What do Dr. Doom, Batman, Bruce Banner and Wile E. Coyote all have in common? All are super-geniuses. In fact, you can’t throw a rock in a comic book city without hitting a super-genius. But while there are no supermen in real life there have been some super-geniuses. One of the highest concentrations of mega-brainpower was in Los Alamos, working on the Manhattan Project. What if the accumulated brains were not just harnessed to building the atomic bomb, but were directed to much stranger, darker goals? Are you ready to let your inner conspiracy theorist run wild? Find out after the jump.
This week finds Marvel releasing the fourth issue of the third installment of the Marvel Zombies saga.Â This series finds the undead heroes and villains finding a gateway to the Marvel 616 universe, and if I were to guess, nothing will ever be the same…again!
Take the jump for a sneak peek of the issue directly from the House of Ideas.
With the ability to review comics comes a renewed desire to read comics, and I was really looking forward to the conclusion of this story. Itâ€™s been an interesting tale that once again put Wolverine, aka, Logan, in to a historical situation. The story is about love found and lost, revenge and seeking a measure of solace.
And it would only work in a Wolverine story, and I think Vaughan knew that as well!