REVIEW: Legacy of The View 1 & 2
A new hero story
Book Title: Legacy of The View
Book Description: Legacy of The View is a story about a high school student named "Chaz Johnson" who is an inspiring music engineer with a secret life as the Hero known as "The View". Chaz doesn't like being a hero, he's only interested in getting into music industry for a career, hanging out with his friends and family; but he is the only one with the powers to defeat The Howl and stop them from using the human race as a power supply.
Book Author: Curtis "Specks" Thompson
Book Format: Paperback
Publisher - Orgnization: Specks Vision
Illustrator: Yusuph Shittuh
- Interior Art(4.5)
- Cover Art(4.5)
I wasn’t convinced I was going to like this story, but I really like Specks Thompson, so I have it a go. There’s other similar-ish stories out there that I’ve read and just didn’t care for, so, I began reading Legacy of The View with a grain of salt… Issue 1 was OK. It was a good set-up, but, as I’ve said elsewhere issue 1’s are hard. Issue 1’s from first-time creators, even harder. If I had allowed myself to stop at issue 1 though, I would have missed out. Issue 2 really sucked me in and won me over! Thompson succeeds in issue 2 where so many other creators of similar stories fail, he takes the genre and starts making it his own and I can’t wait for issue 3! Pick-up this series, but don’t stop at issue 1! Trust me, it’s worth it!