Review – The Manhattan Projects: The Sun Beyond the Stars #3

If you’re depending on a lying robot not to get you into trouble with an intergalactic criminal science organization called the Library, then always bet on Black. The greatest FEEL GOOD, BAD SCIENCE book in the long history of man returns in THE MANHATTAN PROJECTS: THE SUN BEYOND THE STARS.

 

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This series continuing on in space is excellent, also the addition of some equally mad character each issue  seems to show no sign of slowing! We get introduced to some seriously weird librarians, and this seems to add to the woes of our team! In addition to that, the banter between them all is excellent, with a right mix of humour, science and action. I really enjoy the art too – letting you concentrate on the story and the important parts!

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