Review: Numbercruncher #3

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Bastard Zane is hot on the Mathematician’s heels, as the reincarnating schemer dives back through time and lifetimes to be with the woman he loves, again and again, across a hundred different incarnations! 

The Divine Calculator wants the Mathematician’s mind under his contract, and Zane wants his freedom from the fulfilment of the same… so it’s time to warm up his maths-driven accident gun – and kill the bloody genius as many bloody times as he can bloody reincarnate!

But when you’re dealing with a dead man as smart as this one, things are never going to go smoothly!

Usually you find yourself rooting for the underdog, and against the ‘system’. Not here, the underdog is making life a merry hell for Bastard Zane, and we all want to see it resolved. Travelling through time and shooting his accident gun all over the place.

The combination of the excellent writing and the art makes this a brilliant read, and something you wouldn’t expect. We’re close to the end here, and I have no idea on how this is all going to work out!

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