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->This is 911 dispatch...and the nature of your emergency...fire, ambulance, police or...'''physics?'''

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->This ->''This is 911 dispatch...and the nature of your emergency...fire, ambulance, police or...'''physics?'''
'''physics?'''''


* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler: Jay Kelly [[DeathEqualsRedemption sacrifices himself]] to ensure that Adam is able to escape the Bubbleverse in issue 4.]]

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* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler: Jay Kelly [[DeathEqualsRedemption sacrifices himself]] to ensure that Adam is able to escape the Bubbleverse in issue 4.]]]]
* IntimateHealing: [[spoiler: Rosa and Adam Hardy in Vol. 2: Wish You Were Here]]
* DisappearedDad: Adam Hardy's father was killed chasing quantum tornadoes before the series starts.
* PrivatelyOwnedSociety: FBP is privatized after a mishap in the first book.


''FBP: The Federal Bureau of Physics,'' [[http://geek-news.mtv.com/2013/08/12/collider-fbp-federal-bureau-of-physics/ previously known as ''Collider'']] is a ScienceFiction comic book by Simon Oliver and Robbi Rodriguez, and is published by VertigoComics. The series centres on a world similar to our own, where a series of strange and unexpected phenomena have led scientists to conclude that the laws of physics aren't as carved in stone as we had believed. However, humanity adapted to the changes, and the new paradigm of unpredictable physics became a part of our normal, everyday lives, particularly to the creation of a new government agency with the mandate of “to prevent and protect.” Its official title: The Federal Bureau of Physics.

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''FBP: The Federal Bureau of Physics,'' [[http://geek-news.mtv.com/2013/08/12/collider-fbp-federal-bureau-of-physics/ previously known as ''Collider'']] is a ScienceFiction comic book by Simon Oliver and Robbi Rodriguez, and is published by VertigoComics.Creator/VertigoComics. The series centres on a world similar to our own, where a series of strange and unexpected phenomena have led scientists to conclude that the laws of physics aren't as carved in stone as we had believed. However, humanity adapted to the changes, and the new paradigm of unpredictable physics became a part of our normal, everyday lives, particularly to the creation of a new government agency with the mandate of “to prevent and protect.” Its official title: The Federal Bureau of Physics.


''FBP: The Federal Bureau of Physics,'' [[http://geek-news.mtv.com/2013/08/12/collider-fbp-federal-bureau-of-physics/ previously known as ''Collider'']] is a ScienceFiction comic book by Simon Oliver and Robbi Rodriguez, and is published by VertigoComics. The series centres on a world similar to our own, where a series of strange and unexpected phenomena have led scientists to conclude that the laws of physics aren't as carved in stone as we had believed. However, humanity adapted to the changes, and the new paradigm of unpredictable physics became a part of our normal, everyday lives, particularly to the creation of a a new government agency with the mandate of “to prevent and protect.” Its official title: The Federal Bureau of Physics.

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''FBP: The Federal Bureau of Physics,'' [[http://geek-news.mtv.com/2013/08/12/collider-fbp-federal-bureau-of-physics/ previously known as ''Collider'']] is a ScienceFiction comic book by Simon Oliver and Robbi Rodriguez, and is published by VertigoComics. The series centres on a world similar to our own, where a series of strange and unexpected phenomena have led scientists to conclude that the laws of physics aren't as carved in stone as we had believed. However, humanity adapted to the changes, and the new paradigm of unpredictable physics became a part of our normal, everyday lives, particularly to the creation of a a a new government agency with the mandate of “to prevent and protect.” Its official title: The Federal Bureau of Physics.



* ParentalAbandonment: Adam's father disappeared while investigating an anomaly

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* ParentalAbandonment: Adam's father disappeared while investigating an anomalyanomaly.


* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler: Jay Kelly [[DeathEqualsRedemption sacrifices himself]] to ensure that Adam is able to escape the Bubbleverse]]

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* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler: Jay Kelly [[DeathEqualsRedemption sacrifices himself]] to ensure that Adam is able to escape the Bubbleverse]]Bubbleverse in issue 4.]]


* CorruptCorporateExecutive: James Crest of Crest Corp., Inc. He welcomes staying in the Bubbleverse just to escape the investigation of the SEC.



** TheLancer: Jay Kelly

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** TheLancer: Jay KellyKelly



* MundaneMadeAwesome: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. The phenomena of failures in physics is treated as relatively ordinary such that the government has a specifically designated bureau in charge of correcting these errors.
* NoSenseOfHumor: Jefe

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* MundaneMadeAwesome: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. The phenomena of failures in physics is are treated as relatively ordinary such that the government has a specifically designated bureau in charge of correcting addressing these errors.
occurrences.
* NoSenseOfHumor: JefeCicero



* StoicSpectacles: Jefe

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* StoicSpectacles: JefeCicero
* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler: Jay Kelly [[DeathEqualsRedemption sacrifices himself]] to ensure that Adam is able to escape the Bubbleverse]]

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* PocketDimension: A bubble universe, called a Hoff's Gravitational Inversion, forms at the end of issue 1. In issue 2, it's further explained that this is not a true parallel universe, and will collapse within 36 hours, killing anyone trapped inside.


* MundaneMadeAwesome: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. The phenomenal of failures in physics is treated as relatively ordinary such that the government has a specifically designated bureau in charge of correcting these errors.

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* MundaneMadeAwesome: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. The phenomenal phenomena of failures in physics is treated as relatively ordinary such that the government has a specifically designated bureau in charge of correcting these errors.


* ParentalAbandonment: Adam's father disappeared while investigating an anomaly

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* NoSenseOfHumor: Jefe
* ParentalAbandonment: Adam's father disappeared while investigating an anomalyanomaly
* StoicSpectacles: Jefe

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[[caption-width-right:251: Given the right conditions, the impossible's always possible]]

->This is 911 dispatch...and the nature of your emergency...fire, ambulance, police or...'''physics?'''

''FBP: The Federal Bureau of Physics,'' [[http://geek-news.mtv.com/2013/08/12/collider-fbp-federal-bureau-of-physics/ previously known as ''Collider'']] is a ScienceFiction comic book by Simon Oliver and Robbi Rodriguez, and is published by VertigoComics. The series centres on a world similar to our own, where a series of strange and unexpected phenomena have led scientists to conclude that the laws of physics aren't as carved in stone as we had believed. However, humanity adapted to the changes, and the new paradigm of unpredictable physics became a part of our normal, everyday lives, particularly to the creation of a a new government agency with the mandate of “to prevent and protect.” Its official title: The Federal Bureau of Physics.

What was extraordinary soon became ordinary, a part of people’s daily lives. They move on and do what people have always done: survive. But even that new status quo is now under threat. Things are getting worse, and it falls to Special Agent Adam Hardy and his FBP team to figure out what’s going on, before it’s too late…

!!The series contains examples of:
* FiveManBand
** TheHero: Adam Hardy
** TheLancer: Jay Kelly
** TheSmartGuy: Jefe Cicero
* MundaneMadeAwesome: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. The phenomenal of failures in physics is treated as relatively ordinary such that the government has a specifically designated bureau in charge of correcting these errors.
* ParentalAbandonment: Adam's father disappeared while investigating an anomaly

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