got here fast and is an awsome indie comic for those of you who like ww2 era and graphic novelsPublished 2 months ago by district 12tribute
Although not graphic, it got sexually gross with Truman which is why I lowered it a star from four. Probably as interesting as the first volume otherwise.Published 13 months ago by Gregor Waltz
I love how the author mixed science with fiction. This story comes from a mind with a wonderful imagination and I am enjoying the journey.
I recommend this .
Hint: if at all confused about the characters, skip to the back. The last two pages summarize the cast. The way my deliveries went, I ended up reading Vol 2 first. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Robert C. Gorby
Another great effort by the team of Hickman and Pitarra. Cleverly conceived, beautifully rendered, and artfully delivered. MP is the best book out there today.Published 20 months ago by Pen Name
This book is weird. There is no other way to describe it. It is also very fun to read and makes me laugh at the content. Well worth taking the time to enjoy. Dig in!Published 20 months ago by shawn sisson
This book is showing a strong second wind. I originally read it because I enjoy Hickman's work and I loved the art. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Kevin P. Gibbs
Though a bit technical a times, Hickman's writing is humorous and makes "The Manhattan Projects" one of the best comic series in recent memory.Published 21 months ago by Tristan Myers