Superfail by Max Brunner
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Thanks @Running_Press for the free book for review on Kidliterati.com.
In a world where obtaining a superpower is pretty common, Marshall is part of the minority whose superpowers are unfortunately limited by a form of disability.
The story is quite fast paced and the color scheme adds to the feeling of excitement and action. I liked how Marshall eventually decided to turn having crossed eyes into an asset instead of a hindrance.
Although I understood the purpose behind the premise I couldn’t help but wonder why Marshall’s form of disability wasn’t in fact the source of his superpower. Of course it sounds like something a very famous author had already done.
Despite that little difference of opinion, I believe this is a fun graphic novel that will appeal to audiences who are very much into super heroes, adventures and mayhem.
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