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Brilliant 21 novembre 2013
Par Arkanis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Manhattan Proyects is a rare gem in the world of sci fi comics. It's crude, perverted and in some ways even repulsive, but all this grotesque mix is perfectly blended into a seductive story with brilliant characters and great pace for reading. I'ts incredibly creative and original, from the drawings to the narrative, filled with clever dialogues and plot twists. Also, it's just getting better since tome 1 so it's a must read and the volume 4 will be for sure something to behold
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Awful and exhausting storytelling 19 novembre 2013
Par Sam Quixote - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The various scientists in the Manhattan Projects - Einstein, Feynman, Oppenheimer - have won their battles and have their own base on the moon with unlimited resources to pursue their work. Separated, Oppenheimer becomes even crazier with his red side dominating having eaten his blue side and we discover the horrifying secret of Dr Fermi while Laika is once more shot into space in a rocket.

I don’t think I could tell you what happened in this book and that’s partly because very little does and partly because it could barely hold my interest. The first volume of the series was interesting, the second less so, and the third was so dull that it’s reached the point now where I’m dropping it entirely. We get the origin stories of two lesser characters, Dr Fermi and Dr Harry Daghlian, both of which are mildly interesting, there are some funny moments like JFK doing blow in the oval office and Einstein and Feynman getting drunk on Pronea whiskey (Hickman’s personal glyph) and the whacky finale inside Oppenheimer’s head between the red and blue Oppenheimers, but it’s not enough to sustain the book.

Nick Pitarra does his usual fine work and, like in Vol 2, the book closes out with an Oppenheimer-centric issue drawn by Ryan Browne, and it’s the artwork that I enjoyed the most in this volume. Maybe it’s Hickman’s many other books like East of West and his numerous Marvel stuff causing him to spend less time on this title, but I feel like his work on Manhattan Projects has been getting worse as the series goes on, to the point now where odd things happen but it’s no longer interesting.

The story is all over the place, the characterisation is lacking, and it’s an exhausting-to-follow read. It looks great but it’s boring as hell. Volume 3 of the Manhattan Projects is my stop, guys, see you later, I’m getting off here!
An Assured Continuation 17 janvier 2014
Par HobbesMkII - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Jonathan Hickman might be one of the best writers in comics today. He's certainly prolific, as all the fresh new faces in comics seem to be, with three ongoing series with Image--including this one--and his continued work with Marvel.

Manhattan Projects has begun to mature a little, so nothing in Vol 3 is quite as fresh as it was in those first six issues collected in Vol 1, and neither does it leap in perspective in the way that Vol 2 did. But with the pipe laid in the predecessors, Hickman is now free to propel the story forward, revisiting the things that have been only hinted at or explored briefly, such as filling in Einstein's, Fermi's, and Daghlian's backstories and exploring the implications of those aliens from Vol 1.

Unfortunately, Hickman resolves nothing, so this volume is more transitioning from contained stories that worked better for world building to grander arcs that will hopefully begin to answer the question of what Manhattan Project's ultimate purpose is, so there's a few more egregious cliffhangers in this volume. In the meantime, it's a wonderful and wacky alternate history beautifully brought to life by Nick Pitarra and it's pleasure just to inhabit for a little while.
Once the novelty's worn off, what's left? 14 mars 2015
Par Jennifer Grey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
In The Manhattan Projects, Vol. 3: Building, Hickman and Pitarra continue to spin insanities within their insanities, though with slightly less charm and innovation than in their first two volumes, which leaves it feeling like the series is starting to spin its wheels.

Friendships are betrayed, another traitor appears within the ranks, and Einstein wields a rather bad-ass relativity chainsaw, but ending this installment in the same place as the last one with the Oppenheimer civil war makes it feel like no progress has been made at all. (However, I could just be pissy because they cliff-hangered my favorite cosmodog.)

Readers who choose to continue will likely do so for the subversive reimaginings of historical scientific figures and crazed action rather than the plot, but even those novelties will eventually pale (they're already starting to for me), so hopefully the authors will focus more on the overall narrative than the set pieces going forward.
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Intriguing 5 avril 2014
Par E. N Ritchie - Publié sur Amazon.com
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These stories play maniacally with history in vicious whimsy - it's great fun. It's kind of a lovecraftian horror comedy.
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