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They’ve been hired to think the UNTHINKABLE. But what happens when the unthinkable actually happens? After 9-11, best-selling author Alan Ripley joins a government think tank consisting of the most imaginative minds in diverse fields. Their job? Think of nightmare scenarios and crippling terrorist attacks so the government can safeguard against them. But what happens when the think tank folds, and the attacks start to happen? Find out in this new mini-series from hot writer Mark (TWO-FACE YEAR ONE, CYBORG) Sable and rising talent Julian Totino Tedesco.”


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In a bad situation gone good, Mark Sable, the writer for Unthinkable was detained at LAX airport after some scripts for the third issue were found (full story HERE).  Why were the TSA agents so suspicious over a comic book script?Unthinkable is a comic about a government think tank that is formed to try to prevent future terrorist attacks.  The members were tasked to come up with possible scenarios that the government could then protect the country against.  After the group is disbanded, those ...

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