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review 2015-08-15 21:56
Black Science, Vol. 1: How to Fall Forever - Rick Remender,Matteo Scalera,Dean White

I picked this up because I've been reading Low by Rick Remender and while waiting in line at C2E2 to get my first issue of Low signed I heard about Black Science. When you are waiting in line there really isn't much to do but talk about what else people are reading. Black Science was in most everyone's pile but my own, so I picked it up. 


Rick does a great job in presenting a science fiction story that reminded me of the B movies. I mean we had giant frogs trying to kill people, Ape people, inter dimensions an a group of scientists who well get into trouble. The story is great and the art work by Mateo Scalera and Dean White brought the world of Black Science right to your hands. 


I enjoyed it twice. I did have a bit of a problem figuring out the characters, they all looked the same for the most part, but after the second issue, I was able to discern who was who. 


If you like science fiction then pick up Black Science.. even if you don't like the story the art is worth it. 

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text 2015-08-13 19:38
Black Science, Vol. 1: How to Fall Forever - Rick Remender,Matteo Scalera,Dean White

Just picked this up, so I hope it's as good as Low. 

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review 2015-07-25 18:21
Black Science: Ongoing review
Black Science, Vol. 1: How to Fall Forever - Rick Remender,Matteo Scalera,Dean White
Black Science #2 - Rick Remender,Matteo Scalera,Dean White
Black Science Volume 3: Vanishing Pattern - Rick Remender,Matteo Scalera,Moreno Denisio

July 25th: Both of these volumes were great. I like that there are multiple versions of the characters running around throughout the story. The flashbacks and parallel stories are presented in just right amount to add to experience without making the story confusing.

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review 2014-08-30 19:12
Fall into Forever - Beth Hyland

I love dual POV books.

I love books about women looking toward new beginnings.

I love books with tough men that have a soft spot for only a few people. 

I love strong sidekicks and interesting prefaces.

And although Fall into Forever has all that good stuff, I didn’t fall in love with this book.

There are books that you can read in one sitting. Sometimes that’s a bad thing, other times it’s the best feeling in the world. To be so connected and interested in a story that it takes over your life as you sink into someone else’s. And that is how this reading experience started out, but about halfway through (somewhere between Ivy freaking the hell out about “this Gretchen chick” in Jon’s friend requests and that tent scene) it lost traction with me. (And I didn’t read it in one sitting, either. A few nights actually).

And I’m pretty sure the reason I did not fall in love with this book is solely Ivy’s fault. I just couldn’t connect with her. She is just trying to start over after a traumatic experience, and apparently all is better once her knight is shining armor shows up. (Which let’s face it, we all want, but he won’t solve all your problems).

Jon is that rugged, fucked up kinda sexy. With a soft heart and anger issues that conflict with one another. “He’s got black gauges in his earlobes the size of a medium-tipped Sharpie. A bruise is starting to form under his left eye.” (Every guy I’ve ever let buy me a drink anywhere. I have a type apparently). His story is interesting and made me teary-eyed a few times!

Also, I’ve read a few books dealing with amnesia, and this is the first where it just randomly blocks out a one particular moment. (I think that’s called selective memory, but whatevs). The amnesia didn’t really add anything to the story, just a background layer.

Little tid-bits I absolutely loved: Arctic Monkey’s mention, glimpses of Jon’s lyrics, Jon’s tattoo (!!omg!!), and the zombie run. 

There has to be nothing that cuts deeper than when someone who should protect and care for you denies something you’re having issues with. In this case, I mean Ivy’s bitch mom. I can’t even with her.

Fall into Forever is an overall cute story that I would love to see made into a movie! 

It wasn’t my favorite, but it could be yours. I'll definitely keep an eye out for this author in the future!

p.s. is that Zayn Malik on the cover?! Totally looks like him.

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review 2014-06-30 00:00
Black Science, Vol. 1: How to Fall Forever
Black Science, Vol. 1: How to Fall Forever - Rick Remender,Matteo Scalera,Dean White Unfortunately, I couldn't get into this. Not my type.
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