Brian & Bobbi

Brian Bobbi Brian Bobbi is a story for those who feel ignored on a daily basis Brian has gone completely unnoticed all his life despite being born with amazing superpowers Bobbi is the illegitimate daughter of a

  • Title: Brian & Bobbi
  • Author: AdamWilson Franco Vilglino
  • ISBN: 9781495918988
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Paperback
  • Brian Bobbi is a story for those who feel ignored on a daily basis Brian has gone completely unnoticed all his life, despite being born with amazing superpowers Bobbi is the illegitimate daughter of a superhero who can t seem to convince anyone she s just a regular kid By chance, the two meet and what results is a coming of age tale set upon a larger than life supBrian Bobbi is a story for those who feel ignored on a daily basis Brian has gone completely unnoticed all his life, despite being born with amazing superpowers Bobbi is the illegitimate daughter of a superhero who can t seem to convince anyone she s just a regular kid By chance, the two meet and what results is a coming of age tale set upon a larger than life superhero backdrop It s a graphic novel where the super villains, the powers, and the incredible fight scenes are really just the catalyst to tell the much deeper story of two people who couldn t be any different or any alike.

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    One thought on “Brian & Bobbi”

    1. A very refreshing coming of age story in tradition of Kick Ass and Nick and Nora's Infinite Playlist. A fun read for all ages. Coelacanth lol, is a new kind of Superhero.

    2. A great non-traditional superhero story. The artwork is amazing, and adds a lot to the pathos of the storytelling. Perfect for YA fans looking for a quick read.

    3. This is a decent take on the otherwise fairly standard superhero origin story, as well as the coming-of-age scenario. The premise has a nice twist to it, and the art is decent. Overall, though, it gives the impression of being a better class of fanzine, rather than a professionally published work. I know 215 Ink is a smaller, independent publisher, but Brian & Bobbi would have benefited from some more editorial intervention in terms of its writing - nothing major; just some help with the pac [...]

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