The Bunker kicks off the difficult to swallow proposal that five college friends hold the future of the human race in their hands and send back a bunker to their past selves to try and advert an armageddon they caused.
Once you struggle past it though it moves on to some of the intriguing implications of time travel. How does knowledge affect someone's actions. Are the characters changing the future or acting to bring about what they now know?
The art and colouring style is also very attractive being sparse, dynamic and impressionistic.