Manhattan Projects

Jonathan Hickman And The Mad Science Of ‘The Manhattan Projects’ [Interview]
In a lot of ways, Jonathan Hickman tends to approach writing comics like a science experiment-- everything is meticulously planned years in advance, engineered to produce a specific result when it's all said and done. It's fitting, then, that for The Manhattan Projects, his creator-owned book with Nick Pitarra from Image that stars a team of historic scientific heavyweights like Einstein, Oppenhei
Don’t Ask! Just Buy It! – June 27, 2012: Toss Them Up and Let Them Hit You on the Head
Reading Comics author Douglas Wolk runs down the hottest comics and graphic novels coming out this week. KEY: % Spectacle * Cash ^ History ^ % LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN VOL. 3: CENTURY #3 2009 Wow, it was really foresighted of Alan Moore to make a thinly disguised Christian Grey the final boss in the conclusion of his survey of the past century's worth of pulp-lit presences, considering ho
‘The Manhattan Projects’ Is Pure Mad Science In Comic Book Form
A while back, I had a conversation with Jonathan Hickman where he talked about how he liked Grant Morrison's comics because the ideas in them were so good that they made him laugh while he was reading them. Ideas like that, the ones that go right past the jealous "I wish I'd thought of that" part of your brain and go straight to "this is amazing," are hard to find...