One of the primary characters of Strange Attractors is Dr. Spencer Brownfield, who believes that he has been holding New York City together for years from unraveling through a series of Chaos Theory actions he takes. He gets the attention of Heller Wilson, who initially buys into his hypothesis concerning the interconnectedness of NYC and how it's important to continue to follow through on what Brownfield is doing (claims to be doing) or New York City will totally collapse. This premise may seem more than a little out there, but writer Charles Soule sells this right from the onset of Strange Attractors, making this graphic novel a very different kind of story and as I'm thinking about it just now, this is the closest we'll get to seeing what Alan Moore set out to do with his ambitious Big Numbers that was never completed, but had the same theme. Ultimately though, as Charles Soule states in his into, Strange Attractors is his love letter to New York City and reading it really makes me want to pay a proper visit to that city (I'd only been there previously for one day, way back in 1980)!
Happy New Comics Wednesday 7/18/18 - Life of Captain Marvel, Magic Order #2 (we still have #1 too!), conclusion of Infinity Countdown, Justice League edition!
Hope all of my friends going to the San Diego Comic-Con this week have a GREAT time!
Tomorrow, Saturday, November 5th, from 10-4pm, the fourth annual Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival will be happening and it won't be as ...
I don't know what would bore me more; watching a game of football or a game of baseball, but I've liked movies about baseball ( Fie...
Happy New Comics Wednesday 3/28/18 - Doomsday Clock, Metal conclusion (fantastic!), James Robinson's Wonder Woman & Trinity, Saga #50!!, Highest House, Terrifics, last issue of Bendis' Jessica Jones edition!BIG, BIG week, as these three photos of just some of this week's new titles shows!