The best parts of the plot are when Guggenheim surprises the reader by subverting expectations. I didn't expect the pocket universe to reference a well-known 1953 lithograph, and the surprise of recognition was delightful. Jonas' progressively ridiculous accomplishments, the dorky way he named his formula "DeathCure" and the offbeat charm of the pawnshop scene are all big plusses. The humor and compact, self-contained structure of "The Infinite Adventures of Jonas Quantum" #1 are enjoyable but, to hook readers for the long haul, either the plotting or the characterization will need to step it up. Read Full Review
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