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    Sean Gibson

    Sep 29, 2017

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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

    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 substance in my life of late (though I could certainly use a beverage at the moment), and I’d like to blame climate change, but it would be insensitive to do that under the circumstances (to toe the Scott Pruitt line).

    Nonetheless, the decision was made, and I’m delighted to report that it was a wise one. Perhaps Hickman’s creator-owned work leverages his scientifically inclined mind in a way that his Marvel work doesn’t (enough with the physics, man; just let Thor hit something with a hammer), or perhaps he just needed a different (and weirder) canvas to work with.

    Whatever the reason, I got a frisson of the same joy I felt when I discovered Preacher way back when, a sense of epic wonder amidst perplexity and perversion. I’m not saying MP is the second coming of Preacher, mind you (pun intended)—just that the first volume evoked similar feelings (and, with 100% less doomcock).

    Unquestionably worth a read if you’re looking for something a little different that mixes alternate history, sci-fi, and aliens. I’m looking forward to volume two…
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    Jeffrey Keeten

    Apr 19, 2014

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    ”The universe asked a question. I simply answered it.

    Who could have predicted the HELL that followed?”

    Albert Einstein

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    I know we think this is the real Einstein, but is he?

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    Albrecht Einstein, a bit more unstable than the facsimile above. He drinks. He is more paranoid.

    ”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

    Who could have predicted the HELL that followed?”

    Albert Einstein


     photo albertEinstein_zps3fefb766.jpg

    I know we think this is the real Einstein, but is he?


     photo AlbrechtEinstein_zps7bc6f37d.jpg

    Albrecht Einstein, a bit more unstable than the facsimile above. He drinks. He is more paranoid.

    ”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 burden of always being right.”

    Richard Feynman


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    Richard Feynman in his regular office. He had another office. ”At Caltech, [Feynman] used a nude/topless bar as an office away from his usual office, making sketches or writing physics equations on paper placemats. When the county officials tried to close the place, all visitors except Feynman refused to testify in favor of the bar, fearing that their families or patrons would learn about their visits. Only Feynman accepted, and in court, he affirmed that the bar was a public need, stating that craftsmen, technicians, engineers, common workers “and a physics professor” frequented the establishment. While the bar lost the court case, it was allowed to remain open as a similar case was pending appeal.”


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    The more perfect Feynman but pre-nude/topeless bar patron.

    ”The bomb made us reckless. It made us arrogant. It made us stop believing in the possibility that anything could be done.

    Instead we knew it.”

    The Recorded Feynman


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    “Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.” I know we have been lead to believe this is Julius Robert Oppenheimer, but it is not.”


     photo OppenheimerMP_zps107c73dd.jpg

    Will the real Oppenheimer step forward! Joseph Oppenheimer is Robert’s twin brother, his evil twin brother. Dementia on a whole new scale.


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    Like you I always believed this was the man that was elected President four times and wartime leader during WW2.


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    Actually it was this slightly modified AI version.


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    Oh and there are ALIENS too. Open the gateway!

    So basically what I’m revealing to the GR universe today is that everything you know about history is wrong and the only way you are going to get it right is to read this graphic novel. Just know that once you know it, you can’t unknow it.


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    Kemper

    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

    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 constantly trying to take out the other’s capabilities so any given day might find the Japanese landing a Red Tori teleportation gate powered by Zen Death Buddhists in the MP’s headquarters and then sending a bunch of Honda Kamikaze Killing Machine robots through to do as much damage as possible.

    In the face of threats like this, fanatical General Groves feels justified in extreme methods, and he’s not choosy who he’ll have work for him like Dr. Robert Oppenheimer. What Groves doesn’t know is that Oppenheimer was actually just killed and eaten by his psychotic twin brother who has stolen his identity. Or that Albert Einstein has more than a few secrets surrounding a mysterious monolith he’s built. Or that Werner von Braun and his robot arm are so obsessed with getting humanity to the stars that he’ll work with and/or betray Nazis or Americans with a equal enthusiasm.

    So if you want to finally learn the truth about these men and many others that your history teachers never told you, check out The Manhattan Projects.
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