Get Quantically Entangled in ‘Federal Bureau of Physics’ #12

When you break the law, you go to jail. When you break the laws of reality, you go to a pocket universe. That’s why the Federal Bureau of Physics spends a lot more time retrieving people from tiny, surreal environments than the FBI spends putting them in one. It’s also why this heady but trackable mix of sci-fi and character drama sees its main character, Adam Hardy, tripping through some truly weird places while he gets closer to the truth about his father.

Let’s see what he’s up to now, which is exactly what all the other characters in this issue wish they could do. And see how long you stare at the Rorschach blot of quantum entanglement (Keen work, artist Robbi Rodriguez!) in the final page of this preview. Or is that romantic entanglement? The lines between the two, like the realities they traverse, are blurry here, but they contain visions within visions.

We wish someone would really build a portable paradise generator.

We wish someone would really build a portable paradise generator.

Weekend at Hardy's!

Weekend at Hardy’s!

Scientists can be astonishingly irrational. That's why we dress as a bat to strike fear into that superstitious, cowardly lot.

Scientists can be astonishingly irrational. That’s why we dress as a bat to strike fear into that superstitious, cowardly lot.

The flaw in your theory is it doesn't account for a lack of all-Doritos-and-orgies reality we would surely create.

The flaw in your theory is it doesn’t account for a lack of all-Doritos-and-orgies reality we would surely create.

Oh, c'mon, that line never works...

Oh, c’mon, that line never works…

Okay, it worked this ONE time, but you had to visit a different reality to make it happen.

Okay, it worked this ONE time, but you had to visit a different reality to make it happen.

Cross dimensions with F.B.P #12, out this Wednesday!


Brendan McGinley is editor round these parts when not writing comics or Cracked columns. You can say a neighborly hello to him on Twitter @BrendanMcGinley. You’d probably enjoy his supervillain comic Heist, if you’re a fan of tarnished souls and brutal retribution. 

Down we go.

Crime pays.

Brendan recently interviewed the Batman Eternal creators about how much fun they’re having and quizzed Gail Simone on what makes for great character moments. He also strongly advised you to hop aboard the Injustice: Gods Among Us train.

Injustice Gods Among Us Vol2

They don’t look happy, but we are.

 

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