Bravest Warriors Vol 1: graphic novel

Author: Joey Comeau

Artist: Mike Holmes

Genre: sci-fic, humor

Age: Kids

Summary: Join Chris, Wallow, Beth and Danny, four 16-year-old heroes-for-hire, as they warp from galaxy to galaxy, saving alien races with the power of their...emotions. They're noble, righteous and totally bodacious!

Review: The color palette used bright and soft colors. Each character has its own color similar to some old cartoons. The character design is similar to a lot of cartoons and graphic novels mainly ones for kids. Their not sharp edges making everything smooth. It seen like is a trend to have this marshmallow style nowadays.

At first, the humor felt childish. As I read further it got better, however, it still felt a bit silly. In the beginning, the characters are introduced briefly and then the story takes off from there. The reason so many graphic novels are a hit or miss for me is that they don't take their time to establish the world and characters. Instead, they jump right into the story and the information is made up on the spot.

Anyways this is a good graphic novel for kids.

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