My kids are thrilled that there will be regular issues of "The Incredibles" to look forward to. Of all the comic books they get a chance to read "- from "Tiny Titans" to the "Marvel Adventures" line -" "Incredibles" is the one they keep asking for. Waid's Silver Age sensibilities are perfect for this throwback book. If nothing else comes of the BOOM! Kids line, the five issues of "The Incredibles" to this point is a fine legacy. This is what comics should be " readable, enjoyable, and share-able. I can hand this off to my kids without redacting any spicy language or situations. I'm anxious to see if the stories that took place before the film continue to be told, or if we make a jump to "after the film" with issue # 1. We'll have our answer soon enough -" and another "Incredible" read. Read Full Review
On the whole, Incredibles #0 was a moderately enjoyable comic book that I picked up for my daughter, and one that I think she will enjoy--but I don't think it's on par with the film that was made to greatly appeal to children and adults alike. Read Full Review
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