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Episode Studies by Clayton Barr

The Matrix: I Kant The Matrix
"I Kant"
The Matrix Comics
Vol. 2
Written and Illustrated by Kaare Andrews
3D models/compositing by Ron Turner
Color design by Dave McCaig
Letters by Comicraft


Kid returns to the Matrix.


Notes from the Matrix chronology


This story takes place shortly after the events of The Matrix Revolutions.


Didja Know?


This story originally appeared in The Matrix Comics Vol. 2.


The title of this story is a play on Kid's dialog in this story about jumping across two buildings, "I can't," and the name of Immanuel Kant (1724-1804), a German philosopher who posited that reality is shaped only by one's own views and sensibilities. 


Characters appearing or mentioned in this story




Agents (in simulation only)

Neo (mentioned and in simulation only)

Seraph (in simulation only)

Trinity (in simulation only)

The Twins (in simulation only)




Didja Notice?


On page 3 of the story, Kid remarks to Morpheus that he was able to survive a fall from a 10-story building when he self-substantiated from the Matrix. This occurred in "Kid’s Story".


On page 5 of the story, the Neo simulation gives Kid a skateboard to use during his test. Kid was seen to be quite proficient on a skateboard during his life inside the Matrix in "Kid’s Story".


The Neo simulation is armed with a pair of MAC-10 machine guns.


In the simulation, the Twins are seen driving a military Humvee.


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