Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Comic Book Review: Like Father Like Daughter #1 - Short Fuse Media Group
Art by Wayne A. Brown
Casey is a high school student who is being raised by her single mother. Her father left at a young age to be a superhero known as Invulnerable. Casey has resented her father for this but is now finding out she has more in common with her father than she ever realized.
This is a fun first issue and gives the reader a nice opening into a world that will no doubt become much larger for the main character. Having the life of a teenager can be tough enough and now add in super powers that you want to keep a secret, and you have a recipe for what could be a fun book. I like that there were nods to other stories such as the Spider-Man movies. No sense in hiding it and it made for great interactions between Casey and her best friend Stephanie.
Wayne A. Brown is the artist for this book and did well capturing emotion in faces and the smashed vehicles looked wonderful.
This comic book came in the March 2016 Indy Stash Subscription box and you can read my review of the entire box here.
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