The battle for Foxbay! Can Aero-Girl and Jak-Jak stop Dr. Chimera and his army of Ani-Men from unleashing his gene bomb and mutating the city’s citizens?
With so many of them out there, oddly enough superhero titles are probably the kind I read the least of. It isn’t so much that I dislike them, but I just don’t tend to gravitate towards them. This has been one of the exceptions though, and now we soar into the final issue of The Adventures of Aero-Girl to see how it concludes.
The city is need of every superhero to answer the call, but Aero-Girl’s mother refuses to lose another person she loves to that lifestyle. After a heart to heart talk and a solid mutual understanding, the young heroine gets her mother’s blessing to help stop Dr. Chimera. Along with her new sidekick Jak-Jak and the Teen Stars crew, they save the day and the city from Chimera’s mutation bomb.
With this being the last book, the artwork let loose all of its own powers for some fantastic visuals. Getting to see all of the heroes facing off against the Ani-Men baddies provided this issue lots of spectacular looking scenes. There’s one page where all the heroes are illustrated in the perfect layout for a print or poster and I wish I could get one of it.
This was such a fun series to read and I’m hoping that it might continue past this standard short four book run. The story was fun and emotional in just the right amounts, backed by very bold art in every issue. Whether or not this gets continued you should definitely have these four parts of the series in your collection.
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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.