Review by: ckl

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Written by: Simon Oliver
Art by: Robbi Rodriguez
Cover by: Nathan Fox
Variant Cover by: Nathan Fox

Size: 0 pages
Price: 2.99

The Universe is wearing out, and the laws of Physics are fraying at the edges – send in the Federal Bureau of Physics to sort out those inconvenient anomalies.

I was intrigued by the elegant premise of this book when Shelly Bond spoke about it at the Bristol Comic Con back in May. The first issue does not disappoint, with a psychedelic pop-art cover and sketchy, emotive art that is unusually cartoony for a Vertigo book.

This book has me more excited for the next issue than any series in ages. Long live the revitalisation of the Vertigo line!

Story: 4 - Very Good
Art: 5 - Excellent


  1. Great to know.

    Looking to pick this up.

  2. I have to respectfully disagree with this review. The art work is not that interesting, given the subject matter. Most pages are nothing more than talking heads. The colorist, Rico Renzi, seems to prefer blue, pink, and green. Its another example of a Vertigo title with a color palatte that ranges from bizarre and putrid to unpleasant and repulsive. And I don’t find any of the characters interesting. Again, it’s another example of a creative team who thinks their comic is going to be around for 60 issues, so they can piss away the first 22 pages of issue #1 with minimal plot and characterization that doesn’t make me want to come back for issue #2. The concept is great on paper, but the execution better pick up speed or it isn’t going to last very long.

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