FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics, Vol. 4: The End Times

FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics, Vol. 4: The End Times✯ [PDF] ❤ FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics, Vol. 4: The End Times By Simon Oliver ✼ – Oaklandjobs.co.uk The FBP is scrambling to work with counter agent Blackwood to restore universal laws of order Is Agent Adam Hardy dead Is his long lost father alive Does Agent Rosa Reyes have the secret key to spanni The FBP is Bureau of PDF/EPUB Á scrambling to work with counter agent Blackwood to restore universal laws of order Is Agent Adam Hardy dead Is his long lost father alive Does Agent Rosa Reyes have the secret FBP: Federal Kindle - key to spanning universes and saving the day Interdimensional space dark energy super bridges and an insane plan to save humanity from annihilation collide in issues . This series started out really well and I was still enjoying it by the time it reached this fourth and final volume just not as much as I used toI'm usually saddened when a comicbook I've been reading comes to an end but in this case I think it was probably for the best The book really suffered from the loss of the original artistco creator and the story was in danger of disappearing up its own arsehole in placesAt least we got an ending and weren't left wondering what would have happened like we so often are when things get cancelled In the final volume of the series Adam and company finally figure out what's behind all of the phenomena they've been dealing with and the real story with Lance Blackwood and his connection to Adam's family Things end with a bangthat might as well have been a fizzle By the time it ended I no longer cared about really any of the characters I hated how much the story devolved into this vague theme of the end of the world and how terrible humanity is I love dystopians but this just felt half assed The characters had ceased to be interesting the science was still incomprehensible and the motivations made no sense The little girl was possibly the oddest little girl I've seen in fiction and never felt realistic at all Justdisappointing all around Full series review here This wacky and at times dense series comes to an end Physics has gone wacky and now there's a mastermind trying to end our dimension but it's up to Agent Hardy to overcome his own demons and save the dayI enjoyed this series uite a bit but it might be better to read all 4 volumes in one sitting There's a lot going on and the scientific jargon can be a bit confusing at times Overall though this was a nice sci fi adventure Probably would make a pretty good movie or tv series I salute this series for its ambition and I'd be happy to have supported it for that reason alone It was a wild ride that's for sure It felt to me that it lost some momentum and direction after the second volume I don't have the first two volumes here to compare the art but I seem to remember being blown away by the art in the beginning where it just seemed fine in the last two volumes And I do remember being super excited by the story originally and just wanting to see where it went and how it wrapped up by the time it got to the end because the direction it ended up going it wasn't thrilling to me any But that may in part be because it was wrapping up and when a writing knows he has to tell a story with a defined end point it's different than when he has an open ended project where he can let his imagination go wild and bring forth all sorts of interesting and original things It's a shame it wasn't a bigger hit I'd have loved to see what incredible physics emergencies and solutions Oliver could have created over time Maybe someone will pick it up again in the future I'll be interested if they do I didn't mind things not making sense when there were magic physics canyons; when it seems like I'm supposed to be understanding some Deeper Meaning it is the worst On the one hand at least the series is over? On the other I wish it had been so much betterread Art changed in this volume did not get any better just a different kind of bad4th volume wrapped up a pretty lackluster and dull series that could have been much better if the story was easier to follow the art allowed you to actually tell who was who and if the story parts were a whole rather than bits of a story here and there that did not add upStory ended pretty much where it began just a new generation and no real conclusion This series is weird remind me in its spirit an anime I've seen years ago called wolf's rain not in story but in its general spirit yet in the end of the anime i cared and here i found myself not caring about it all felt it was too messy and point lessCannot recommend this to anyone Feels unfortunately rushed due to the cancellation of the series You can read my review for this entire series here I felt the ending specifically the last couple of pages lacked explanation While not all storylines need that this particular story lacked no details throughout and so it seemed the ending came up short Overall though super creative thought provoking with some interesting philosophical themes I really enjoyed this series

FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics, Vol. 4: The End Times PDF
  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics, Vol. 4: The End Times
  • Simon Oliver
  • English
  • 23 June 2016
  • 9781401258450