Soon I Will Be Invincible
Publish date: June 5th 2007
Pages no: 287
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
, Sequential Art
Thoroughly enjoyable, and inevitably I have to compare it to Perry Moore's YA coming-of-age story 'Hero'. They released in the same summer, and both incorporate (and rely heavily on) classic superhero tropes. Both authors injected a modern sense of the social fallout that the high-celebrity status o...
Soon I will be Invincible is the story of a a supervillain Doctor Impossible and his ongoing quest to become well, invincible. Actually his quest is to win out over his various nemeses and enemies - trouble is, he's the kind of guy that not only needs to win, everyone else has to lose.The story is a...
There's nothing terribly new or original here. It was a fun, fast-paced superhero story that doesn't quite hit the mark in terms of originality or innovation. It read like an indie graphic novel in a "new universe" setting -- the characters are all a lot like those we've seen for years, just with di...
some surprisingly strong writing in this oddball offering from the most gutter of gutter sub-genres. meta playfulness with the iconic figures of superman/batman/wonder woman is to be expected in today's post-post-modern world, and the novel satisfies on that level. less expected is the charmingly wr...
I expected so much more from this book. Maybe I was lured in by the cover, I have a bit of a weakness for Superheroes and this book has a great comic book cover.It's told in alternate chapters by Doctor Impossible (the Evil Genius) and Fatale (a cyborg who is invited to join a group of superheroes)...