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So said Dade Ellis, Simon Grimshaw, Emerson Strange and Thomas Walker at the dawn of a new age of enlightenment that ushered in a boom in scientific advancement. As the research supergroup World Corp., they became the most celebrated scientists of all time. They changed the world - and we loved them for it. But where did it all go wrong? And when progress is made at any and all cost, who ultimately pays the price?



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Nowhere Men #1 0

I'm not one to get too detailed in my reviews, So I'll get right too it.What I liked:The art is good and the colors are great! It seemed simple but still detailed somehow. The story is a pretty classic science fiction type of story. It would appear as though some powerful people create something and others are dealing with the consequences (some sort of virus). One guy thinks the risk is worth the reward, another does not.I didn't like:I didn't like the cover very much. THe cover that they kept ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Nowhere Close to Hooked 0

Going into this book I was quite excited. Being a reader of many Image books, I've seen the advertising with the line "Science is the new rock 'n roll" for awhile now. This got me really excited for a new super powered team composed of scientists. At the beginning of the book we get introduced to the four leading scientists in this world. Each one is fleshed out through a fake newspaper fact sheet, which just seems like lazy writing and a waste of graphic space. Then the gears are switched to a ...

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A Few More Pages Needed 0

ReviewWell, that was a bit of a sudden stop.Nowhere Men started out really good. It gave a simple set up, did some nice work to introduce you to all the main characters, and then took a strange turn towards something else.This book wanted to be presenting science as the new rock and roll, and it did that excellently at first. We got a profile of all the "Beatles" type of characters introduced in a way that I thought was done rather nicely in a newspaper article. Complete bios and everything.The ...

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