Sunday, 7 February 2021

Book Review: Villainous by Stonie Williams and Jef Sadzinski (Graphic Novel)

Title: Villainous
Author: Stonie Williams and Jef Sadzinski
Publisher: Mad Cave Studios
Publication Date: 4 May 2021
Pages:
112
Format:
eBook - PDF
Genre: Graphic Novel
Source: ARC via NetGalley

Tilly, one of the newest super-powered people to join the Coalition of Heroes, is doing her best to navigate the dizzying world of superheroes. Working with her idols should be a dream come true, but when she learns the truth, Tilly's dream quickly becomes a nightmare. Now, Tilly has to make a choice - Get in line and stand with her heroes, or take a stand and risk becoming something more... Villainous.

 

Villainous was an enjoyable enough tale, if highly predictable since its plot line is one we've all seen many times before. But the illustration was okay and reading it was a pleasant way to pass an entertaining half an hour.  This is not a book I'd rush to return to again and again, but it has something to offer fans of the superhero genre, so if you like superhero stories and graphic novels, it is worth checking out. It gets 3.5 stars from me. Good, just nothing new or surprising.

I received this book as a free eBook ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. 

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