haydenclaireheroes's Young Allies #1 - Now, Not Tommorow Part 1: No Turning Back review

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Young Allies meet the Bastards of Evil


I love the cover because it continues in the back of the issue too and shows the whole young ally team.


The story starts out with the origin of Toro. He was captured by the government to become a super solider and he was picked to have the serum. Nomad and Arana are introduced and they are fighting guys and know each other’s secret identity and also go to the same high school. Firestar and Gravity go to the same graduate school but, do not know each other yet. There is an explosion. Toro sees it but, cannot do anything about it because the police said there is lockdown. Nomad and Arana start fighting the kids of villains. Then firestar comes to help too and Gravity. Then Arana is thrown in to the Eifel Tower and Toro catches her. Then there is an even bigger explosion.

Best Part

I really enjoyed the relationship between Nomad and Arana and to see how close they are to each other. I also liked to see how all these superheroes see each other in their secret identities and do not even notice they are anyone special.

Worst Part

There was no worse part!!!


I really enjoyed the art it was nothing great but, it was not bad either. It told the story well and there were no faults with it. My favorite part is the fire on firestar I think that looks great.

Pick it up or not

Pick it up!!!!!!!!!! 


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