Glamorella's Daughter #1
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Glamorella's Daughter #1

Writer: Brandy Williams, Charles J Martin, Jerry Bennett Artist: Jerry Bennet Publisher: Literati Press Release Date: July 7, 2021 Cover Price: $5 Critic Reviews: 3
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Comet, the daughter of Earth's greatest defender, yearns for a quiet existence with towers of books and the occasional game night at her friend's house. Her mom, Glamorella, savors the thrill of adventure, the heat of battle, and the glitzy soirées that come with superheroics. While Glamorella navigates keeping the world safe and dealing with her super-scientist ex, Comet does her best to withstand the trials of middle school. Can they find the time and the common ground to help each other?

  • 10
    You Don't Read Comics - Kellie Keener Jul 7, 2021

    My favorite thing about Glamorellas Daughter #1 is that Comet doesnt mask. For those unfamiliar, masking is when autistic people mimic the behaviors of neurotypical people or otherwise hide behaviors that arent considered normal. Its exhausting, and in the long term, has detrimental effects on mental and physical health. So seeing Comet be herself, be autistic without trying to conform to the expectations of her neurotypical mother and society, is a relief. Though Glamorella doesnt understand Comet, she still gives her the space to be herself. And hopefully, this will continue in future issues, as well as Glamorella and Comet coming to a better understanding of each other without having to change themselves.  Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    Comical Opinions - Gabriel Hernandez Jul 7, 2021

    GLAMORELLA'S DAUGHTER #1 is a valiant attempt at casting the complexities of a mother-daughter relationship in the world of superheroes. The art is visually engaging, and the premise is a unique combination of genres, but the integration of adult and young reader themes falls short. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Crusaders - Lucas Fashina May 19, 2021

    It grows on you. Initially I found several aspects to the characters annoying; however, once the background aspects are revealed I found myself more forgiving and understanding. I will note that, several African American cultural details were left out, and that is a shame. I understand why, but It could have enriched the interactions between the characters a lot better. Read Full Review

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