The Pulse

 PULS   (Black Jack, 1997)

™ and © 1997 BlackJack Comics

By definition, an oxymoron is a combination of contradictory words. For example, well known phrases like ‘addition by subtraction’ or ‘peace through strength’. Some phrases are deceptively humorous like ‘military intelligence’ or ‘smart bomb’. Others like ‘genetic engineering’ conjure disturbing images of men that choose to play God. This title examines unintended results of genetic experiments and people that get caught in the wake. Government experiments go awry all the time. The dialog is extremely rough and the ‘Mature Readers’ advisory is well deserved.

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#1

  6/1/1997
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  $2.00
1 copy available for $1.99
No cover priceDaryl Thompson, James Blair, John Kostelny, Sean Herbert, William BlairDaryl Thompson, Felix Toussaint, Jeremy Pellegrin, Josh Williams, R. Scott Klauder

#2

  11/1/1997
  $2.95
  $2.95
No copies available
 John Kostelny, James Blair, William BlairScott Klauder, Josh Williams, Felix Toussaint