• Quantum physics is notoriously difficult to explain but help is at hand! Billed as 'Tintin meets Brian Cox', the book was created by theoretical physicist Thibault Damour and illustrator Mathieu Burniat so it's as scientifically accurate as it is beautiful

    BBC Focus
  • An extraordinary popular science book

    RTBF, Belgium
  • Can quantum physics lend itself to a comic book? Yes, it can. Scripted by Thibault Damour, professor of theoretical physics, and drawn by Mathieu Burniat who uses colour cleverly, this book is outstanding. You really do feel smarter after reading it!

  • The most complex comic book I've seen and one of the most exciting... A feast for readers who are curious to know more about physics

  • A triumph

    Le Parisien
  • Tintin for nerds

    Stylist, France
  • You have to be pretty brave to tackle quantum physics in a comic book. But you can trust Thibault Damour, a great physicist, to be your tour guide... I won't lie: you have to focus a little to follow along, but the story and Mathieu Burniat's drawings offer us a rare chance to understand these fascinating theories. Go for it!

    Science et vie

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