James Tynion IV and Martin Simmonds (producing some wonderfully lush art) introduce us to a world that feels all-too relevant to our own. One in which a mysterious Department of Truth works tirelessly to maintain the objective truth of history (or at least their subjective truth) in the face of that most pernicious of enemies: faith. Because in this world, truth is shaped by belief, and all of the conspiracies that worm their way into our discourse are true if enough people believe them to be true. The Department’s job is to keep a lid on them all, make sure they don’t spiral out of control and shape the world beyond a point of no return. It’s a great hook, and one we’re introduced to through the rookie agent eyes of Cole Turner as he joins the Department and meets its head: one Lee Harvey Oswald.