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Book Title: F.A.R.M. System

Book Description: What happens when a baseball training system is applied to the world of super powered individuals? Centered around an agency called F.A.R.M. Systems, we find out how one individual with no powers helps save the lives of many, and how the CEO of the agency will do absolutely whatever it takes to make money off the signing of every Super Powered Individual that walks through his agency door.

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Rating if the Book Were a Movie: R

Creative Team:
Created by: Rich Koslowski
Design: Nathan Widick
Editor: Chris Staros
Publisher: Top Shelf Productions

Story: 3.4
Interior Artwork: 3.5
Cover Artwork: 3.5
Dialogue: 3.2
Mechanics: 3.0
Editing: 3.0

Reviewer’s Notes:
The cover itself resembles a baseball dugout and shows the main “hero” of the story. I myself do not know as much about baseball as others I know, but I get the references and this cover is filled with them.  If you’re a baseball fan at all then this cover does a wonderful job at getting your attention, and makes you want to look at this book.

The interior artwork is created in the same manner as the cover art.  It is not overbearing and does a wonderful job showing the characters, their transitions and or abilities, and is consistent throughout the story.  Making sure that the reader visually see’s what is needed and required to drive the story!

The story itself seems to be that of a salesman who used to work for a baseball signing agency, and decided to quit and open up an agency that dealt with those with abilities, and instead of signing sports contracts he signs hero contracts as it were.  I found the story interesting enough, and to make it relevant the creator of the story kept it attached to the world of MARVEL comics with a few name drops, which I honestly do not think it needed, but does indicate that the CEO will say whatever to make the deal.  I rated the story R for the use of language and graphics, and while each is minimal, in a comic setting, the actions of some of the characters as well as what is said would be censored in major publications.

Overall it is a good story for reading once, especially if you are a fan of the creator or the work itself.  I do not know if this is a continuing series or a one off.  But I could see this story continuing if they ending were different.

But if you are interested in this story at all by all means pick it up and give it a look!

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Growing up in the 80s and 90s I grew up as an eclectic geek, a fact that still holds true today. I grew up watching all the classic cartoons of the 80's and had many an adventures with the toys that went with. Played tabletop RPG's and still enjoy computer gaming as adulting allows. On top of making time to read comics, and spend time with family and friends.

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