The Anarchist League of Scientists are scattered to the cosmic winds. Abuse of the Pillar's power has gnawed at the very foundation of reality, as all that ever is, was, and will be is falling in on itself. Beaten and dismayed, it falls to Grant McKay and what allies he has left to start a hail-Mary mission to the center of the Onion, and the chance of salvation that rests there.Rick Remender and Matteo Scalera set their sights on the End of the Eververse as the Dimensionauts begin their final journey into the Onion construct to fix everything that ever went wrong--or damn all of eternity to the void.Collects BLACK SCIENCE #35-38
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Black Science, Vol. 8 Review
- January 1, 1970RoyWhen I start a Black Science volume is like coming home to the craziest house ever. The start confusee me but as all of these volumes do they slowly begin to make sense right at the end. I feel like this was more of a linking story to tie up the final arc. Im guessing its to be finished soon. Still one of my fave series at Image. The artwork by Scalera is still one of my faves as well.more
- January 1, 1970ImogeneWell, after a who,e bunch of over-complicated story lines that were putting me off, this arc is finally tightening the narrative. I’m back to enjoying this, way more than the last 3 TPB’s. Looking forward to the finale. Also, yay for that last page in #38. I was starting to worrymore
- January 1, 1970M.i.It’s amazing how this book keeps going and throwing out ideas that stays germane to the dimension hopping subject. This is the science fiction never ending story.
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