When the motley crew of Washington, Franklin, and Revere discover a sinister plot to enslave the free world, they must use their newfound powers to strike backbut not before they engage in battle with the spectral force of Americas first conquerors!
With the general plan of stopping Hammond from his ambitions laid out and making it clear who the core group will be made up of, this issue essentially moves us right along and does so at a good pace. Having a straightforward goal set, that can have its own twists and turns, makes it easily accessible. Providing the core group with abilities due to what George is doing does take it into your traditional team/superhero leanings, but it's fun to see these characters at younger ages getting caught up in it all and wanting to see the way it impacts others piece of history going forward. There's a lot of charm with this book so far, well matched by the artwork, and though I was a bit wary of the first issue with some of its structural issues, this one paves the way for a much smoother and more enjoyable read, making me excited to see what's coming next rather than just curious. Read Full Review
The story arc continuation is solid and nothing out of the ordinary from an ongoing book and the way that the first two issues leave us is acceptable to say the least. I cant stand books that leave us with little or no satisfaction or abruptly like they simply took a book and broke it up, and the first two dont do that. They pick pivotal points and leave us with a hook but they do it tastefully and at logical points in the story. Even though the points are logical and nice they leave us wanting more and that is certainly a sign of a good book. Read Full Review
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