☆ String Divers || Ì PDF Download by ✓ Chris Ryall Nelson Dániel Ashley Wood Neil Uyetake

By Chris Ryall Nelson Dániel Ashley Wood Neil Uyetake | Comments: ( 374 ) | Date: ( Mar 31, 2020 )

Meet the String Divers A renegade team called upon to save the universe from arcane threats at the sub microscopic level String theory made real, and real thrilling, in Unified Chaos Theory


  • Title: String Divers
  • Author: Chris Ryall Nelson Dániel Ashley Wood Neil Uyetake
  • ISBN: 9781631405600
  • Page: 277
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments String Divers

  • Jim

    Fascinating! Androids that explore string theory at the subatomic level. And they can quote The Doors! Wow. And a bit intense. If found it was easy to get wrapped up in the story. But it was all a bit weird. And the ending was a bit sudden. It would have been nice to explore the impacts of what happened. Interesting enough for a 3-star "I liked it". Thanks to NetGalley and IDW Comics for a copy in return for an honest review.


  • Wayne McCoy

    'String Divers' by Chris Ryall with art by Nelson Daniel is a microcosmic adventure. I was reminded a bit of the Micronauts when reading it, but that's probably just me.There are problems at the subatomic level. The only way to patrol and fix them is with a special team of robots (nanobots?) called the String Divers. Each one has a different specialty and a different color to match. When a problem occurs, Red is torn in half, along with a chunk of our cosmic boundaries. A new Red is revived, but [...]


  • Benjamin

    Not as profound or meta as I think the author wanted. The humor is cheeky and adds a layer of fun that unfortunately only served to downplay the seriousness of the plot at times. The string divers, being androids, were still the most emotionally complex characters between these pages and the Team of experts under Cern were completely underdeveloped. Really doubting it gets better.


  • Alicia

    Kind of a mess. Couldn't tell if this was attempting to do too much with too little, or too little with too much. Some lovely art and some big big ideas but a 5-book run couldn't ever do them justice, and it came off harried and perplexing rather than exhilarating and elaborate.


  • Chad

    Think Metal Men for the sub-atomic set. It's a clever idea to create a super team to battle things at the quark level. It doesn't quite work though because there's no real villain in the book.Received an advance copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.


  • Patrick

    I'll say this, this a unique book. I didn't particularly love it, it falls into the "okay" category for me personally. It kind of reminds me of Power Rangers it a way. Overall Just okay to me.I received an advanced copy of this from NetGalley and the publisher


  • William Dale

    Meh! Really 2.5. I didn't hate it but I didn't like it much either. Decent artwork and a couple of cool ideas but cheesy language in spots and a really rushed and unsatisfying ending. I won't be continuing with this series.


  • Andres

    So weird. Enjoyed the artwork, the personalities of the colors, but it's full of wtf moments during the story.


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