Black Science : Welcome, Nowhere Volume 2 Paperback
"Readers and comics fans who prefer their sci-fi full of weird creatures, complicated world building, lots of action, and protagonists with heart will find plenty to like in this series.
Hand to fans of Brian K. Vaughan's Saga (2012) or Jonathan Hickman's Manhattan Projects (2012)." (Booklist).
In this second volume of the hit series, the Anarchist League of Scientists dives further into the Onion construct of reality than ever before, jumping wildly through worlds of wonder, fantastic beauty, and cosmic horrors.
Beset on dangers from without and within, the team must learn to be a family if they're ever to survive and find their way home again.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 128 pages, illustrations
- Publisher: Image Comics
- Publication Date: 10/02/2015
- Category: Science fiction
- ISBN: 9781632150189
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Review by ragwaine
Got a little confused around the middle of this one but then started to remember what was happening. Again it was one long chase scene but what a wonderful chase. The art is amazing in concept and execution. In true Remender style there was an ongoing interior dialogue. Unfortunately sometimes I wasn't sure who was talking.I also don't like the infinite versions of a person thing. It's kinda like time travel and I hate time travel in fiction. It can be used as a cheap plot device and can be really confusing. He doesn't seem to be totally abusing it here so I hope he keeps it that way.