The F1rst Hero: Wednesday's Child #1

The F1rst Hero: Wednesday's Child #1

Writer: Anthony Ruttgaizer Artist: Marco Renna Publisher: Action Lab Comics Release Date: June 15, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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Jake Roth returns home after the events of ACTIONVERSE just in time to face a new extrahuman threat that's menacing the streets of Philadelphia.  And as dangerous as an eight year old girl who can control minds might be... wait until you meet her mother!  Meanwhile, the ETF is working night and day to neutralize the growing extrahuman threat.  Could they be closing in on Jake?

  • 7.5
    The Broken Infinite - Frank Rodriguez Jun 16, 2016

    The F1rst Hero: Wednesday's Child #1 sets up a lot with so little pages. We get to return to Philadelphia with a more confident, but still inexperienced Jake Roth who is now working hard to learn his abilities. There's multiple subplots going on, our villains, the ETF and Catalogue all juggled with care. Pacing was excellent with nothing going too long or too short. The art was pretty good, despite some faces didn't look as if they fit with their bodies. Still, the colors were good and Renna's line work was certainly wonderful. We open this arc with just the hint of changes and challenges to come and our team makes them look interesting. With some solid panel work and some riveting store that advances all the characters, The F1rst Hero: Wednesday's Child builds on the past while making its own distinct path to Jake Roth's future. Read Full Review

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