Marvel Her-Oes

Grace Randolph Craig Rousseau


Marvel Her-Oes

Marvel Her-Oes

  • Title: Marvel Her-Oes
  • Author: Grace Randolph Craig Rousseau
  • ISBN: 9780785148425
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Paperback



High school equals bad cafeteria food, bullies, gym class andople with secret super powers As if Janet Van Dyne s no stranger to the pitfalls of teenage living, but it s about to get a whole lot trickier now that she has powers of her own It s hard keeping a secret like that in high school, especially when it would be so easy to send some blasts in the directionHigh school equals bad cafeteria food, bullies, gym class andople with secret super powers As if Janet Van Dyne s no stranger to the pitfalls of teenage living, but it s about to get a whole lot trickier now that she has powers of her own It s hard keeping a secret like that in high school, especially when it would be so easy to send some blasts in the direction of her nemesis and popular ice queen, Namora Maybe Janet would get a break then Too bad she s stuck pretending she s normal Too bad she s in this all aloneor is she Jenny Walters has some anger issues herself, causing her to Hulk out Turns out the school theatre isn t the only place you ll fi nd some drama this year COLLECTING Her oes 1 4, Savage She Hulk 1


Recent Comments "Marvel Her-Oes"

I found it to be actually decent, though my librarian didn't like it too much. I would have liked more on story, since everything was soooo fast paced and had to be packed into the pages, but if there was another book like this, I would definitely read it. It was a fun and fast read, humorous at points, but if you're a fan of Marvel, then this graphic novel is definitely cute and a perfect read for kids. Also, the drawings at some points was REALLY good, so that was definitely a highlight in its [...]

High schooler Janet Van Dyne is pretty much a loner, due to her secret powers of changing size, but she starts to find out that she isn't alone. Super fun high school set story about The Wasp, She-Hulk, Ms Marvel (Carol Danvers) and Namora coming together as superheroes. Funny, sweet, accessible art. I wish there had been more than four issues - this is all set up, and now I want plot!

I got this one from a recent library book sale, so I didn't read it with any real expectations. It's not too bad, but I had a problem working out who the target audience actually are. The story was OK, but it seemed to take a while to get there, then everything went so quickly. There was a welcome bonus at the end of StanLee's 'Savage She-Hulk #1', which I found to be the most enjoyable part of the book.

I really hated this; they took superheroes and made them into a mean girls parody or some terrible teen movie. They show a total disregard for the origin stories, particularly Jen Walter’s (She-Hulk). The redeeming quality of this book is that they have a reprint of She-Hulk’s actual origin story in the back and you can’t help but be left smiling after reading a Stan Lee original. I doubt girls that aren't into comic would pick this up, and those that are into comics are going to hate this [...]

This is a light but surprisingly fun new title that places some of the better known females of Marvel all into the same high school. There's a nice mix of high school antics and super-hero action that has the possibility of drawing in both boys and girls. The main character, at least in this book, is Janet van Dynne, aka the Wasp, as she learns that she is not the only one in her school with superpowers. As the book moves forward she learns that the popular Namora, the nerdy Jenny (aka She Hulk) [...]

Stylized illustrations with crisp jawlines, button noses and fabulous hair will be appreciated by discerning female readers. The book begins with the story of Janet Van Dyne. She is a spunky but lonely girl whose parents are always working and fighting. She rolls outside of the norm at school with her original fashion designs, sassy black wedge haircut and quirky personality. Yet Janet struggles to be true to herself and is easily intimidated by the cool crowd. She hides the fact that she has a [...]

Team of super girls in high school similar to the DC Superhero Girls we got at free comic day, except not patronizing drivel and more interesting art. Sadly, DC gets a whole line of videos, toys and clothes and this gets discontinued after one volume. Kid's going to be bummed when she finds out there's no sequel.

Super-powered high-school girls deal with friendship, rivalry, anger issues, fitting in, and kidnapping attempts by mercenaries and government agents. A good introduction to an all-girl super-team, well-drawn and engaging. -- Hillary D.

I picked this up for the kid, but wanted to read it to make sure it wasn't too high school. I love it! I can't wait for the next issue. As for my 7yo daughter? I think she can handle this.

Girl power!

This is a nice concept

A fun comic that places some of Marvel's superheroines in a high school together! Yes, it is AU but I am okay with that. Enjoyed the story, the characterizations of the heroines, and the art. :)

I enjoyed this.

Got a quarter into this and I can't stand this. A few heroines reimagined as teens in high schoola YAWN.

Very cute tweenage take on some of Marvel's superheroines. Includes the first appearance of She-Hulk, by Stan Lee. Great fun.

Well I understand and usually agree with that they were not true to the real origin stories, but as more of an X-Men fan then Avengers, I'm okay with this and thought it was a fun story.

Library copy. My kids enjoyed this coming of age tale more than I did. There's a Stan Lee and John Buscema She-Hulk origin story after the 4 issue collection.

read 6/10/16

read for NoveList recommended reads project


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