Hero Cats 2

Would you like to play a game? Duty calls as the Hero
Cats defend Stellar City against Johnny Arcado’s dangerous digitized minions.
But in this game there is no reset button!
With so many superhero movies coming out lately, it’s fun
to see a different side of the hero action. 
In this case, the good guys come in small furry packages.  No, I’m not talking about G-Force, otherwise I’d
have said tiny furry packages.  In this case, it’s the heroic team of kitties
in the second issue of Hero Cats.
In case you missed the first issue, we were introduced to
a group of cats who possess special abilities of sorts.  With powers ranging from mind reading to
super speed, they’ve banded together to protect their home of Stellar
City.  While the first issue was a
lighter, intro type book, the darker more action oriented side of things starts
in book two.  Facing off against a
villain turning video games into his weapon, the team has to get past their
differences and work together to save the day.
Once again, the cute and cuddly adventures of these felines
are drawn in an equally charming fashion. 
All cuteness of the characters themselves aside, we get to see a broader
spectrum of the artwork with fights and more flashy sequences.  But, the lovable group of heroes is just as
adorable as they were in the launch issue.
The story in the second issue definitely got more
involved and has shown us the potential for a really good series.  With appeal for people of all ages and
interests, it’s a fun book that I’m glad I got to jump into.  If you haven’t already, you should definitely
join these brave little guys and grab both the first issue as well as this one.

For more information on Hero Cats, check out Action Lab and Hero Cats Comic.
Geek-o-Rama received a copy of this book for the purpose of this review. All thoughts, comments and opinions are those of the individual reviewer.

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