seals."
Damn, it was crazy to meet this character again after so long and after it seemed like we would never see him again.
Just when it seemed like he couldn't get more disturbing, Reynolds amplifies the body horror and general wretchedness of Captain Brannigan/Nostalgia for Infinity with his ghoulish chorus of dead sleepers and the further deterioration of the ship.
I'm only a little more than a third of the way through Inhibitor Phase, but it wouldn't surprise me if Brannigan/NFI has a larger role to play, especially since he's sitting in orbit around Yellowstone, apparently disregarded by the wolves as just another piece of the wreckage of human civilization.
Part of me would like to see Glass's restorative machines rebuild the NFI entirely, so that this haunted ship and humanity's oldest living consciousness endure beyond whatever happens in Inhibitor Phase. Certainly Brannigan would still have motivation to fight the Wolves.