With notes, references and a bibliography, the book provides an unusual but intelligent introduction to some of the most famous figures in physics. --Physics World
It humanizes science in a badly needed way, it inspires. --The Comics Journal
[W]onderfully offbeat and human. This collection illustrates some of science history's more offbeat sides... --Factsheet Five
All of Jim Ottaviani's books have been nominated for multiple awards, including Eisners & ALA Popular Paperback of the Year, and they also receive critical praise in publications ranging from The Comics Journal to Physics World to Entertainment Weekly to Discover Magazine, and get national broadcast attention in outlets such as NPR's Morning Edition and the CBS Morning Show.
Being a science geek, I'm naturally interested in this subject matter. I was a *bit* disappointed in this book because the material is presented in a pretty dry fashion. Read morePublished 2 days ago by T. Hickman
exactlamente stupendoso for real insight to great pioneers....Published 3 months ago by 80th aero squadron
My 15 year old science geek son loved this book. I'm getting him to read more books by getting him excited with graphic novels about science.Published on January 21, 2013 by Gayle K. Bodine