The Paradigm Shift
(Federal Bureau of Physics Vol. 1)
by Simon Oliver
Edition: Ebook (160 Pages)
February 25th 2014
Wormholes in your
kitchen. Gravity failures at school. Quantum tornadoes tearing through
the midwest. As with all natural disasters, people do what they always
do: They adapt and survive. And if things get really bad, the Federal
Bureau of Physics (FBP) is only a call away.
FBP: Federal Bureau
of Physics is the story of Adam Hardy: Young, brash and smart, he's a
rising star at the FBP, but when a gravity failure leads to the creation
of an alternate dimension known as a "BubbleVerse," Adam is sent on a
rescue mission and finds his skills and abilities pushed to their limits
when he discovers his partner has a different agenda...
Collects issues #1-7
(Although I received this book for review my review is still 100% honest.)
I thought the story for this comic sounded really interesting. Well it was interesting in more ways than one. Well of course this comic is compiled of the first seven in the series I believe. I thought it was amazing that it was in full color! I'm mostly used to reading comics that are black and white so I was shocked by this.
I found this comic to be very unqie compared to others I read before. Mostly because there was no words at all through out it. You had to read each of the stories or adventures just by reading the pictures. I actually could understand what was going on in the story without having to really read. I enjoyed this concept a lot.
Although one downfall to this concept was the fact that you can get confused a little. I believe there was flashbacks through out each adventure. Even though I' m not sure I think there was. Another downfall to this is your not to
sure who the main character is. You could diffidently recognize the
same group through out scenes. Which of course is the main cast of
characters, I just found it hard to recognize the main person.
would have to say that I did really enjoy this comic. If your looking
for something fast and easy to more or else read then this would be it.
The artwork in this alone is worth owning plus the adventures that come
with it are pretty unforgettable.
I gave this 3.5 out of 5 bats.