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?

Story by Eric Stephenson
Art by Nate Bellegarde
Colors by Jordie Bellaire
Cover by Nate Bellegarde & Fonografiks

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 1.1%


kingpinII03/24/13NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.8
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  1. I don’t know who these people are, but that pitch and cover sold me

  2. Cover is cool, solicit seems somewhat interesting. Gonna give it a flip through at the shop and if the art is intriguing I’ll pick it up.

  3. Feels like a Hickman book. Even has his concentric circles. I’ll give it a look.

  4. I like this cover, but why does it have the Warner Music corporate logo stuck in the middle? I can’t figure out why the cover designer would do that. It’s like they think that no comic readers listen to music and have ever seen one of the most iconic logos in late 20th century design.

  5. Science is the new-wave for superheroes in comics, & this should be up there with The Manhattan Projects!!!

  6. i really enjoy books that have jordie bellaire on colors

  7. Is this an ongoing?

  8. Just read this article about this book….I am checking it out.

  9. This book was a lot better than I thought it was going to be. Added to my buy pile.

  10. That cover is so Hickman he might actually remember doing it.

  11. I was intrigued by the concepts and I’ll stick around for a while to at least see how these three lines are connected or if/when they intersect. I enjoyed the way the background of the characters was introduced. This will fill a certain niche/void left from SECRET.

    Is it weird that I like the appearance of the lettering?

  12. “Let me tell you how it will be.”

    The opening line from The Beatles album Revolver (my favorite by the Fab Four), also serves as the first line of dialogue for Nowhere Men,

    So many allusions to The Beatles permeates this first issue (including the book’s name) and added a certain charm to the storytelling for me. I enjoyed the past, future and present approach in the writing and the depth of characters presented. Also, Nate Bellegarde’s art and Jordie Bellaire’s color worked perfectly.

    This was a nice break form the world of tights & fights. I’m looking forward to issue #2!

  13. Fantastic first issue. What if the Fantastic Four was four Reed Richards?

  14. I read the first half of this issue then put it down. Last night I thought I would give it a second chance and I’m glad I did. Really enjoyed it.

  15. Did not enjoy this at all. Not coming back for more.

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