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Learning to Fly (G-Man) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 20. Mai 2009

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An excellent introduction to the joys of superheroes without much of the violence or adult themes 23. November 2009
Von GraphicNovelReporter.com - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Becoming a superhero isn't too hard. It starts with learning how to fly. That's the reasoning of little Mikey, who has just picked up a book that promises to teach him how to fly. As he learns, flying begins on the ground--not by jumping off a roof or cliff or anything (an important lesson for any kid to learn).

Since his last name begins with a G, Mikey creates his own superhero identity, G-Man, and even rigs up a special costume (with a cape, of course; the cape being one of the most important parts of any flying hero's getup). Mikey's older brother gets in on the act, too, becoming Great Man, much to his little bro's chagrin.

G-Man: Learning to Fly seems like an excellent introduction to the joys of superheroes without much of the violence or adult themes that can go along with them. The emphasis here is on fun. The bright colors and easy to follow story and visuals are both suitable for the youngest readers, with enough homages and allusions to other superheroes to give a wink and a nudge to the adult reader who might have to read this book aloud.

-- John Hogan
Great work from the creator of Mini Marvels 3. Mai 2010
Von Ben Lacy - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
G-man is a young kid who uses a convenient magic blanket to give himself superpowers. Unfortunately, his pushy older brother does the same and one ups him by calling himself Great Man. The two engage in a sibling rivalry throughout their adventures. What makes this standout though is as usual, the humor, similar to mini-marvels, as these kids and their friends interact with each other. As usual, there are some great parodies, including on of DC's various "Crisis" events.
Pretty funny! 18. Juni 2010
Von DJ Joe Sixpack - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
"G-Man" is a giddy, affectionate, kid-friendly spoof of the super-hero genre, set in a world where pretty much everyone has super powers and all the kids have a lot of fun. If you like this book (and the "Mini Marvels" series by artist Chris Giarrusso) you might also get a kick out of the "Franklin Richards: Son Of A Genius" series, which has a very similar feel. (Joe Sixpack, ReadThatAgain kids' book reviews)
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