Wow, this has been a long time coming. I've been working on Strange Attractors - my story about New York City, complexity theory and the people affected when they interact - since at least January 2006, and my guess is that I had the seed of the idea back in 2005. Of course, the most intense period of work was from roughly fall 2010 through fall 2012 while the story was being drawn, but still, that's a long road for any book. It hits comic store shelves today, and will be available at bookstores and via Amazon in a few weeks. I've been doing a ton of press for it, so I'm a bit talked out about the premise, but in a nutshell, it's a real-world thriller with some sci-fi touches, about two genius complexity mathematicians who are able to use extremely high-level applications of the Butterfly Effect to (more or less) make New York City do whatever they want. One of the reviews that hit today called it "equal parts Ex Machine, Sandman and Planetary," and that's a comparison I can certainly live with.
If you're the kind of reader who likes books by Jonathan Hickman, Warren Ellis or Neal Stephenson, or Christopher Nolan movies that don't involve Batman, then I think this might be your kind of story. If you'd like to know more about the story, check out this interview I did with Multiversity.com, a pretty fantastic review from MTVGeek and another lovely writeup from ComicBastards.
Here's the Amazon link if you think you might like to order it, and your local comic shop can certainly help you out as well - just ask for it.
If my ongoing work for DC or Marvel brought you here, consider trying something on the creator-owned side. I know the entire creative team is really proud of this book, and we'd love to see people reading it far and wide.