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Historically, reading a Jonathan Hickman-penned funnybook has elicited one of two reactions from me:
1) A yawn of such impressive size and duration that it very nearly necessitates the installation of and/or evolution toward a flip-top head; or
2) An expression akin to Joey Tribbiani’s patented “smell the fart” acting style
I’m not entirely sure, then, what prompted me to pick up the first volume of Manhattan Projects. I’d like to blame alcohol, but there’s been a paucity of that mind-altering su
”The universe asked a question. I simply answered it.
Who could have predicted the HELL that followed?”
”I apologize if I’m exceedingly formal, but I find it a necessary coping mechanism. You see, I suffer from an embarrassingly mundane affliction that, when unaddressed, results in a shameful lack of manners.
I am cursed with the burde
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If you’re one of the sheep that just believe the ‘official’ history, then you think that the Manhattan Project was America’s top secret operation to build the first atomic bomb during World War 2. However, if you read these comics then you’ll know the real story.
Actually the a-bomb was just the beginning. The Manhattan Projects were led by General Leslie Groves who gathered the US’s top scientist to come up with advanced weapons and tools to counter what the enemy was doing. Both sides were cons