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Let's All Read Excalibur #31 in the Light Of HOXPOX
 Manhattan Projects was about psychopathic alt-universe versions of famous scientists and military officials committing murder and genocide The Black Monday Murders was about secret magical cabals that manipulate the stock market and global economy for power Hickman definitely has consistent themes that swim happily in the sea of murderous fascists. Hickman's main theme in his Marvel[...]
Maxx's Super Awesome Comic Review Show – From Forever Evil To Original Sin And Saga
Happy Anniversary Turtles! Don't forget to check out our facebook page! New Comic Book Releases for the week of May 21, 2014 Books reviewed in this episode are: Image Comics: Invincible #111 Titan Comics: Ordinary #1 (of 3) DC Comics: Justice League Of America #14 DC Comics: Justice League #30 DC Comics: New 52 Future's End #3 Image Comics: Saga #19 Marvel Comics: Original Sin[...]
Sixty-One Thoughts About Sixty-One Comics – The Walking Dead, Catwoman, Mighty Avengers, Larfleeze, Bravest Warriors, Teen Titans, Elephantmen, Uncanny Avengers, Miracleman, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Superior Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, Hawkeye, Revenge, Pariah, Hacktivist, Wraith, Aquaman, Auteur, Rat Queens, Super Soldiers, Black Science, Batman/Superman, Flash, Justice League Dark, World's Finest, Regular Show, Mass Effect, Manhattan Projects, Origin II, Wolverine, Three, Superman, Umbral, Wolverine & The X-Men, Bounce, Five Weapons, Deadly Class, Sex, Satellite Sam, Chew, Artefacts, Turtles x3, Serenity, Star Wars Legacy, Tiomb Raider, Damsels, LOEG: Roses Of Berlin, X-Files Conspiracy Transformers, Star Trek, Samurai Jack, Powerpuff Girls, My Little Pony, Judge Dredd, Ghostbusters, Cryptozoic Man, Robocop and Deceivers
Still looks like a Scandinavian art/science exhibit to me. Of this evisceration in Manhattan Projects Nasty stuff all round Has your breakfast made a repeat visit to your mouth yet? If not, maybe reading this may help. Remember when Wolverine had a healing factor? Origin II #3 does, and gives us a close up view[...]
Twenty-Three Thoughts About Twenty-Three Comics – It Came, Astonishing X-Men, Black Manta, The Riddler, Mongul, Mister Freeze, The Walking Dead, Adventure Time: Candy Capers, Court Of Owls, Solomon Grundy,  Avengers, Fantastic Four, Harley Quinn, Avengers Arena, Kick Ass 3, Trigon, Sidekick, Killer Frost, Prophet, Manhattan Projects, Indestructible Hulk, Hit List And Robocop
As well as so much other strangeness…. And seriously, I reckon The Manhattan Projects is giving us a good idea of how Jonathan Hickman might see Wolverine in the future. And Mark Waid gives us a little nostalgia with some time hijinks letting us revisit a certain Maestro, the Hulk of the future, even if momentarily.   Hit List[...]
Cammy's Covers – Manhattan Projects To Trillium
Cameron Hatheway writes; The Manhattan Projects #13 by Jonathan Hickman Glad to know that several pairs of Vans checkered slip-ons were recycled into making this cover It's not entirely checkered, which makes the overall design that much more intriguing and appealing Is there a pattern, or is it all just random? If there is a method to[...]
The Manhattan Projects #13 Hits With A Splash This Week, In More Ways Than One [UPDATE]
 Any Walking Dead art collector will tell you that recent comic art sometimes does command some pretty strong prices, just to name one example. Which brings us to this week's release of The Manhattan Projects #13 by Jonathan Hickman and Nick Pitarra. The series continues to reach new fans after a year of critical acclaim, topped off by a[...]
Nineteen Thoughts About Nineteen Comics – Superman Unchained, Suicide Squad, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Walking Dead, Avenging Spider-Man, The Crow, Green Lantern Corps, Bravest Warriors, Six Gun Gorilla, Breath Of Bones, Batgirl, Supurbia, Manhattan Projects, Savage Wolverine, Wolverine, Uncanny X-Force, A1 And The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys
(Supurbia #8) The Manhattan Projects takes its fascination with body morphism further this issue There isn't a body that can't be twisted, warped, cut, pulped, disassembled, reassembled and… just not tidying up after disembowelment They should get a maid, or something. The two faces of Wolverine –  literally it seems In Savage Wolverine, the… well, savage version. [...]
Countdown to the Eisners – Best Continuing Series
The supporting cast of characters is great, and Aja's use of color and facial expressions are just plain fantastic. The Manhattan Projects, by Jonathan Hickman and Nick Pitarra (Image) Anything with 'Hickman' and 'Image' is a must-read comic Exploring the story of what happened when developing the atomic bomb, Hickman and Pitarra run wild with the[...]
Fourteen Thoughts About Fourteen Comics – Star Wars, Nowhere Men, Manhattan Projects, Peter Panzerfaust, Crossed Badlands, Avengers Arena, Secret Avengers, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Fearless Defenders, Superboy, Ozymandias, Uncanny X-Men, Katana And Batgirl
So Nowhere Men has a concept not too far from The Manhattan Projects, combined with Hickman's design sense from The Nightly News, the inter personal relationships of Saga, the occasional silliness of Skullkickers (like eating a wheelchair) and an art style not too far from Phonogram Could this be the perfect Image Comic? It's certainly[...]
Fourteen Thoughts About Fourteen Comics – Manhattan Projects, Morning Glories, Todd The Ugliest Kid On Earth, The End Times Of Bram And Ben, Wolverine & The X-Men, Cable & X-Force, Batgirl, Katana, Powers, Avengers Assemble, Fury, Buffy, Avengers Arena, Ghostbusters
This is the Albert Einstein we always deserved and yet, until Manhattan Projects we never got a whiff of until now I'm so glad we got Manhattan Projects. Morning Glories does the hideous trick of applying a child's logic to the Bible Which is just the kind of thing it was never meant to stand up[...]
Dark Mutations Permeate the Scientific World of Manhattan Projects #7
Tom Gronkowski writes for Bleeding Cool; Manhattan Projects is the dark mutation of old Popular Science covers come to life Manhattan Projects #7 (the second single issue after the release of first series' trade paperback) seems significant because it signals a definite direction for this book that has been lacking in Issues #s 1-6. For those who[...]
The Bleeding I – Talking With Eric Stephenson About Image Selling Out
Do you have any thoughts on what causes these blips? Eric: I think you're skipping over Fatale, Whisper, Alpha Girl, Thief of Thieves and The Manhattan Projects, along with Prophet and Glory, and I think you can go back even further than that, really, because things like The Strange Talent of Luther Strode, Mudman, and The[...]
Creator Owned Boom Reflected In Advance Reorders
Jonathan Hickman's The Manhattan Projects cleaned up on advance reorders made by comic stores before the comic shipped With issue 2 hitting the top of the chart, measuring reorders from the 5th to the 11th of March, expect a sellout announcement for that comic when it's most publicity-wise advantageous In fact there's a lot of[...]
Hickman Leaves Fantastic Four, Bendis Leaves Avengers… It's Coming
With news that Bendis is leaving Avengers, and his stating that his next project will be "so much more" than taking over the X-Men books, it's another sign of big creator and universe shakeups after the conclusion of Avengers Vs X-Men. Hickman also talks plenty about Secret and The Manhattan Projects... iFanboy reports, from an interview[...]
Not-Quite-A-Preview: The Manhattan Projects #1 By Hickman And Pitarra
The Manhattan Projects in March is the latest Jonathan Hickman project for Image Comics And today, exclusively for Bleeding Cool, he gives you an insight into everything he wants you to know about the comic before picking it up.      Surprise! The last chance retailers have to order copies of this comic and be guaranteed to get[...]