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Can they stop a relentless young man driven mad by love to revise history no matter what?
First issue for new series artist, Giancarlo Caracuzzo.
3 stories and 92 pages long.
Don't go to sleep.
Nothing was ever the same again.
But after a while, even impending doom starts to feel ordinary.
The Japan Self-Defense Forces are still looking for a way to combat the alien threat, but so far conventional weapons have had no effect. Maybe it’s time to try something unconventional.
Meanwhile, Kadode Koyama and her best friend avidly track the aliens’ movements on social media and less enthusiastically study for college entrance exams. When the end of the world looms overhead, you learn to take things one step at a time.-- VIZ Media
Unwilling to task the significantly more fragile human lives against the threat of vampyrism, Pythagoras travels constantly, moving from threat to threat and always keeping a vast mathematical model of the vampyr nation in his head, to track his quest to its completion. How will he address the challenge of finding his prey when they are trying to hide?
Written by Hannibal Tabu (2012 Top Cow Talent Hunt winner, Aspen Universe Sourcebooks, The Buy Pile reviews column at Comic Book Resources), Irrational Numbers: Addition is a 52-page alternative history supernatural adventure, a landscape format book with art by Giancarlo Caracuzzo (Batman ‘66, World War Mob, Avengers vs. Atlas), colors by Flavia Caracuzzo, letters by Josephine Roberts with Nate Wunderman providing the original concept, editing and publishing.