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by Grace Randolph,Craig Rousseau

Download Marvel Her-Oes ePub
  • ISBN 0785148426
  • ISBN13 978-0785148425
  • Language English
  • Author Grace Randolph,Craig Rousseau
  • Publisher Marvel; First Edition edition (November 3, 2010)
  • Pages 208
  • Formats azw mbr lrf rtf
  • Category Teenagers
  • Subcategory Literature and Fiction
  • Size ePub 1401 kb
  • Size Fb2 1422 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 174

High school equals: bad cafeteria food, bullies, gym class and...people with secret super powers? As if!! Janet Van Dyne's no stranger to the pitfalls of teenage living, but it's about to get a whole lot trickier now that she has powers of her own. It's hard keeping a secret like that in high school, especially when it would be so easy to send some blasts in the direction of her nemesis and popular ice queen, Namora. Maybe Janet would get a break then. Too bad she's stuck pretending she's normal. Too bad she's in this all alone...or is she? Jenny Walters has some anger issues herself, causing her to Hulk out! Turns out the school theatre isn't the only place you'll fi nd some drama this year!! COLLECTING: Her-oes #1-4, Savage She-Hulk #1

by Grace Randolph (Author), Craig Rousseau (Illustrator). Popular YouTube showbiz reporter Grace Randolph practiced what she preaches by writing this female positive story that's perfect for youth and teens.

by Grace Randolph (Author), Craig Rousseau (Illustrator).

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Grace Randolph (born February 5, 1987) is an American comic book writer, and the host and creator of the YouTube channels Beyond the Trailer, Movie Math, and Think About the Ink. She has written numerous comics, including Justice League Unlimited an. .

Grace Randolph (born February 5, 1987) is an American comic book writer, and the host and creator of the YouTube channels Beyond the Trailer, Movie Math, and Think About the Ink. She has written numerous comics, including Justice League Unlimited and X-Men: Nation X, as well as creating the original comic book series Grace Randolph's Supurbia. Grace Randolph studied at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, and was part of the Upright Citizens Brigade comedy group.

Craig Rousseau is an American comic book artist. During his career Rousseau has worked for various comic book companies, but is best known for his work on DC Comics titles like Harley Quinn, Batman Beyond and Impulse. He also worked for Disney Adventures (Kim Possible), Beckett (Ruule: Kiss and Tell, Ronin Hood of the 47 Samurai, The Cobbler’s Monster), Image Comics (Tellos: The Last Heist, Tales of Tellos, Invincible Handbook, Monster Pile-up) and Marvel Comics' Creative Services.

Город: New York CityПодписчиков: 71 ты. себе: Grace is the creator/host of Beyond Th.

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Fan artist by Craig Rousseau. DC Looney Tunes Variant Covers Catwoman by Darwyn Cooke Batman Beyond by Craig Rousseau Robin: Son Of Batman by Patrick Gleason Wonder Woman by Terry and Rachel Dodson Superman by Ryan Sook Grayson by Mikel Janin Sinestro by Dan Panosian Superman/Wonder Woman by Karl Kerschl Black Canary by Pia Guerra.

Grace Randolph has crafted a story that emulates the concerns and . Written by Grace Randolph. Pencils & Cover by Craig Rousseau.

Amanda McDonald for NEWSARAMA. is that Jennifer/She-Hulk looks more like a monster than a super-model when she transform. wise decision here that I’m proud the creators made and Marvel let them run with. Kelly Thompson of COMIC BOOK RESOURCES SHE HAS NO HEAD.

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Kamuro
Popular YouTube showbiz reporter Grace Randolph practiced what she preaches by writing this female positive story that's perfect for youth and teens.
Dranar
I must say I was impressed with this mini series, as it truly was an enjoyable read with some interesting art involved as well.

It gives out a nice look into the Superheroines of the Marvel Universe, but set in the classic teenage background setting of high school.

The reason I gave this a 3 out of 5 is due to the fact that the story sort of lacks some more well known Marvel superheroines...I mean outside She-Hulk and Wasp, due to their animated appearances, I don't think anyone would know who is Miss America or Namora, or even Moonstone.

I mean Ms. Marvel Was just a brief cameo appearance in this tale, but other than that, no one else was involved.

Which once again makes me feel sad for this mini, as it was an enjoyable read. I mean I would love to see a sequel to the tale, introducing the teenage versions of the Invisible Woman, Black Widow, and maybe Storm of the X-men.

Also having the first issue of the Savage She-Hulk at the end of the tale was a nice bonus as well. :D

I would recommend this to anyone who has a girlfriend, relationship wise or not, who is interested in comics and wishes to know more about them. As I will think that they may also find this an enjoyable read too.
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The kind of drivel that someone who wants Deadpool to be a PG 13 movie would write.