The Five Fists of Science – Matt Fraction

Take Mark Twain, Nikola Tesla, and Baroness von Suttner and pit them against J. P. Morgan, Thomas Edison, Guglielmo Marconi, and Andrew Carnegie (yeah, I didn't know von Suttner and Marconi either) in a plot that involves Lovecraftian monsters and robot peacekeepers and you'd think you'd have a winner. You'd think that but Fraction really only provides proof that you can take historical characters and produce wild adventures for them, rather than actually produce it. It's too rushed and focuses on some not-so-funny gags instead of characters.