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The Manhattan Projects #2

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In this issue, we learn about the secret role that the super-scientists of THE MANHATTAN PROJECTS played in the fall of Germany during WWII. It's the hidden history of Werner Von Braun, the rocket god of Deutschland and the only guy before 1950 to have a super-cool robot arm.

One of the most anticipated new series of the year continues THE MANHATTAN PROJECTS #2
Paperback, 32 pages
Published April 18th 2012 by Image Comics (first published April 2012)
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Josh Epstein
May 20, 2012 Josh Epstein rated it it was amazing
The Manhattan Projects is what a true science fiction nerd wishes history were like. The first issue introduced us to Director Robert Oppenheimer in all of his schizophrenic glory, and the second issue builds an insane supporting cast of characters around him.

This issue abandons Oppenheimer and focuses on two other legendary scientists: Richard Feynman and Werner Von Braun.

Anyone who's ever read a book of seen a documentary on NASA knows who Von Braun is. In "real" history, Von Braun is consi
Oct 12, 2013 arjuna rated it really liked it
Wernher von Braun takes centre stage in this increasingly wtf alt-history, starring enslaved Nazi geniuses, cosmonauts, cyborg Presidents, a gloriously schizophrenic Robert Oppenheimer, and Einstein-on-the-booze. Beautiful demonisation of all the big names in science; funny, disgusting, horrific by turns... haven't got a clue where it's going but by 'eck it's an enjoyable ride. And the bizarrely simple-at-first-glance art really grows on one. Recommended.
Jan 22, 2014 Shan rated it really liked it
I love mix of real history and fiction. Cool art style, too.
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Apr 22, 2012 Collin Huster rated it it was amazing
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This really picked up speed quickly. Still not quite sure about the art but I love the story that Hickman is creating.
Apr 21, 2012 Crystal rated it really liked it
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Great and getting greater. Can't recommend it enough for Physics nerds. Hickman apparently is.
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Hickman is The greatest Comic writer ever.....
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