Black science. Volume 2, Welcome, nowhere

Format: Print Book 2015
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Summary
"Readers and comics fans who prefer their sci-fi fullof weird creatures, complicated world building, lots of action, and protagonistswith heart will find plenty to like in this series. Hand to fans of Brian K.Vaughan's Saga (2012) or Jonathan Hickman's Manhattan Projects (2012)." - Booklist

In thissecond volume of the hit series, the Anarchist League of Scientists divesfurther into the Onion construct of reality than ever before, jumping wildlythrough worlds of wonder, fantastic beauty, and cosmic horrors. Beset on dangersfrom without and within, the team must learn to be a family if they're ever tosurvive and find their way home again.

Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "In this follow-up to the series opener of Remender and Scalera's acclaimed Black Science (2014), members of the Anarchist League of Scientists, jumping haphazardly between parallel universes, are reeling from recent losses and looking for any way home. But with head scientist Grant McKay butting heads with financial backer Kadir, the league risks being lost forever, unless they can work together to find some equilibrium. Remender pulls no punches in his action-packed script he regularly proves that no character is safe from harm simultaneously focusing on the dimensions of family, trust, and how the team will function in its new status quo. Scalera's engrossing full-color artwork describes sharp faces, complex characters, and bizarre absurdities, such as a fire-breathing hippopotamus, all in striking, neon-hued, and stirringly otherworldly landscapes. Readers and comics fans who prefer their sci-fi full of weird creatures, complicated world building, lots of action, and protagonists with heart will find plenty to like in this series. Hand to fans of Brian K. Vaughan's Saga (2012) or Jonathan Hickman's Manhattan Projects (2012).--Spanner, Ben Copyright 2015 Booklist"
From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
Additional Information
Subjects Scientists -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Imaginary places -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Voyages and travels -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Science fiction comics.
Action and adventure comics.
Comics (Graphic works)
Graphic novels.
Publisher Berkeley, CA :2015
Other Titles Welcome, nowhere
Contributors Remender, Rick, author.
Scalera, Matteo, artist.
White, Dean (Dean V.), artist.
Spicer, Michael, artist.
Image Comics, publisher.
Audience Rated M / Mature.
Language English
Notes "Black science created by Rick Remender & Matteo Scalera."
"Originally published in single magazine form as Black science #7-11."
Description 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 26 cm
ISBN 9781632150189
1632150182
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