Reviews Issues #1-6 This miniseries was somewhat interesting we see all these people getting infected by a parasitic alien that gives them powers….before taking over and killing them. Concept-wise the story seemed appealing, unfortunately there wasn't enough to really get you vested in the characters. The cliffhanging ending also didn't help endear the characters to the reader. The art style and coloring were appealing, so that was a major save. Based on how this series ended, I’d be interested in tie-up issue or maybe even an appearance of the surviving characters in Action Comics or Superman; after all, they did ride off to Metropolis. Rating 3 out of 5 Read@Book
This was a fun, dinosaur filled graphic novel. For the most part it’s all in black and white which was a bit of a turnoff for the younger kids. Personally I felt this book was more for children 8/9+, but its very eye catching to smaller kids because “who doesn’t love dinosaurs?” Rating 5 out of 5 Read@Book
is a real sweetheart; she takes in her friend’s baby and wants so badly to
protect the baby from his murderous father. Everything is going great until the
father’s family comes into the picture and they want to take baby Joey.
has been sent to find and recover his step-brother’s baby. Just one or maybe
more than one problem. He didn’t expect to actually find a baby or fall in
loved the dynamic between the two characters because while women are often
written as becoming all tongue tied and basically dumb when they see a good
looking guy, Rosalie kicked butt. She wasn’t intimidated by Morgan and she went
toe to toe with him.
do get some crazy other characters come in and they make the drama all the more
fun. The final scene was a bit mild, I felt it could have ended on a higher
note, but it was still nice.
story was well written, I simply did not like the main guy. I really think
Sawyer comes across as a jerk and it detracted from the “love” we as a reader
are supposed to see between these two characters.
liked that Jill went out and tried to date other men after Sawyer rejected her,
but it annoyed the hell out of me that they would go to the bar/restaurant
owned by Sawyer.
towards the end I couldn’t really like Sawyer; and then his friendship with
Brandi, who was supposed to be like Jill’s competition, just made him even less
likable. Sawyer is supposed to come across as this really nice guy trying to
help out a single mom from an abused relationship, but all it did was come
across as like he was unintentionally stringing two women along.