[Epub] ↠ Super Sons: The Polarshield Project (Super Sons (DC Zoom) Book 1) Author Ridley Pearson – Tactical-player.co.uk

Super Sons: The Polarshield Project (Super Sons (DC Zoom) Book 1) The Polar Ice Caps Have Nearly Melted Away, Causing Devastation To Coastal Cities Erratic, Deadly Weather Forces Everyone Inland, Tearing Families Apart Earth Is Facing Its Greatest Crisisand Superman And Batman Are Nowhere To Be FoundJon Kent And Damian Wayne Are Opposite In Every Way Except Onethey Are The Sons Of The Worlds Greatest Heroes To Uncover A Global Conspiracy, This Unlikely Dynamic Duo Will Need To Learn To Trust Each Other And Work Together To Save The Earth But Who Is The Mysterious Candace And What Secrets Does She Hold That Could Be The Key To Everything From New York Times Bestselling Author Ridley Pearson Kingdom Keepers And Artist Ile Gonzalez Comes The First Original Graphic Novel In An Epic Three Part Series That Follows The Super Sons Of Superman And Batman As They Struggle To Find Their Place In A Rapidly Changing World


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5 thoughts on “Super Sons: The Polarshield Project (Super Sons (DC Zoom) Book 1)

  1. says:

    Super Sons The Polarshield Project is the first volume of a new younger readers series starring Jon Kent and Damian Call me Ian Wayne but not the comic book versions this is an Elseworlds where America is called Coleumbria and we are deep into climate change and global warming, and where Wayne Enterprises are building flood barriers to protect sinking cities.The 142 page story


  2. says:

    The DC Universe is over eighty years old, and most of us have grown up familiar with its characters and the world they live in This graphic novel throws most of that away In the comics, both Batman and Superman have found them themselves as fathers with engaging stories told about their relationships with their offspring and development of the super scions This book takes that b


  3. says:

    If you re looking for anything like Tomasi s supersons, you re out of luck Jon is mostly unchanged, but Damien is not Damien The comic panels don t flow, I found myself than once completely confused about what was going on The story jumps all over the place It seems that Pearson has never read a DC comic in his life.


  4. says:

    As someone who is very into comics and is eager to share that my kids, I really WANTED to like Super Sons The PolarShield Project I m very familiar with the Jon Kent and Damian here called Ian Wayne characters and I completely support the idea of creating comics aimed at younger age groups The reality is, the main purchasers of the comic book series are college age or over and very


  5. says:

    As part of DC s Zoom imprint, Super Sons The Polarshield Project introduces young readers to Jonathan Kent and Damian although in this story he prefers to go by Ian Wayne as they uncover an environmental conspiracy that could possibly destroy the world The story focuses on the two young men who happen to be the sons of Superman and Batman, respectively, and their friends Candace who h


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