The Think Tank story continues to evolve with issue #5. There is enough background setup in this book to make it a good jumping-on point, although you will more likely be ready to buy the Volume 1 collection.
There is a new element to the Think Tank story in this issue: a more whimsical humor that comes through, particularly when describing grim details about how DNA can be deconstructed to help identify targets for genocide. It's a grim subject, and Hawkins and Ekedal keep us pushing forward to see the horror that is possible within our own real world.
Top notch book.
[5 of 5 Stars!]