It’s often the genius minds who turn out to be the most disturbed individuals, and that’s the topic of Image Comics’ new series, Think Tank, from Matt Hawkins and Rahsan Ekedal. Dr. David Loren is a creator of weapons of mass destruction, but when he no longer wants to take part in mass murder, he’s got to climb out the hole he dug for himself. The series is not set to launch until August 1st, but Bloody-disgusting has an exclusive preview of “Think Tank” #1 for you.
WRITTEN BY: Matt Hawkins
ART BY: Rahsan Ekedal and Brian Reber
PUBLISHER: Image Comics
RELEASE: August 1st
Child prodigy, inventor, genius, slacker… mass murderer are all ways to describe the brilliant Dr. David Loren, however when he decides he can no longer create weapons of mass destruction, will he be be able to think his way out of his trouble or get himself even deeper in it?
“Dr. Loren’s life and situation are my commentary on American so-called exceptionalism in a modern day setting with real science and weapons that you’ve never heard of that do actually exist,” said writer Matt Hawkins. “The drones you see on TV flying in Afghanistan are decades-old technology. We marvel at these but the stuff coming out of DARPA and actual think tanks today rivals some of the most creative stuff you see in the best science fiction.”
If you’re a fan of Image Comics’ MANHATTAN PROJECTS and THE ACTIVITY, you’re gonna want to pick up THINK TANK!
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