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BlackSci-Fi.com Longbox Review: Quincredible #1 & #2

Writer: Rodney Barnes

Artist: Selina Espirito

Colorist: Kelly Fitzpatrick

Letterer: Aw’s Tom Napolitano

Editor: Jasmine Amiro

Editorial Assistant: Zoe Maffitt

Publisher: Lion Forge Comics

New Orleans! A town that has been hit by one tragedy after another. Yet within the back to back tragic events, Quincredible issues 1 & 2 show that a blessing in disguise was hidden within. How would you feel if you woke up to a world where there has been an outbreak of superheroes everywhere, yet the social problems that plague the world keeps going as business as usual? What if you realized that you were one of those that had been gifted with powers? Well, let me introduce you to Quinn, our new and unexpected hero.

This storyline flows quite naturally and realistically. Rodney Barnes shows the challenge of being a teenage boy during this time, with the addition of newly discovered powers. This story does a good job of keeping one’s attention until the very last page. It kept my attention to the point that I got upset when I reached the cliffhanger for these first two issues. I hope that’s not too much of a spoiler.

The artwork is flawless and wonderfully done, and the colors seem to flow in such a natural manner that it doesn’t take away from the story itself. The characters are realistic enough to assist in conveying the emotions and actions being taken within the story. Quincredible #1 & #2 are truly a wonderful start for this series and makes for a pleasant read.

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Judith Joachim-Swanson is an aspiring writer. She is an independent, freelance blogger, and you can find her other work here. She is also a self-published indie writer of Cigarette (The Catcher Series Book 1) which incorporate a steampunk Sci-fi theme.

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