Harbinger #2. Incoming Reviews & A New Cover

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First off, It seems Harbinger #1 has cracked the top selling 100 comics and graphic novelist list for June, and is in fact, according to Bleeding Cool News, the only non-Premier publisher title to break the Top 100. We rolled in at #72. I wanna take it higher!

Now on to the reviews…

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Signing At Comic Con

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Potential Dark Matter Discovery Massive in Every Sense Of the Word

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So yeah, Higgs Boson. That happened. Someone’s getting the Nobel. No question about it. If you don’t know why Higgs Boson is exciting and game changing for physics, Gizmodo hipped me to this video, watch it if you like to learn.

Cool, all good? Because something else happened on Wednesday. Nature magazine published that Jörg Dietrich, an astronomer at the University of Munich Observatory, and his team, have quite possibly observed the large-scale structure filament intersections in which galaxy clusters occur.

In English: Dark Matter. We, the species, have very, very possibly (assuming this new observation isn’t some instrumental artifact) observed one of the hidden tendrils that extend everywhere. The substrate of the Universe. The thread of creation.

Such tendrils of Dark Matter have theoretically been invisible because they lack density. But the team in Germany believe they have found a single tendril 18 megaparsecs long that sews two galaxies together, and that’s located 2.7 billion light-years away from Earth.

Two galaxie clusters, Abell 223 and Abell 222 seem to be sewn together with unimaginably long, dark, filament not visible to the human eye.

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Artist of the Week: Eric Orchard

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Harbinger #2 Hits This Wed…

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And it goes a little something like this…

“Put your hands up and step away from the dog!”

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