Photo: Programming the human mind is easy. That’s been done. It’s the deprogramming that can be tricky. http://t.co/jHQYBkVR8QMay 14, 2013 /00/5 6:00 pm
Time Samplers #1: Escape from Jekyll Island
Lex and Cal take the W.I.L.D. machine on a test run, using an antique tuning fork to travel back to 1913, where Alexander Graham Bell is presenting his latest research to the Jekyll Island Hunt Club (JP Morgan, William Rockefeller, and other Jekyll Island elites).
- Script: David Pinckney, Erik Koconis, Thomas Gorence
- Pencils: Nicolas Colacitti
- Ink: Nicolas Colacitti
- Color: Nicolas Colacitti
- Letters: Nicolas Colacitti
a very detailed and intelligent tale, in spite of the neo-mythology of dark shadows and cloak and daggering men in black territory they are delving into… This is energetic, spirited stuff, smart and colorful and with urgent messages therein. Buy the ticket, take the ride indeed.
a well written and well thought out tale that I could get behind… Seeing familiar historical figures take on new, creepy, but fun light is fantastic. I strongly urge and advise everyone to at least take a look at the comic.
the coolest time traveling duo in this genre or any other… Alternate historians and conspiracy theorists are either going to love Time Samplers, or it’s going to make them more paranoid
a legitimate conspiracy based comic book… refreshing to see a conspiracy theory story with some depth and knowledge behind it. Time Samplers is smart, unique, and a great tool for exploring alternative history theories, I highly recommend it.
it all makes sense—especially in the context of the first “worthy few” pages, which really stimulated my left temporal lobe… an exceedingly entertaining book that is well researched and well written.
The writing is smart, the pacing is great and the exchange of dialogue in juxtaposition with the supposition is well thought out…. This book has got a solid story, interesting characters and more than enough reasons to want to see the second issue
The art is fun and the story is unique and entertaining. Really, books like this keep me interested in the comic medium. Anyone picking up this book with get their money’s worth.