An immensely promising book, with just the right undercurrent of fatalism for Duncan - for example, he has consistently moved schools, so has been unable to make long-lasting friends...in which case why should he even bother trying to make friends and fit in at a new school, when he's bound to move again in short order? Read Full Review
"Firebreather" takes the classic teen angst story a step further. What if Spider-Man's powers truly made him different in appearance AND ability? This book gives you a flavor for what that might have been like. Not only that, but what if Peter Parker's dad (or Uncle Ben) happened to be Fin Fang Foom? Therein lies the initial concept to the series. The fact that I'm making this leap speaks strongly of Hester and Kuhn's ability to make this a tale worthy of such comparison. This is a book with a bit of heat to it, showing a great deal of promise. With the announcement from Comic-Con International: San Diego that there would soon be a "Firebreather" cartoon, this series is only going to get hotter. Read Full Review
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