Rating if the Book Were a Movie: PG
Creator: Syzmon Kudranski
Illustrated: Syzmon Kudranski
Letters: Atom Morwill
Cover: Syzmon Kudranski
Editor: Marla Eizik
Publisher: Image Comics
Interior Artwork: 4.1
Cover Artwork: 4.1
About the Book:
When a child is born into a world that has a single parent, his imagination takes hold. Teaching himself how to draw, he puts his imagination on paper. But begins to see his imagination come to life, and learns to cope with his reality as best as a child can.
When I reviewed this title before I didn’t realize that I was on book #4 in the series, this book is the start of the series, and it is definitely off to a good start. We find the main character as a child, talking about his life with such a great imagination and how he copes with it.
The cover is intriguing as it is essentially the cover from Terminator #2. As a kid child of the 80’s and 90’s it brings back memories of that time. But it could also indicate the time frame of the book itself.
The interior or artwork is very well done. The colors are muted with various brighter colors sprinkled throughout. Almost like a flashback, I like the style and think that it portrays, as the characters of the imagination are in full color, even if muted. But the color shift in my opinion is done on purpose to highlight the imagination of the child.
This book is the start of a series that I think highlights a lot of what those with a great imagination go through. The potential in this book has the possibility to go places where the imagination is the start and has limitless possibilities for the journey.
While the child in the book has been deemed to have an overactive imagination, for those that can find the proper outlet, that can be a wonderful thing, and I look forward to reading where this story goes!
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