Posted by:
Byron Brewer

Review: The Hypernaturals #10

Writer: 
Dan Abnett
Writer: 
Andy Lanning
Art: 
Tom Derenick, Andres Guinaldo, Bit
Colors: 
Stephen Downer
Letterer: 
Ed Dukeshire
Cover: 
Tom Derenick, Blond
Publisher: 
BOOM! Studios
Price: 
$3.99
Release Date: 
April 3, 2013

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Who do you trust?

The feeling of indecision, of mistrust is rife in the Quantinuum, especially around Hypernaturals HQ.

Our futuristic heroes, under the cosmic pens of fan faces Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, have been doubting their decisions and second-guessing their teammates ever since they learned that the hyperbads they have been facing are their own lost teammates, re-engineered!

Even Thinkwell, the smartest and most powerful hyper. So self-conscious is Thinkwell that he asks the rookie Shoal, powerful in his own right, to literally keep an eye on him.

Even Sublime, usually seen as a cosmic threat and a man even smarter than Thinkwell. Now working with the Hypernaturals during a time of crisis, Sublime is blaming the Quantinuum A.I. itself for the current situation.

Amid talks of copied loved ones, the possible existence of sentient alien life and betrayal most foul by the new human "god," DnA sew together a real human drama of cosmic proportions with a galactic gun literally aimed at the head of the "Creator."

I will be sorry to see The Hypernaturals end with issue #12, but it will be great to see the climax of this adventure DnA has taken us on this past year ... and where they may take us in the future.

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