REVIEW: Black Science Vol 4: Godworld (TP)

Publisher: Image Comics
Writer: Rick Remender
Art: Matteo Scalera
Pages: 128
Price: $14.99 for print. $11.99 for digital
Release Date: OUT NOW!

Black Science Vol 4 Image Comics

Black Science Vol 4
Image Comics


Black Science is a sci-fi comic coming from the mind of Rick Remender, one of the greatest writers of Marvel’s Captain America.

Black Science follows Grant and a team of scientists who discover The Pillar, which can be used to punch through dimensions, allowing Grant McKay and his team to travel anywhere and anytime. It’s not long until they realise that inter-dimensional travel has more problems than benefits. The team is slowly whittled down, as members are lost. Their travel is effectively destroying the very fabric of reality itself.

In Black Science Grant McKay finds himself slowly going insane from what he’s witnessed with his own team, as well as trying to repair the Pillar, find a way back home and repair the damage to reality; McKay must overcome his own demons and find a way to become guardian and protector of the Eververse

Black Science is a  fascinating read overall, possibly a bit TOO hard science for some readers. Not too out of this world per sae, more grounded in reality with scientists travelling to different dimensions. If you like very grounded and technical based sci-fi then, this really is the TP for you.

The TP of Black Science collects #17-21 of the series.


Reviewer: Aaron Wood
Reviews Editor: Steve Hooker


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