Ironheart, Vol. 1: Those With Courage

Ironheart, Vol. 1: Those With Courage

Riri Williams, the armored hero called Ironheart who took the comics world by storm, takes center stage! When a group of world leaders is held hostage by one of Spider-Man's old foes, Riri must step up her game. But she's thrown for a loop when an old acquaintance from back in Chicago re-enters her life! Now, Ironheart is caught between her need for independence and her ob Riri Williams, the armored hero called Ironheart who took the comics world by storm, takes center stage! When a group of ...

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Title:Ironheart, Vol. 1: Those With Courage
Author:Eve L. Ewing
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:Ironheart, Vol. 1: Those With Courage
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:136 pages pages

Ironheart, Vol. 1: Those With Courage Reviews

  • Kimberly
    Jul 21, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

  • Nick Zinn
    Jul 29, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

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  • Heather
    Jul 23, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

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  • Steve
    Aug 11, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

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  • Nick Klagge
    Jul 13, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

  • April
    Jul 29, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

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  • Daniel Butcher
    Aug 12, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

  • Sesana
    Aug 07, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

  • Conor Murphy
    Aug 04, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

  • Leonicka
    Jul 23, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

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  • Rui
    Jul 25, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

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  • Alison
    Aug 10, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

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  • Ben
    Aug 04, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

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  • Helena
    Jul 20, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

  • Trebyl
    May 16, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

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  • Grahm Wiley-Camacho
    Jul 18, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

  • James DeSantis
    May 12, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

  • Thomas
    May 30, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

  • Max Pacheco
    Jul 28, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

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  • Aydin
    May 03, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

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  • Ben Dorris
    Aug 04, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

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  • Jonathan Perry
    Jul 13, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

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  • Igor Toscano
    May 16, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

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  • Ryan Head
    Jul 17, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

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  • Nevins Memorial
    Aug 01, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

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  • Meghan Ryan
    Aug 05, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

  • Remy'S Dad
    Aug 14, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

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  • John Ward
    Aug 13, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

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  • C. Sellner
    Apr 30, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

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  • Matt Calvert
    Aug 03, 2019

    Riri gets a new writer, and with that a different feel for the character. Is it better? In some ways yes, in some no. This is mostly a great jump on point for Ironheart. If read about her, you probably have some idea who she is. A super smart 15 year old who creates armor and such ...

    THIS is how you deliver superhero action! This has everything I want from a solo superhero title - witty banter, a good supporting cast, a slow build to ongoing threats, and introspective moments that help me connect to this better-than-real-life hero because she's going through stuff ...

    So I was nervous going into this book, because to my knowledge while Eve Ewing has the background to write a great story about Riri a great story doesn?t always translate to a great comic. But this was a REALLY great comic book. I?m super excited for this series moving forward....

    I read these as single issues. I'm so glad Eve Ewing is writing this series! She's an excellent writer (see my reviews of "Electric Arches" and "Ghosts in the Schoolyard"), and it's so awesome that she is writing Riri as well as being a poet and academic. These issues do a great job of...

    The book does a nice job of dropping this newly renamed hero into Chicago. The story does a nice job of using the hero's backstory, fears and personality to make something that connects. I'm just likely a bit too old for the demographic so it doesn't connect with me like it would...

    This really worked for me. I like Riri in general, and I really like how Ewing writes the character. I especially like that this volume is bringing her into her own as Chicago's own superhero. There are enough heroes on the east coast, after all. ...

    This is so so good. The new creative team is great. While I mostly enjoyed the previous run, I feel like this is what Riri is supposed to be like. She really comes into her own as a hero and steps out of Tony Stark's shadow. I can't wait to read more! ...

    I loved getting to know Riri more. A great read, we get to see her build relationships, which is something she struggles with. I will forever be mad at their choice for the cover art. Any other cover from the series would have been amazing. This one action scene is unflattering and a...

    This is fantastic! ...

    Snappy dialogue, sharp look at alienation. ...

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