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Frankie Kemp’s little boy was killed in the crossfire of gang warfare; ever since, Frankie has put on a mask and gone out to try to stop trouble before it begins. For years she’s been a vigilante in a world where superheroes belong on Saturday morning cartoons--but with the escape of a flu-borne supersoldier virus, Frankie, now called Chance, finds herself a powerless vigilante in a world with superpowers. Experience counts--but will it be enough to keep her alive?
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but manages to be something unique and wonderful.
on 8 September 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
Exciting and poignant and utterly gorgeous. It has the flavor of classic superhero comics, but manages to be something unique and wonderful.
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Yes, Take a Chance (on this graphic novel)
on 3 December 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
A very good graphic novel that I have been waiting on for a long time. I enjoyed it and wished for more.
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Well Written Hero
on 9 October 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
As a fan of indie comics, this was a total shock. The writing was sharp and not at all amateurish, the characters three dimensional, and the art was outstanding. In a world where the presence of superheroes and villains is becoming more commonplace, complete with actual super powers, Frankie Kemp is a rarity. With no powers or abilities aside from what she's worked her tail off to gain, she hits the streets (and the criminals) as "Chance" to prevent or possibly make up for (I'm not sure even she knows for sure which...) the tragic death of her son. When she does run up against a powered crook, it's just her wits and skill to keep her moving forward.
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