Almost a superhero

Side-kicked Side-Kicked by Russell Brettholtz, Miguel Mendonca, Bong Dazo

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I received this copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Goodreads blurb:

It should come as no surprise to learn that within the superhero “community,” egos run rampant. But how does all that free-flowing narcissism impact those just outside the spotlight? Chicago finds out when five of the city’s most loyal Sidekicks finally grow tired of being disrespected by both the prima donnas they work with and the citizenry they strive to protect. And it’s not like the Windy City needs yet another labor upheaval…

The graphic is fine, all the hero and villain costumes are quite cool, the powers they have might be interesting, but there’s not much use of them. There’re very few panels that show you some action, most of them is talking or thinking about heroes’ ignorance toward their sidekicks. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t mind some dialogs instead of action, it just wasn’t that interesting. Continue reading “Almost a superhero”