Mr. Higgins was just the beginning! Follow Professor J.T. Meinhardt and Mr. Knox as they continue their pursuit of ne’er-do-well creatures of the night!
More Like a One Liner Than a Story
It's hard to recommend this one, with art so "stylistic" it's hard to tell what's going on half the time, and heroes who don't need to be there for the stories' resolutions. It's not boring, but at the end, it feels more like a bad joke than a tale of evil.
The main draw here is clearly the ninjas, and like any superhero team, they’ve got their hidden traumas and skeletons in the closet
A Fine Outing That Just Never Reaches Greatness
The Killers has quite an ensemble cast, and trying to balance everyone's screen time may be why everyone fails to shine. It's a good read, but everything is a little too straight and easy, and happens so fast that the book falls just short of being truly impressive.
Warbringer is an interesting tale to be sure. It’s the graphic novel adaptation of a New York Time’s bestselling novel, that was itself an adaptation of a comic book character.
Wonder Woman for the YA Crowd
Based on a New York Times Bestselling Novel, Warbringer is the story of Diana's first adventures off the island of Themyscira. There's a decidedly young tone to almost everything, from the muted violence to the fashion designer sidekick, but the book never devolves into pandering to its audience, making it an entertaining read for all ages.