Black Science, Vol. 6
After years adrift in the chaotic Eververse, the McKay family finally reunites in their home dimension. But it's far from the happy end they expected. To save all there is and ever will be, the Dimensionauts need to cut deeper into the Onion than ever before! RICK REMENDER & MATTEO SCALERA present the sixth Chapter of the runaway pulp Sci-Fi smash hit BLACK SCIENCE! Collects BLACK SCIENCE #26-30

Black Science, Vol. 6 Details

TitleBlack Science, Vol. 6
Author
FormatPaperback
ReleaseJul 25th, 2017
PublisherImage Comics
ISBN1534301828
ISBN-139781534301825
Number of pages136 pages
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Graphic Novels Comics, Science Fiction

Black Science, Vol. 6 Review

  • Paul
    May 31, 2017
    From what I've read on t'Interwebz, this is a book that rubs a lot of people up the wrong way, for some reason. Personally, I absolutely love it. The artwork is GORGEOUS and the story never fails to leave me grinning from ear-to-shining-ear. (I think I may have mixed my clichés there. Not to worry.) It's old school pulp SF with a ravishing modern veneer and I shall continue to buy it for as long as they keep making it. So nur.Quote of the week: 'I will build my throne from the spines of your you From what I've read on t'Interwebz, this is a book that rubs a lot of people up the wrong way, for some reason. Personally, I absolutely love it. The artwork is GORGEOUS and the story never fails to leave me grinning from ear-to-shining-ear. (I think I may have mixed my clichés there. Not to worry.) It's old school pulp SF with a ravishing modern veneer and I shall continue to buy it for as long as they keep making it. So nur.Quote of the week: 'I will build my throne from the spines of your young. I will shit fire on the faces of your mothers.' - Har'logh the Defiler
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  • Anthony Mullins
    June 10, 2017
    BLACK SCIENCE ISSUE #30 (last of Vol. 6) REVIEW:Grant & his brother Brian make their way through a dimension crossed clusterfuck war zone, headed to Block Tower on a mission to reacquire Grant’s pillar. Kadir struggles with proving his intent while Block prepares for travel, and a new demonic presence makes itself known in the most aggressive way possible. This issue of Black Science is a culmination of events, starting to scratch the surface of the chaos to come. Everything throughout the s BLACK SCIENCE ISSUE #30 (last of Vol. 6) REVIEW:Grant & his brother Brian make their way through a dimension crossed clusterfuck war zone, headed to Block Tower on a mission to reacquire Grant’s pillar. Kadir struggles with proving his intent while Block prepares for travel, and a new demonic presence makes itself known in the most aggressive way possible. This issue of Black Science is a culmination of events, starting to scratch the surface of the chaos to come. Everything throughout the series has built layers and layers upon itself, building up to the current condition that Grant finds himself in. It’s a lot of fun to see Grant doing what Grant does best, even in his lessened state, and Kadir is yet again captivating to watch struggle and the intense decisions that he continues to make. This issue felt like a classic Black Science issue, yet still elevates the series to another level (again). Nothing about this series follows a formula, which leaves you with no choice but to strap in and go along for the ride; thus has never been a story that you could predict, and this issue renders you helpless in trying to do so. With the ravaged condition of Earth in mind, the conclusion of this arc is one of the most brilliant and ridiculous cliffhangers to hit the series yet! Overall:Matteo’s art consistently matches a thrilling pace and beat with Remender’s writing, possibly stronger than ever within the pages of this issue. Even after a hand injury, Matteo was able to give us some of the most awesome splash pages & spread panels to date! Remender’s signature style and flair for storytelling shines brightest within the pages of Black Science. Issue #30 proves that this series is a masterpiece of totally stunning originality & awe, from two truly brilliant Generators. 9.5/10I wrote this review in partnership with Columbus Comics Corner.CCC review Tumblr Link:https://columbuscomicscorner.tumblr.c...CCC on Twitter: /twitter.com/comicscornerpodMy personal Twitter: twitter.com/Antwonito1021My "Daily X-Men Facts" Twitter: twitter.com/DailyXMenFacts
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  • Aaron
    August 1, 2017
    Pure goddamn chaos as origin-Earth goes all to Hell and our Dimensionaut protagonists begin to come together after long separations.I have a problem with these characters finding each other over and over again in an infinite multiverse when I can't even find my car in my parking garage at work most days. I'll get over it.
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  • Stefan
    July 26, 2017
    Another excellent continuation in the series; it was a little weird when they switched to old-school comic style for a bit, but it was pretty nice over all
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