‘Future Proof #5:’ Advance Comic Book Review

It’s 1910. A group of highly influential bankers meets in a smoke-filled train car to decide the nation’s financial future—and, ultimately, ruin it in order to line their own pockets; however, our intrepid time agents have different ideas. Are they going to save the country? Being that their previous assignments have included killing Kennedy and saving Hitler, it’s doubtful that things are that simple; however, whatever they end up doing, their AI-god, The Sing, has determined that it’s the best course of action to ensure the future, so they carry it out without question.

There’s more to this mission than meets the eye, though—and possibly more to their entire job, and to The Sing itself. When you’re dealing with cause and effect with regards to time travel, things are bound to get a little bit messy.

Complex as this story is getting, though, I’m loving every page of it. Each issue is a new adventure, further back in history, but the characters and events are still inextricably linked and continue to become more so as we go on. And, it’s a lot of fun to see it all unfold.

Future Proof is published by Bliss on Tap.

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