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The year is 2421. Awkward and shy, Pepper buries herself in the universe of the classic fictional superhero Supernova to avoid dealing with the perils of the 9th grade. But then fate intervenes when Pepper stumbles into a volatile science experiment run by a sinister substitute teacher named Doctor Killian. Pepper is flung into another dimension, bringing her face to face w The year is 2421. Awkward and shy, Pepper buries herself in the universe of the classic fictional superhero Supernova to avoid dealing with the perils of the 9th grade. But then fate intervenes when Pepper stumbles into a volatile science experiment run by a sinister substitute teacher named Doctor Killian. Pepper is flung into another dimension, bringing her face to face with an order of cosmic beings who declare her to be the steward of their great power, champion of harmony in the universe, protector of worlds present and past. Pepper is pretty sure they got the wrong girl.


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The year is 2421. Awkward and shy, Pepper buries herself in the universe of the classic fictional superhero Supernova to avoid dealing with the perils of the 9th grade. But then fate intervenes when Pepper stumbles into a volatile science experiment run by a sinister substitute teacher named Doctor Killian. Pepper is flung into another dimension, bringing her face to face w The year is 2421. Awkward and shy, Pepper buries herself in the universe of the classic fictional superhero Supernova to avoid dealing with the perils of the 9th grade. But then fate intervenes when Pepper stumbles into a volatile science experiment run by a sinister substitute teacher named Doctor Killian. Pepper is flung into another dimension, bringing her face to face with an order of cosmic beings who declare her to be the steward of their great power, champion of harmony in the universe, protector of worlds present and past. Pepper is pretty sure they got the wrong girl.

30 review for Pepper Page Saves the Universe!

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jasmine from How Useful It Is

    My son also read this book and he was surprised that it's a comic within a comic. The quick explanation is, we are reading the comic strips about Pepper Page while she read the comic magazine about Supernova. Pretty neat because she's a big fan to the superhero. I loved the entrance in the sky. Flying bus to school was super cool. Traveling to another dimension sounds cool as well. The cat took on an important role was unexpected though awesome. Attached are few of my favorite pages from this gr My son also read this book and he was surprised that it's a comic within a comic. The quick explanation is, we are reading the comic strips about Pepper Page while she read the comic magazine about Supernova. Pretty neat because she's a big fan to the superhero. I loved the entrance in the sky. Flying bus to school was super cool. Traveling to another dimension sounds cool as well. The cat took on an important role was unexpected though awesome. Attached are few of my favorite pages from this graphic novel.
 This graphic novel followed Pepper Page, 15, as she enjoyed reading her comic book. Then she caught the flying bus to school. On the bus, she was bullied by Strona but she didn't stood up for herself. In school, Pepper continued to read her comics and didn't pay attention to class so one of her teachers, Professor Killian bullied her. Strona and her gang threw balls at her when she missed the school game again. Luckily she had friends Tally and Zola on her side. When they were on the run to escape the balls, they came upon the science building and caught Professor Killian performing an illegal experiment that send something or someone to another dimension and unfortunately as Pepper was attempting to rescue the cat, she caught herself in it and was sent off. 
Pepper Page Saves the Universe! was a great read! An orphan who didn't fit in and couldn't stand up for herself, but who will do what's right. She saved the cat even if there's a chance that she might get caught. She couldn't believe she could do something but she did it when the time called for it. Pepper Page was not a role model for being a good student because she read her comics all day in every class. However, she could be relatable to many readers who aren't interested in sports and who lacked of self esteem. I enjoyed the humor and friendship. I do recommend everyone to read this book! xoxo, Jasmine at www.howusefulitis.wordpress.com for more details Many thanks to First Second for the opportunity to read and review. Please be assured that my opinions are honest.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Bethany

    Actual Rating: 3.5 stars (rounded up) Pepper Page Saves the Universe! is a charming YA sci-fi graphic novel about an orphaned teen girl obsessed with comic books about heroine Supernova as a way to escape bullying and dreary classes with a jerk of a science teacher. But when something goes wrong, she is flung into space with a cat sidekick where new powers are awakened within her and she must decide who she wants to become. I liked the art style and how the pages from Peppers comics felt like cla Actual Rating: 3.5 stars (rounded up) Pepper Page Saves the Universe! is a charming YA sci-fi graphic novel about an orphaned teen girl obsessed with comic books about heroine Supernova as a way to escape bullying and dreary classes with a jerk of a science teacher. But when something goes wrong, she is flung into space with a cat sidekick where new powers are awakened within her and she must decide who she wants to become. I liked the art style and how the pages from Peppers comics felt like classic comic books. This definitely reads like a love letter to comic book nerds, as Pepper can quote EVERYTHING from any volume of Supernova, and is well versed in different timelines and renditions. Her friends tell her she can't live in a fictional world forever, but what's great about this story is they are only half right. Pepper does have to step into the real world and find herself, but her beloved comics are actually really helpful in that process. I love the messaging for teens that it's not bad to deeply love something, just that it can be important to find yourself through it, not lose yourself in it. I felt like the bullying in the story was a little underdeveloped in terms of nuance, and I wanted a bit more from the plot, but I think this is a strong start to a potential series. I received a copy of this book for review from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Joyce

    3.5 stars Thank you Macmillan publishing for sending me a paperback copy of this! This is a middle grade futuristic superhero story about a shy comic book geek becoming her own superhero inspiration! :) It follows a girl whose life is suddenly turned upside down when she transforms into her favourite fictional superhero, Supernova. But Pepper, the MC quickly learns that escapist fantasy and reality are two very different things… This was a great read! And I could totally see this being adapted into 3.5 stars Thank you Macmillan publishing for sending me a paperback copy of this! This is a middle grade futuristic superhero story about a shy comic book geek becoming her own superhero inspiration! :) It follows a girl whose life is suddenly turned upside down when she transforms into her favourite fictional superhero, Supernova. But Pepper, the MC quickly learns that escapist fantasy and reality are two very different things… This was a great read! And I could totally see this being adapted into a tv show. The MC is such a relatable character that you can’t help but root for her to succeed! I’m happy she got to discover who she is and find a place where she belongs. This was really a “coming to age” story. As much as I love the MC, you can’t forget about how awesome her friends are <3 They are such supportive friends! The MC is so lucky to have them and hope they reappear in later issues. This was such an action packed book. Thanks to the writers for the diversity in this! This is beautifully drawn and written and I cannot wait to see what will happen next.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Holly

    The artwork is SPECTACULAR in this! I was honestly blown away by it and felt myself really soaking in every single panel that I was reading! I really liked the overall message behind this coming of age story and I really appreciated all of the little easter eggs towards Marvel/DC comics! I need a Mister Mckittens in my life though, he was the greatest<3 However, even though I appreciated all of the little easter eggs with other comic books I also felt that it was a little bit TOO close to alread The artwork is SPECTACULAR in this! I was honestly blown away by it and felt myself really soaking in every single panel that I was reading! I really liked the overall message behind this coming of age story and I really appreciated all of the little easter eggs towards Marvel/DC comics! I need a Mister Mckittens in my life though, he was the greatest<3 However, even though I appreciated all of the little easter eggs with other comic books I also felt that it was a little bit TOO close to already existing comics. The names, the plot lines, a lot of terminology that was very similar to the popular comics we all know and love or have seen in the movies. I would have loved to see more of an original story with the comics with just those minor easter eggs like one panel shows "Supern" on a comic cover and it looks like it's about to say Superman and I thought that was a little fun one! The other ones were just a little too blatantly obvious. Overall, I really appreciated this futuristic world and the flying buses in this very tech savvy time period! I think this is a great read if you are a lover of comics & artwork and if you want a short, cute story of a young girl overcoming her fear of standing up for herself and becoming her true self.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    Thank you to First Second and Macmillan Children's Publishing for gifting me a copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my own. Pepper Page is a quiet girl who only wants to be left alone to read her comics. When she finds herself caught up in an evil science experiment conducted by Dr. Killian her life changes in a way she never dreamed of. Suddenly Pepper is face to face with cosmic beings that tell her she is actually her favorite superhero Supernova. Pepper i Thank you to First Second and Macmillan Children's Publishing for gifting me a copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my own. Pepper Page is a quiet girl who only wants to be left alone to read her comics. When she finds herself caught up in an evil science experiment conducted by Dr. Killian her life changes in a way she never dreamed of. Suddenly Pepper is face to face with cosmic beings that tell her she is actually her favorite superhero Supernova. Pepper is pretty sure they're wrong but only time will tell. This was such a fun story. Pepper Page is a truly lovable character. She is fun, quirky, a little nerdy and absolutely charming. I adore her. I think she's a great character that will be loved by comics lovers everywhere. Her story focuses on self acceptance and friendship. It's absolutely charming and is sure to win the hearts of her audience.  The artwork is fantastic! It's bright, colorful and crisp. The story really comes to life through the detailed pictures. The Story and the artwork fit so well together, they just merge into one beautiful masterpiece. My daughter and I read this book together as a bedtime story and we had the greatest time. Granted, my daughter is technically too young for this book but she seemed to really enjoy it and you're never to young for superheroes right?

  6. 5 out of 5

    Becky B

    Pepper Page is an orphan. She has always felt like an outsider, like she doesn’t belong. The one place she does feel at home is within the pages of Supernova comics. Supernova is her hero and inspiration, though Pepper hardly has the guts to stand up to her personal bully let alone fight supervillains. But when she gets sucked into a Professor’s mad scientist experiment, she finds herself tested like never before. Does she have what it takes to be a real superhero? This was a very fun twist on t Pepper Page is an orphan. She has always felt like an outsider, like she doesn’t belong. The one place she does feel at home is within the pages of Supernova comics. Supernova is her hero and inspiration, though Pepper hardly has the guts to stand up to her personal bully let alone fight supervillains. But when she gets sucked into a Professor’s mad scientist experiment, she finds herself tested like never before. Does she have what it takes to be a real superhero? This was a very fun twist on the average superhero origin story. Pepper is a likable character, and you really do feel for her. I love how the art and story combined to make such an imaginative future world. The artwork is AMAZING. You are totally allowed to pick this book up just to look at the pretty pictures. I know my students are going to go crazy for Pepper Page and her adventures, and of course, Mister McKittens. I really hope there will be more coming in the future. Hand this to your favorite superhero fan and scifi graphic novel fan. Notes on content: No language issues or sexual content. Some superhero cartoonish battles. I received an ARC of this title from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Erin Buhr

    Set in the future when the magical ideas of fantasy and fiction are a distant memory and the world focuses completely on science and technology, orphan Pepper Page is worrying about all of the usual high school issues. I related to the idea of losing yourself in a book, the way Pepper hides in her comic books. There were a little bit too many cliché plot points for me - the orphan, the reluctant hero, science gone wrong. That being said, the artwork is beautiful. The explosions and action scenes Set in the future when the magical ideas of fantasy and fiction are a distant memory and the world focuses completely on science and technology, orphan Pepper Page is worrying about all of the usual high school issues. I related to the idea of losing yourself in a book, the way Pepper hides in her comic books. There were a little bit too many cliché plot points for me - the orphan, the reluctant hero, science gone wrong. That being said, the artwork is beautiful. The explosions and action scenes in space are dazzling. The hero is likable. Graphic novel fans, especially those who love sci-fi and fantasy will enjoy this graphic novel.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Tyler

    Pepper Page Saves the Universe! is a graphic novel with script by Landry Q. Walker and art by Eric Jones. It is currently scheduled for release on February 16 2021. The year is 2421. Awkward and shy, Pepper buries herself in the universe of the classic fictional superhero Supernova to avoid dealing with the perils of the 9th grade. But then fate intervenes when Pepper encounters a strange cat named Mister McKittens and stumbles into a volatile science experiment run by a sinister substitute teac Pepper Page Saves the Universe! is a graphic novel with script by Landry Q. Walker and art by Eric Jones. It is currently scheduled for release on February 16 2021. The year is 2421. Awkward and shy, Pepper buries herself in the universe of the classic fictional superhero Supernova to avoid dealing with the perils of the 9th grade. But then fate intervenes when Pepper encounters a strange cat named Mister McKittens and stumbles into a volatile science experiment run by a sinister substitute teacher named Doctor Killian. Pepper is flung into another dimension, bringing her face to face with an order of cosmic beings who declare her to be the steward of their great power, champion of harmony in the universe, protector of worlds present and past. Now, in the 21st Century, Pepper finds that she herself is the real Supernova. But as Pepper soon learns, escapist fantasy and reality are two very different things. Pepper Page Saves the Universe! is a graphic novel for middle grade and older readers that is a fun read, but still covers some of the emotional aspects of the age group. Pepper is an orphan that is bullied and just does not feel she fits in, so gets lost in comic books. I think this feeling- that of being left out and looked down on- is one that most people can relate to on some level, even if they are not really outside the more popular peer groups. I thought the story set up and execution was very well done, with some good twists and nice resolution. The artwork nicely matched and enhances the story. The color choices were on point, as were the details and expressions. Since I was reading a digital proof, there were some pages that were clearly not the final product, and I think the final version will be absolutely wonderful. I am hoping that this series continues and I get to read more about Pepper Page. Pepper Page Saves the Universe! is a fun and entertaining graphic novel that I think many readers will enjoy.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    Pepper Page Saves the Universe is a superhero origin story of a teenage girl who is shy, bullied, and loves reading comics about her favorite superhero, Supernova. I liked the concept, but I had a lot of trouble staying interested in the story. A lot of scenes felt too long or repetitive and I sometimes found myself growing bored. The pre-superhero part was good for setting up Pepper's character, but it really dragged on - I got the idea of who she was early on, and I think a lot of this set up Pepper Page Saves the Universe is a superhero origin story of a teenage girl who is shy, bullied, and loves reading comics about her favorite superhero, Supernova. I liked the concept, but I had a lot of trouble staying interested in the story. A lot of scenes felt too long or repetitive and I sometimes found myself growing bored. The pre-superhero part was good for setting up Pepper's character, but it really dragged on - I got the idea of who she was early on, and I think a lot of this set up could have been cut. In comparison, the fight against the villain was extremely short and the whole thing seemed to end very quickly. Also, it's a small thing, but one of the characters speaks in yellow font. I found it really difficult to read. Maybe it'll be easier in a print version (I read the ebook) but yellow font, specially on a white background, is typically not great for accessibility. Other than that, I thought the artwork was great. Overall, I think Pepper could be an empowering character for kids who dream of getting powers that allow them to stand up against bullies who seem so much stronger than them. However, there are a lot of pacing issues and many kids who pick this up because it's a superhero story may lose interest due to the relative lack of superhero content, especially in the first half. Thanks to NetGalley and First Second Books for the eARC.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Talie

    Thank you to Macmillan Children's and First Second Books for the complimentary copy of this book. One sentence review: Pepper Page Saves the Universe! is a fun graphic novel that would be fantastic of girls that love superheroes. The graphic novel is set in a future where technology rules. Pepper Page is a young orphan who lives in an orphanage ran by robots. She loves to escape into the world of her favorite superhero Supernova. Pepper is bullied and in general feels like as an orphan she really Thank you to Macmillan Children's and First Second Books for the complimentary copy of this book. One sentence review: Pepper Page Saves the Universe! is a fun graphic novel that would be fantastic of girls that love superheroes. The graphic novel is set in a future where technology rules. Pepper Page is a young orphan who lives in an orphanage ran by robots. She loves to escape into the world of her favorite superhero Supernova. Pepper is bullied and in general feels like as an orphan she really just doesn't belong. I'll leave the rest of the plot vague other than to say it involves time warps, multi-dimensions, and a supervillain. Overall I think this is a fun book that would really appeal to young girls.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Beth Anne

    I received a free review copy from the publisher. This graphic novel was a fun start to a new series, a great option for upper elementary readers. The book started slow for me, and I was wondering if I would ever be invested in the characters and story, but about 1/3 of the way through the book took a strong turn. I especially loved the ending: bold and heartwarming, full of strong female friendship and a female hero reminiscent of all we love in Zita the Spacegirl. A great setup for the sequel I received a free review copy from the publisher. This graphic novel was a fun start to a new series, a great option for upper elementary readers. The book started slow for me, and I was wondering if I would ever be invested in the characters and story, but about 1/3 of the way through the book took a strong turn. I especially loved the ending: bold and heartwarming, full of strong female friendship and a female hero reminiscent of all we love in Zita the Spacegirl. A great setup for the sequel as well.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    I'm not one for superhero stories, even ones that aren't your well-known superheros. I could not get into this graphic novel myself but I know that the kids I see at my library would probably enjoy it. The art is really good. The text is easy to read, which I like. The story seems interesting, with lots of friendship and action. You see some bullying as well, which I guess happens even in the far future. I think kids will like this glimpse of what the future may hold; that flying school bus was I'm not one for superhero stories, even ones that aren't your well-known superheros. I could not get into this graphic novel myself but I know that the kids I see at my library would probably enjoy it. The art is really good. The text is easy to read, which I like. The story seems interesting, with lots of friendship and action. You see some bullying as well, which I guess happens even in the far future. I think kids will like this glimpse of what the future may hold; that flying school bus was pretty cool. (Read a digital ARC from Netgalley.)

  13. 4 out of 5

    Janilyn Kocher

    I am trying to branch out into other genres once in a while. I don’t think reading is emphasized or promoted enough for young readers. Pepper Page Saves the Universe captures the creativity and imagination of readers who like science and super heroes. It has a villain, a capable cat, and a young girl who has been then victim of teasing and ridicule until she submerges herself into a different realm. The graphics are great and the reading is interesting and engaging. I think kids will snap this b I am trying to branch out into other genres once in a while. I don’t think reading is emphasized or promoted enough for young readers. Pepper Page Saves the Universe captures the creativity and imagination of readers who like science and super heroes. It has a villain, a capable cat, and a young girl who has been then victim of teasing and ridicule until she submerges herself into a different realm. The graphics are great and the reading is interesting and engaging. I think kids will snap this book up. Thanks to First Second for the ARC.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Angel

    Thank you so much Macmillan for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review! This was absolutely adorable! The art was stunning. The cat was super cute. The story was so fun. It was overall an adorable & entertaining read! Pepper is a very relatable character. She is super sweet. And I loved how she worked so hard on fighting for what she thought was right! I was rooting for her and her kitty companion. 𝗥𝗲𝗰𝗰𝗼𝗺𝗲𝗻𝗱 𝗶𝗳 𝘆𝗼𝘂 𝗹𝗶𝗸𝗲: Cats, Superheroes, Strong Female Characters, Cute Stories, Comic B Thank you so much Macmillan for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review! This was absolutely adorable! The art was stunning. The cat was super cute. The story was so fun. It was overall an adorable & entertaining read! Pepper is a very relatable character. She is super sweet. And I loved how she worked so hard on fighting for what she thought was right! I was rooting for her and her kitty companion. 𝗥𝗲𝗰𝗰𝗼𝗺𝗲𝗻𝗱 𝗶𝗳 𝘆𝗼𝘂 𝗹𝗶𝗸𝗲: Cats, Superheroes, Strong Female Characters, Cute Stories, Comic Books, Graphic Novels.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lauren Hough

    I’ll start with what I liked; the artwork was beautiful. I loved the vibrant colors and how the color palette changed depending on the dimension Pepper was in. Other than the artwork, I was pretty disappointed with the story. It was pretty unoriginal and felt like a hodgepodge of current Marvel and DC comics. Kids will still finding it appealing though.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sesana

    This just didn't do it for me. The villain doesn't seem to have any motivation, and the backstory doesn't really make senses. At one point, Pepper either gets sent to an alternate universe or back in time, and I don't know which. I enjoyed the nods to Golden Age comics, but I'm not sure if the middle grade target audience will get them. This just didn't do it for me. The villain doesn't seem to have any motivation, and the backstory doesn't really make senses. At one point, Pepper either gets sent to an alternate universe or back in time, and I don't know which. I enjoyed the nods to Golden Age comics, but I'm not sure if the middle grade target audience will get them.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Tasha (Amaysn Reads)

    Strong start to a new young adult graphic novel series. Pepper Page is an orphan who feels she doesn't fit in at her school. She loves reading about her favorite superhero Supernova. This is a superhero origin story and it was so much fun. There is so much potential for where this series can go. Strong start to a new young adult graphic novel series. Pepper Page is an orphan who feels she doesn't fit in at her school. She loves reading about her favorite superhero Supernova. This is a superhero origin story and it was so much fun. There is so much potential for where this series can go.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    Pepper Page was me as a child. I read my books and manga behind my textbooks in class and was always getting in trouble for it. Where Pepper and I differ are the super powers, talking cat, and the thrill of space travel. Great for tween-aged kiddos interested in easy to absorb sci-fi.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Brandi (Brandi Janee's Bookshelf)

    An interesting story that would be perfect for the right audience. Since there was a story within a story and we needed a basic understand of both, the pacing was off at times. This seems like the start of what could become an expansive series and I'm curios to know what would happen next. An interesting story that would be perfect for the right audience. Since there was a story within a story and we needed a basic understand of both, the pacing was off at times. This seems like the start of what could become an expansive series and I'm curios to know what would happen next.

  20. 4 out of 5

    KATHRYNE STEVENS

    I had a difficult time liking the main character and the plot for this book. I felt like the book was a series of separate events which didn't actually connect with each other. I think younger audiences who are fans of comic books would probably enjoy this, but it wasn't for me. I had a difficult time liking the main character and the plot for this book. I felt like the book was a series of separate events which didn't actually connect with each other. I think younger audiences who are fans of comic books would probably enjoy this, but it wasn't for me.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Andréa

    Note: I received a digital review copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Karin

    On the plus side: girl power, sci-fi hijinks, talking cat.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    This was cute! A nice coming-of-age/accepting yourself story with a superhero twist.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Lorisha A

    I had to DNF half way through. I didn't get the writing style. But the art was beautiful. I had to DNF half way through. I didn't get the writing style. But the art was beautiful.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    This gal reads as REAL young to be supposedly 15.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Mario

    In a distant future, a nerdy orphan named Pepper Page tries to avoid her pre-determined obligations by reading comic after comic. Eschewing digital methods (ironic since I read this on Kindle), she prefers physical copies that she guards as treasure. As usual, everything goes wrong for her and while escaping her bullies, she interrupts her science professor's experiment, who sends her to a different dimension where she is none other than her comics hero! Drawing from her own experiences and her c In a distant future, a nerdy orphan named Pepper Page tries to avoid her pre-determined obligations by reading comic after comic. Eschewing digital methods (ironic since I read this on Kindle), she prefers physical copies that she guards as treasure. As usual, everything goes wrong for her and while escaping her bullies, she interrupts her science professor's experiment, who sends her to a different dimension where she is none other than her comics hero! Drawing from her own experiences and her comic knowledge she will have to face evil and save her new home. Fantastic art by Eric Jones and witty dialogue by Landry Q. Walker make this comic a delight and left me expecting for more stories! Recommended.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Destiny Henderson

    Pepper Page: Saves the Universe is a bit like a love letter to comic book fans. Here, Pepper reacts how a normal person would when suddenly thrust inside a crazy situation (view spoiler)[inside a beloved comic book with powers and all to be exact. (hide spoiler)] The art style is the real merit here! I though the artwork was very stylized, impactful, and colorful. On the other hand, the story, the characters, and the big bad felt weak to me. (view spoiler)[ every villain doesn’t have to have a ba Pepper Page: Saves the Universe is a bit like a love letter to comic book fans. Here, Pepper reacts how a normal person would when suddenly thrust inside a crazy situation (view spoiler)[inside a beloved comic book with powers and all to be exact. (hide spoiler)] The art style is the real merit here! I though the artwork was very stylized, impactful, and colorful. On the other hand, the story, the characters, and the big bad felt weak to me. (view spoiler)[ every villain doesn’t have to have a backstory. Killian believes helping others is just a waste of time. Reminds me of Yu Yu Hakusho where one the villains grew up with loving parents and a great childhood but decided to become evil just because. Some fools just evil. (hide spoiler)] I would be interested in a book two, but I thought this was overall very lackluster. The Supernova stuff confused me a bit. If anyone understood it, feel free to comment on this review. Supernova question:(view spoiler)[ 1. so, she was always Supernova for real and somehow she got separated from the comic series, which is why she's an orphan and had such an infinity for the comics? 2. when she got transported through Killian machine, the Magic Babies rewrote her existence to truly be Supernova. 3. some other explanation. what confuses me is how does the comic series exist before Pepper? is this the egg or the chicken situation? or, is it too late, and I'm not making sense? (hide spoiler)]

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

  29. 4 out of 5

    Fictional Fiend

  30. 5 out of 5

    Gabrielle

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