Geek-Girl Vol 2 #1
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Geek-Girl Vol 2 #1

Writer: Sam Johnson Artist: Carlos Granda Publisher: Markosia Enterprises Release Date: May 30, 2018 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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After 'Little Miss Popular' Ruby Kaye landed a pair of power-inducing super-tech glasses from her college's resident brainiac, Ruby alienated the majority of her clique while klutzily trying to demonstrate her newfound abilities – accidentally knocking drinks over their expensive designer dresses. Her BFF Summer James was into what Ruby could do now, though – and pushed her into trying to be a super-hero – jokily giving her the moniker 'Geek-Girl,' following her actions. In a desperate fight to save her city of Maine from mysterious new villain Lightning Storm, Ruby gave her all... and neither she nor Lightning Storm were left standing. more

  • 9.4
    Black Nerd Problems - Khadjiah Johnson Jun 1, 2018

    What I loved about the comic, is the outright quirkiness that is sometimes hard to execute without being forced. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Bin - Leroy Douresseaux Jun 6, 2018

    Sam Johnson's script for Vol. 2's first issue is a little more self-assured than his script for the first issue of the 2016 series. Johnson delves into character and personality and creates drama through that as much as he does through the fight scenes. It all comes through clearly via Paul McLaren's clean lettering and design. Yeah, I still think Geek-Girl will get even better. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Jun 4, 2018

    It's got some good detail and flow to it that makes it a lot of fun to go through and revisit to see what details you might have missed. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes May 23, 2018

    The book automatically carries its' own level of diversity; teenage girls being bitches to one side, and in doing so Johnson has managed to incorporate inclusion as well as the aforementioned diversity. As a coming of age book for a hero that has already been around once, the book feels fresh, thanks to the effort and energy of all involved. Read Full Review

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