The Double Life of Miranda Turner #1

The Double Life of Miranda Turner #1

Writer: Jamie S. Rich Artist: George Kambadais Publisher: Monkeybrain Comics Release Date: October 30, 2013 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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  • 9.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Oct 30, 2013

    "The Second Life of Miranda Turner" #1 is a real winner. Read it for the crazy heroics, the hinted-at fully-developed backstory, the gorgeous art, or even just the warm affection between sisters Miranda and Lindy. Monkeybrain Comics has picked up another winner of a series in the form of "The Second Life of Miranda Turner." At just $0.99, it's not only a bargain, it's a must-buy. Read Full Review

  • 8.2
    Multiversity Comics - Sam LeBas Nov 1, 2013

    There is definite promise in this new series. “The Double Life of Miranda Turner” is bright, playful, and full of intention. It seems to celebrate the joy of escapism that super hero comics can represent, while balancing a modern sensibility that makes its content relevant. That being said, this may be a great book to offer a younger reader. Playing on classical sensibilities with a clear focus on what's current; there is a lot of common ground to be found for readers young and old, in this title. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Oct 30, 2013

    Overall this was fun and didn't fall into the usual traps of a new indie superhero title. I didn't get a "dc or marvel" inspired vibe from the plot, characters or setting and that's a good thing. This issue is short as is the standard with Monkey Brain titles, but it's well worth the buck to pick it up. If you're just looking for a fun superhero title this week then you should definitely check out The Double Life of Miranda Turner. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    All-Comic - Dan Pennacchia Oct 31, 2013

    But all is not bright in the story and there is some serious set up taking place right from the start. The reveal regarding Lindy leaves room for one major arc that could run a good bit of time in the series. The sisters also drop hints about existing superhero teams among other status-quo nods. All of these small elements do a fantastic job of developing without over-informing. Readers will find themselves effectively teased by the many hints. That authentic desire to learn more about the world that Rich creates is a reassuring sign that this is a series to which audiences will return, not simply for a cliff-hanger but for something much more substantial. Read Full Review

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