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it was amazing
A comic about alien invasion with political turns and twists! A great combo that always interests me!
Blades is a newly elected president. The last president not only left the country into poor state of economy, health care and engaged in unnecessary wars with two countries. He also left Blades a letter telling him the reason behind all the mess he created. The reason he mentioned was hard to digest.
He didn’t believe that their planet is under threat of an alien invasion unti
President Obama vs. the Gigantic Alien Gun
[Though the book does not officially feature Barack Obama and George W. Bush, there can be no doubt that two of its main characters are thinly veiled versions of the two, and in this review I will thus for simplicity’s sake refer to them as Obama and Bush.]
On the eve of his inauguration, Barack Obama, the 44th president of the United States, receives from his predecessor, George W. Bush, the so-called Letter 44:
“Welcome to the job, son… I know you don’t
Three and a half stars.
WARNING! BIG TIME SPOILERS ABOUND!
How scary can an alien be if you can figure out the cubic space he takes up with a math formula?
Take the formula for figuring out the volume of a cone – then take the formula for figuring out a sphere – take half the volume for the sphere and add it to your solution for the cone and you have your big scary alien. Oooh, Geometry gone wild, run for your lives. It’s a polygon! Hah!
Then: Laser beams! Ouch! Exploding stuff! Ouch! Death ray! Ouc