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Artistry and super-heroics collide as a colorful new superhero finds her place in the world. Animation superstars Jennifer Muro and Thomas Krajewski introduce us to a brand-new superhero with a colorful array of superpowers! Sixteen-year-old Ashley Rayburn is an upbeat girl with a decidedly downbeat past. With a criminal father in prison, Ashley has bounced from foster home Artistry and super-heroics collide as a colorful new superhero finds her place in the world. Animation superstars Jennifer Muro and Thomas Krajewski introduce us to a brand-new superhero with a colorful array of superpowers! Sixteen-year-old Ashley Rayburn is an upbeat girl with a decidedly downbeat past. With a criminal father in prison, Ashley has bounced from foster home to foster home with trouble always finding her along the way. Finally settling in with loving and supportive foster parents, Ashley's world is turned upside down again when she stumbles upon a set of body paints that grant the wearer a multitude of superpowers. But the government agency that made those paints wants them back, and now she has to make hard choices to protect her new family while overcoming the shadows of the past.


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Artistry and super-heroics collide as a colorful new superhero finds her place in the world. Animation superstars Jennifer Muro and Thomas Krajewski introduce us to a brand-new superhero with a colorful array of superpowers! Sixteen-year-old Ashley Rayburn is an upbeat girl with a decidedly downbeat past. With a criminal father in prison, Ashley has bounced from foster home Artistry and super-heroics collide as a colorful new superhero finds her place in the world. Animation superstars Jennifer Muro and Thomas Krajewski introduce us to a brand-new superhero with a colorful array of superpowers! Sixteen-year-old Ashley Rayburn is an upbeat girl with a decidedly downbeat past. With a criminal father in prison, Ashley has bounced from foster home to foster home with trouble always finding her along the way. Finally settling in with loving and supportive foster parents, Ashley's world is turned upside down again when she stumbles upon a set of body paints that grant the wearer a multitude of superpowers. But the government agency that made those paints wants them back, and now she has to make hard choices to protect her new family while overcoming the shadows of the past.

30 review for Primer: A Superhero Graphic Novel

  1. 4 out of 5

    Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin

    Gah! That was super cute and I loved the art! I borrowed it from the library but I added the paperback to my Amazon wishlist 😃. Here’s some graphics Mel 🖤🐶🐺🐾 BLOG: https://melissa413readsalot.blogspot.... Gah! That was super cute and I loved the art! I borrowed it from the library but I added the paperback to my Amazon wishlist 😃. Here’s some graphics Mel 🖤🐶🐺🐾 BLOG: https://melissa413readsalot.blogspot....

  2. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    Ashley has been bouncing from foster family to foster family since her dad went to prison. When she meets her new quirky foster parents things begin to click. He foster dad is an artist like herself and her foster mom is a scientist. When her mom brings her work home, Ashley mistakes it for a present and spills this special paint on her, each color giving her a different power. She secretly becomes Primer and fights crime. The art was great, reminiscent of a cartoon with bright colors that popped Ashley has been bouncing from foster family to foster family since her dad went to prison. When she meets her new quirky foster parents things begin to click. He foster dad is an artist like herself and her foster mom is a scientist. When her mom brings her work home, Ashley mistakes it for a present and spills this special paint on her, each color giving her a different power. She secretly becomes Primer and fights crime. The art was great, reminiscent of a cartoon with bright colors that popped. Ashley was extremely likable, cracking tons of jokes as she fights crime. Kids are going to absolutely love this. I enjoyed it quite a bit too. Received a review copy from DC and NetGalley. All thoughts are my own and in no way influenced by the aforementioned.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Drew's ambitious reading

    This was really cute and fun graphic novel! Kind of wish there's a second one but I don't think there is!): This was really cute and fun graphic novel! Kind of wish there's a second one but I don't think there is!):

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tina

    This is a Superhero Middle Grade Graphic Novel. I have to say I found this book to have a good storyline. I also really enjoyed this pictures in this book. This book is being told by a strong will girl that is in foster care named Ashley Rayburn. I love that this book shows foster care in a good light, but it also show that Ashley is still overcoming things. This is a fun graphic novel, but it as some good messages in it.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    This is a fun story, and kept me interested all the way through. Ashley is in foster care, and has been brought into just one more foster family, but they seem to click, and then she finds some cool paints, that turn out to be more than paints, and she gains superpowers from them. But, in the back of my mind, I think this diminishes how foster care really works. That it would be so easy to fit into this new family, and that Ashley would not have more problems. But, if you just read it on the surfa This is a fun story, and kept me interested all the way through. Ashley is in foster care, and has been brought into just one more foster family, but they seem to click, and then she finds some cool paints, that turn out to be more than paints, and she gains superpowers from them. But, in the back of my mind, I think this diminishes how foster care really works. That it would be so easy to fit into this new family, and that Ashley would not have more problems. But, if you just read it on the surface, it is fun, so don't try to think too hard about this. Thanks to Netgalley for making this book available for an honest review.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Cadence

    "I really liked it. Ashley likes art like me. Her jail dad is scary. I want to read another book about Primer." -Cadee, age 7 "I really liked it. Ashley likes art like me. Her jail dad is scary. I want to read another book about Primer." -Cadee, age 7

  7. 4 out of 5

    Diz

    The art is really attractive, but the story fell flat for me. It's trying to be cool, and it's trying too hard to the point of being awkward at times. The art is really attractive, but the story fell flat for me. It's trying to be cool, and it's trying too hard to the point of being awkward at times.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kadi P

    This was total perfection! It was funny, it was cute, it was completely and utterly unique. The emotions portrayed weren't hyperbolic or superficial like they usually are when it comes to DC graphic novels. The graphic novel's only downfall was how short it was, but even then it managed very well. It built up perfectly to a climactic fight and a cliffhanger ending that left me wanting more. The art was simply sublime. Absolutely beautiful. But I knew it would be. I followed the artist Gretel Lusky This was total perfection! It was funny, it was cute, it was completely and utterly unique. The emotions portrayed weren't hyperbolic or superficial like they usually are when it comes to DC graphic novels. The graphic novel's only downfall was how short it was, but even then it managed very well. It built up perfectly to a climactic fight and a cliffhanger ending that left me wanting more. The art was simply sublime. Absolutely beautiful. But I knew it would be. I followed the artist Gretel Lusky on instagram even before I knew she was illustrating this book and her art is always so expressive and amazing. And the protagonist Ashley was just a breath of fresh air! Just look at her: How could you not love her? I can't wait to see what else Primer gets up to, I would absolutely love to see her make the transition to full-blown DC comics character! I'm not sure if that'll ever come about but there definitely seems to be plans for a sequel if that ending was anything to go by...

  9. 4 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    Surprisingly good for a superhero book aimed at the elementary school market. Ashley Rayburn is spunky and creative. Her first adventure is nothing really original, but it is very solid in execution. The only missteps occurred on the last few pages when some emotional moments were rushed, an unlikely status quo was established, and a hideous costume was introduced to replace an already great look for DC's newest hero. I'd gladly pick up a sequel. Surprisingly good for a superhero book aimed at the elementary school market. Ashley Rayburn is spunky and creative. Her first adventure is nothing really original, but it is very solid in execution. The only missteps occurred on the last few pages when some emotional moments were rushed, an unlikely status quo was established, and a hideous costume was introduced to replace an already great look for DC's newest hero. I'd gladly pick up a sequel.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Stay Fetters

    Primer takes a unique spin on being a superhero. Paints that can give you superpowers and a girl kicking ass, I couldn’t ask for more. This was just awesome!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Rory Wilding

    Published as an original graphic novel, Primer tells the story of Ashley Rayburn, an orphan who has been through the foster system since the imprisonment of her criminal father. When she gets another chance to be part of another foster family, Ashley finds a new home with the Nolans: the adult hipster, Kitch, and his more sophisticated wife, Yuka. Adjusting well in her new family, despite the fear of her father clinging onto her, Ashley discovers a briefcase that is secretly kept by Yuka, who is Published as an original graphic novel, Primer tells the story of Ashley Rayburn, an orphan who has been through the foster system since the imprisonment of her criminal father. When she gets another chance to be part of another foster family, Ashley finds a new home with the Nolans: the adult hipster, Kitch, and his more sophisticated wife, Yuka. Adjusting well in her new family, despite the fear of her father clinging onto her, Ashley discovers a briefcase that is secretly kept by Yuka, who is a geneticist working for a very high-level tech company — one that’s contracted out to work for the government and the military. As the briefcase contains tubes of what looks like body paints, they comprise of a colorful array of superpowers that Ashley uses for good, despite Yuka’s worry of the paints being on the wrong heads. Please click here for my full review.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Rochester

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for my digital copy in exchange for an honest review. Outside of the Archies, I have never really been into comic books/graphic novels. For whatever reason, though, this one called to me the day I was choosing books at Netgalley. I can't say I was disappointed. The storyline was a good one, yet somewhat typical. Ashley is going from foster family to foster family while her Dad is in jail. None of them really stick until she meets her newest family. They s Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for my digital copy in exchange for an honest review. Outside of the Archies, I have never really been into comic books/graphic novels. For whatever reason, though, this one called to me the day I was choosing books at Netgalley. I can't say I was disappointed. The storyline was a good one, yet somewhat typical. Ashley is going from foster family to foster family while her Dad is in jail. None of them really stick until she meets her newest family. They seem to really care about her and she is finding herself caring about them as well. Normally, her guard is up as she knows she will probably end up leaving yet again. But this time she also makes a friend and she is fitting in better at school...so who knows? One day, she finds a case hidden away and she sees it is full of body paint...she learns that this paint can give her super powers...but in a limited capacity as she can only choose three at once. Obviously there is a bad guy because, well...it is DC. The art was great and so colorful that i flew through the book, hoping for more. I loved it and I know there are tons of kids out there that will love it too. :)

  13. 5 out of 5

    Celeste

    This was so stinking cute. The story, the art style, the relationships, the concept, were all simply adorable. I was captivated and charmed. I would buy this for any child in my life in a heartbeat. But honestly, my adult self enjoyed it immensely.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Madison Warner Fairbanks

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Very creative storyline. Fantastic artwork. Thanks to the publishing company for the ARC *****spoiler****** Not thrilled she got away with stealing from her parents without repercussions.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Brandon

    Primer is an incredible OGN starring a young middle school girl named Ashley. She's constantly going in and out of the foster system while her father is locked away in prison when she's finally adopted by two loving foster parents who want to encourage her free spirit and love of art. Ashley stumbles upon her scientist foster mother's superpower-giving-body paints, Ashley becomes a superhero of her very own! It's really such a wonderful and colourful book. Every page is exploding with vibrant col Primer is an incredible OGN starring a young middle school girl named Ashley. She's constantly going in and out of the foster system while her father is locked away in prison when she's finally adopted by two loving foster parents who want to encourage her free spirit and love of art. Ashley stumbles upon her scientist foster mother's superpower-giving-body paints, Ashley becomes a superhero of her very own! It's really such a wonderful and colourful book. Every page is exploding with vibrant colours and dynamic characters. If you pick up a book about paint that gives you superpowers, you expect the paint to look cool and feel like a big part of the story- on that point, it definitely delivers. Primer embraces the big explosion of fun you expect from animated cartoons, but packed into one cohesive comic book. The story itself manages to be heartwarming and even devastating at times, showing Ashley's insecurities and need to act out. If there are any downsides to Primer, it's that some of the jokes caused me to cringe. They felt like what adults try to say to be hip with the kids, with references to "L.O.L." and selfies. At times they were knowingly silly, like the foster father showing how dorky and laid-back he is. And, as a 26-year-old, I don't think I'm in any place to judge how "dated" or "accurate" the kids lingo is. It's definitely not a big detractor from how much I enjoyed the story overall, and with the creative team leaving room open for a sequel I'm eagerly anticipating what comes next in Ashley's story.

  16. 4 out of 5

    ˗ˏˋ janet ˊˎ˗

    “Aw dont worry pal. Maybe someday you’ll grow up to be as big and strong as a girl too!” Exactly Ashley! This was a great read and not only was it great fun but it was also super colorful and cute! Lots of girl power here <3

  17. 4 out of 5

    izzy

    cute, but a little flimsy in plot development. i enjoyed the art style. (my sister got this for xmas and i picked it up on a whim)

  18. 5 out of 5

    Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book*

    Primer by Jennifer Muro and Thomas Krajewski, 136 pages, GRAPHIC NOVEL, DC Comics, 2020, $10. 978-1401296575 Language: G (0 swears); Mature Content PG; Violence: PG BUYING ADVISORY: MS, HS – ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL: HIGH Sixteen-year old Ashley Rayburn has been in and out of foster care since her dad is in prison. She seems to have struck gold with the Nolans, especially Mr. Nolan who shares her love of art. Things get interesting when Mrs. Nolan, a scientist, tries to protect the top-secret weapo Primer by Jennifer Muro and Thomas Krajewski, 136 pages, GRAPHIC NOVEL, DC Comics, 2020, $10. 978-1401296575 Language: G (0 swears); Mature Content PG; Violence: PG BUYING ADVISORY: MS, HS – ADVISABLE AUDIENCE APPEAL: HIGH Sixteen-year old Ashley Rayburn has been in and out of foster care since her dad is in prison. She seems to have struck gold with the Nolans, especially Mr. Nolan who shares her love of art. Things get interesting when Mrs. Nolan, a scientist, tries to protect the top-secret weapons she has been working on by bringing them home. The weapons look like paint tubes. Ashley, thinking that the paints must be for her birthday, begins to experiment with them, and becomes the newest super hero, Primer. She is not the only one with an interest in the paints though and soon she has to decide what family really means. Ashley makes an interesting character. She comes with some angst from her many foster homes and her controlling dad, who is set to cause her grief in a sequel. The art is colorful and well drawn. Ashley could become the new Peter Parker for girls. Michelle in the Middle https://kissthebook.blogspot.com/2020...

  19. 5 out of 5

    Amber

    I received a complimentary copy of this ebook ARC from the author, DC entertainment publishing and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Ashley is a young girl who is stuck in foster care. When she finds some spray paint cans in her foster parents room thinking it's her birthday present, her life changes forever when she obtains Superpowers from them. Now she is being hounded by dark forces. Can she save the world and those she cares about from them? Read on and find out for yourself. This w I received a complimentary copy of this ebook ARC from the author, DC entertainment publishing and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Ashley is a young girl who is stuck in foster care. When she finds some spray paint cans in her foster parents room thinking it's her birthday present, her life changes forever when she obtains Superpowers from them. Now she is being hounded by dark forces. Can she save the world and those she cares about from them? Read on and find out for yourself. This was a pretty amazing and new Superhero graphic novel from DC entertainment publishing. I loved the storyline and the artwork was incredible. The color to black and white artwork in the book reminded me of the opening of a first volume of a Japanese manga which is pretty cool and I love how they spread that out within the story. If you love Superheroes, be sure to check out this graphic novel now available to buy wherever graphic novels , books and ebooks are sold.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Darla

    This new series from DC Comics ticks all the boxes. Sassy, confident heroine - check. Supportive sidekick -- check. Interesting set of superpowers -- doublecheck. A secure home base -- check. Somewhat dark back story -- check. The presentation does due justice to the narrative. There were chunks of panels in my DRC that were not yet inked in, but less than half. I am intrigued by this new superhero and the use of body paint (only three at a time) which give Primer thousands of different combinat This new series from DC Comics ticks all the boxes. Sassy, confident heroine - check. Supportive sidekick -- check. Interesting set of superpowers -- doublecheck. A secure home base -- check. Somewhat dark back story -- check. The presentation does due justice to the narrative. There were chunks of panels in my DRC that were not yet inked in, but less than half. I am intrigued by this new superhero and the use of body paint (only three at a time) which give Primer thousands of different combinations for fighting evil. Then there is her incarcerated father lurking in the background. Dun, dun, dun. Looking forward to the next installment! Thank you to DC Comics and NetGalley for a DRC in exchange for an honest review.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Michael Sorbello

    Ashley Rayburn is a spunky graffiti artist with a knack for getting herself in trouble. Stuck in care of the government because her single father was a violent criminal and her foster families have all given up on her after growing tired of her troublesome antics, she's a bit cynical toward others. Things take a turn for the better with her newest foster parents Kitch and Yuka. For the first time, Ashley finds parents that not only accept her, but encourage and support her zany lifestyle. Kitch i Ashley Rayburn is a spunky graffiti artist with a knack for getting herself in trouble. Stuck in care of the government because her single father was a violent criminal and her foster families have all given up on her after growing tired of her troublesome antics, she's a bit cynical toward others. Things take a turn for the better with her newest foster parents Kitch and Yuka. For the first time, Ashley finds parents that not only accept her, but encourage and support her zany lifestyle. Kitch is a carefree painter and Yuka works as a scientist. After growing accustomed to her new life, Ashley discovers a mysterious case of body paint in Yuka's bedroom which she naturally believes to be her birthday present. Little did she know, they are actually tubes of war paint created from the collected fluids of superheroes which grants people a unique array of color-coated superpowers when applied to the painter's own body. Unknowingly attracting the attention of the military and placing her new family in grave danger, Ashley takes on the mantle of a superhero and uses her artistic knowledge to fight corruption. A short and sweet comic with a very unique concept. Even though it was published by DC and references Gotham, it doesn't require any knowledge of DC superheroes to understand or appreciate the story at all. Ashley is fun and cool and I loved her relationship with her goofy new foster dad. Using different colors of paint to acquire temporary power boosts reminds me a bit of Mistborn's magic system of burning different types of metals for similar effects to take place. The villains weren't interesting and there were some cringy lines involving social media slang, but it was a nice and engaging read overall.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Lost in Book Land

    Happy Tuesday! (Also called new book day)!  I have been keeping busy reading and playing tons and tons of animal crossing (I recently got super into terrforming and now my island is not only a hot mess but I have a million ideas that all take hours)! I am also slowly getting back into watching some television shows (I kind of stopped watching stuff for a little bit there) but I am currently enjoying season two of Good Girls and really excited to pick up season two of the Politician. Something els Happy Tuesday! (Also called new book day)!  I have been keeping busy reading and playing tons and tons of animal crossing (I recently got super into terrforming and now my island is not only a hot mess but I have a million ideas that all take hours)! I am also slowly getting back into watching some television shows (I kind of stopped watching stuff for a little bit there) but I am currently enjoying season two of Good Girls and really excited to pick up season two of the Politician. Something else I have been loving lately is DC comics, I started reading these a little while back (I can not remember my first one but I think it was Batgirl, which I thoroughly enjoyed)! These are graphic novels I can read through in a sitting and I love grabbing a cup of hot chocolate or hot tea and reading one or two of these! Today's read is DC's latest comic, called Primer (and this one is definitely one of my top two favorites I have read of theirs so far). SPOILERS AHEAD Ashley is going through a rough time in her life. She is living in a group home and interviewing with families to try to be adopted while her notorious crime father is in prison. One day a couple comes to the group home to meet her for an interview to possibly foster/adopt her. Ashley is hesitant as always however, the meeting goes great and she hits it off with them! Ashley is soon moving in with them and things are going okay until she overhears the wife saying something that sounds like she regrets having Ashley move in. One day Ashley is left home alone and is able to explore the home, she comes upon a brief case and opens it up to find tons of paints. She begins to mess with the paints (thinking they might be a birthday gift for her) and soon realizes these are much more than just paint. Each paint gives you a super power! Now Ashley can be an amazing superhero and change up the powers she has anytime, but where did these paints come from? And what about that comment that Ashley overheard? This is one of my favorite DC comics, maybe ever (I am still on my DC comics reading journey). I loved Ashley and her new family so much! They all have these individual personalities that mess so well and I loved seeing this family come together (my favorite character might be the husband but its hard to pick). Additionally, I loved the paints, I thought this was a cool mechanic and I loved all the combinations she could make (the list of what all the paints do in the graphic novel was also super cool as well). The artwork in this graphic novel definitely made it come alive and I found myself staring at a lot of the pages/panels and looking over them again and again. They were bright and brilliant! I would love to see more graphic novels with Primer in the very near future! Goodreads Rating: 5 Stars

  23. 5 out of 5

    Meghan

    This book was received as an ARC from DC Entertainment - DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own. I was smiling from ear to ear from reading this book that I could not stop reading. The concept was genius and the plot was so intoxicatingly exciting that a lot of our young readers will be looking to read this book. Ashley is struggling to fit in with her new family and new life but remain upbeat during the process. One day sh This book was received as an ARC from DC Entertainment - DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own. I was smiling from ear to ear from reading this book that I could not stop reading. The concept was genius and the plot was so intoxicatingly exciting that a lot of our young readers will be looking to read this book. Ashley is struggling to fit in with her new family and new life but remain upbeat during the process. One day she comes home from school knowing that her mother Yuka works for a top secret agency and her latest project is a set of body paints for the military that when applied, the person will be granted special powers. Yuka fears that these paints will be misused so she sneaks them home and replaces them with regular paint at the lab. Ashley finds these paints and chaos erupts. Now Ashley has become public enemy number one and her new parents and friends is in jeopardy. Now with these new powers and the military finding out there secret weapon has been compromised, Ashley must do whatever it takes to save her family and friends. This was such a creative spark to the DC Universe. I know our readers will love this book and will be talking about it. We will consider adding this title to our JGraphic Novel collection at our library. That is why we give this book 5 stars.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Mid-Continent Public Library

    This new series from DC Comics ticks all the boxes. Sassy, confident heroine - check. Supportive sidekick -- check. Interesting set of superpowers -- doublecheck. A secure home base -- check. Somewhat dark back story -- check. The presentation does due justice to the narrative. There were chunks of panels in my DRC that were not yet inked in, but less than half. I am intrigued by this new superhero and the use of body paint (only three at a time) which give Primer thousands of different combinat This new series from DC Comics ticks all the boxes. Sassy, confident heroine - check. Supportive sidekick -- check. Interesting set of superpowers -- doublecheck. A secure home base -- check. Somewhat dark back story -- check. The presentation does due justice to the narrative. There were chunks of panels in my DRC that were not yet inked in, but less than half. I am intrigued by this new superhero and the use of body paint (only three at a time) which give Primer thousands of different combinations for fighting evil. Then there is her incarcerated father lurking in the background. Dun, dun, dun. Looking forward to the next installment! *Review by Darla from Red Bridge*

  25. 4 out of 5

    Gabriela

    This was such a great graphic novel, I loved it! I really recommend it if you want a quick and funny read. P.s. the art was super cute 🥺

  26. 4 out of 5

    Philip

    5 stars for the artwork - really nice stuff - and close to 4 for the overall superhero concept. But only 3 for the story, especially the origin part, in that she basically gets her powers by being a sneaky jerk and betraying the trust of the only people that really care for her. Even for a 13-year-old, not cool. (Like Scottie Young's excellent if really warped series I Hate Fairyland, this was recommended by my son, who works at Barnes & Noble) 5 stars for the artwork - really nice stuff - and close to 4 for the overall superhero concept. But only 3 for the story, especially the origin part, in that she basically gets her powers by being a sneaky jerk and betraying the trust of the only people that really care for her. Even for a 13-year-old, not cool. (Like Scottie Young's excellent if really warped series I Hate Fairyland, this was recommended by my son, who works at Barnes & Noble)

  27. 5 out of 5

    Stefanie

    This new DC Comics Kids graphic novel is a masterpiece!! I just adore Primer- she’s a rad artist superhero that so many kids will connect with!! The illustrations are stunning and I can’t wait to add it to my classroom library!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Readingwithnori

    Let me just say that this has become of my favorite illustrations because Wow! It’s beautiful. I know this is for a younger age but as an adult I still really enjoyed it.

  29. 5 out of 5

    hayes(*☻-☻*)

    it was super cute 🌈

  30. 4 out of 5

    M. Reads Books and Fics

    This book was so fun! I loved it, and I can’t wait for more. Middle superhero books are so awesome. I definitely would suggest this to kids who love comics and want a unique read!

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