Danger Club #1

    Danger Club » Danger Club #1 - Part 1 released by Image on April 2012.

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    Part 1 last edited by tinyirnfist0 on 04/08/23 08:48AM View full history

    Faced with the deadliest peril the universe had ever known, the world's greatest heroes left the Earth to battle a nightmarish evil... and they never came back. Now only their teenage sidekicks remain. Will the Danger Club unite against this unknown cosmic menace, or will their struggle for dominance destroy them? The critically acclaimed creative team of LANDRY Q. WALKER and ERIC JONES (Supergirl: Cosmic Adventures In the 8th Grade, Batman: Brave and the Bold) reunite to tell the apocalyptic tale of these titanic teens.



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    Capeless reviews DANGER CLUB #1 0

    Unsupervised children beat each other lifeless in an arena while the world around them burns.Fans of books like The Hunger Games may find this a familiar concept, but beyond that slight similarity, Danger Club is in a class of its own.We join the story already in progress and quickly learn that this world is having a really bad year.The superhuman protectors of the planet ventured off into space three months prior to deal with a cosmic-level threat. They have not returned.In their absence, the d...

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    What the Teen Titans should be! 0

    Meet the Danger Club! Art. The artist worked on books on Batman the Brave and the Bold, and the Supergirl Adventures book but boy does this book get gritty and he does a great job portraying the grit and violence. It's action-packed and gory. He does a good job making the characters look like actual teens. The designs are pretty cool as well. The artist does a great job portraying such a bleak world. Also the homage cover on the first page is an interesting idea and it's well done. ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Too violent for it's own good 0

    Summary and Scans hereThe GoodArt- The opening page had a great throwback feel while the rest of the book drawn by Eric Jones is stylized with dynamic colors that add to the intensity of every scene.Story- Literally a world in which children now rule, action, sex and wanton violence to follow I’m sure. The mystery of what defeated the heroes and it’s imminent arrival on earth is intriguing to say the least! I’ll certainly stick around to see where things are headed!Characters- The personalities ...

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