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Power Pack (2020) #1 


I did some research on more kid friendly Marvel comic books. One of the websites suggested Power Pack. While we still have Marvel Unlimited I thought I would check out Power Pack (2020) #1. I must say that I will not trust that website anymore in the future with suggestions. Their idea of kid friendly and mine are vastly different. Power Pack (2020) #1 starts out with what looks like artwork from a child in kindergarden. It is literally that bad. I was shocked that this is how the backstory is told. It is also really distracting.

From there the artwork improves slightly. Honestly I am not big on the artwork within Power Pack (2020) #1 in any way, shape or form. The kids got super powers and lie to their parents about what they are doing when they go off to fight crime. One of them wants to tell their parents but the other siblings stop that idea cold. The kindergarten art was actually going to be a present to the parents for their anniversary. There will be spoilers in this review.

The issues families can have with Power Pack (2020) #1 are lack of attire, enticement to lust, violence, lying, promotion of sexual deviancy, and more. The end of Power Pack (2020) #1 tries to have this major plot twist. The kids are in trouble for being vigilantes and will get arrested for trying to stop a bad guy. The bad guy in Power Pack (2020) #1 was trying to eat orphans. So much cringe in Power Pack (2020) #1.

Power Pack (2020) #1 obviously is promoting rebellion against the authorities. I have always found it funny when lefist promote this concept and then are shocked when someone enacts it against their leadership. They did just what you trained them to do. Why so shocked? I am not clear where Power Pack (2020) #1 fits in with the different Marvel Universes. Did something happen at this point in time that outlawed super heroes? If so how did these kids miss that? Maybe future issues will explain it.

Power Pack (2020) #1 did not impress me. In fact there are too many cringe moments in this comic book. I am glad we did not pay anything to read this. If someone tells you Power Pack (2020) #1 is safe for kids then you know they are lying, or completely ignorant. The rating is thirteen and older only so that should tell you something. I was unable to connect with any of the characters in Power Pack (2020) #1 at all. The storyline is mundane, and the art needs help.
- Paul


Graphics: 55%
Writing: 70%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Story: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 55%

System: Marvel Unlimited
Publisher: Marvel
Author: North, Leon, Stegman
Rating: ‘T+’ for THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY

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