Sure, you can drive a freight train between issues, but when the quality of the book is this good you don't mind the wait. Seriously, artist Dustin Weaver is pulling out the work of his career, if not the best comic art of the year in these pages. How he renders some of the greatest minds of our time, yet still 'mere humans', going up against Avengers level threats like the Brood and The Celestials is just breath-taking stuff. As writer Jonathan Hickman said in promoting the book "[Dustin] makes murdering trees for print a holy and righteous thing".
Speaking of Hickman, if you are reading Jonathon's current landmark run on Fantastic Four then you have a hint of the layers and building subplots this book holds. Add to that the mysteries of The Night Machine and why Leonardo Da Vinici has travelled 400 years into the future, and you have one massive yet intricate plot, that connects the worlds first engineer Imhotep, with Issaac Newton, one of the greatest scientific minds ever to walk the planet.
At only two issues in, there's plenty of chance to jump on board before #3 hits August 4th, (preview up now on Marvel.com). This ish; Galileo vs. Galactus. Yip that's right, this guy;