I'm a well read technosexual who's bluntly honest about all things, although I try to be most honest about myself.
A quick read, but mostly because I really wanted to know what happens. Ivar, the Eternal Walker - or Timewalker - stops a Dr. Neela Seethi before she creates a time machine. Why slowly starts to unravel in this first volume, and it's more personal than I expected. And that's what I love about this: it doesn't shy away from paradoxes, and how to stop them, it doesn't take itself seriously, and at heart, it's about the connections people make and what they'll do to keep them.
Fun, funny, with loads of action, character development, and slick, beautiful art.