This is a title I will be adding to my monthly pull list.
In a way our protagonist should be a viewed as a jerk, but you keep rooting for him. The style of the way this is written and the set up works so well that you just keep turning the pages (or swiping in my case!)
The story deals with the moral dilemmas of working on weapons of mass destruction – and how, when you decide not to do this you get out.
In Iron Man, tony stark did this in about 2 panels, but he has his own company and can do that – but what if you’re just a scientist? We know who we’re rooting for here and we’ve got a good idea that it’s going through, but we can’t help turning to watch it happen.
The art has some excellent scenes – see below which add to the humour of the title and increase the enjoyment!
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