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iHero Reviewed

iHero was released at last week’s Glasgow Comic Con and sold incredibly well. The kind people at Big Comic Page have released. These are the kind of things they said:

 I was pretty impressed with what I saw.  Luke and Graeme have combined to tell an interesting tale, to say the least.

Halsall shows the same flair for creativity here that he showed with his previous work on The Mind Palace

Kennedy provides some solid artwork, particularly when it comes to displaying the myriad of super powers granted by the iHero.  His colouring is also a thing of beauty, and gives the comic a rich, vibrant appearance that fits perfectly with its superhero concept.

it’s worth noting Gary Chudleigh’s ultra-slick lettering which ties the whole thing together.

Thank you so much for the review and if you want to read the rest of the review click here.


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