Title: Powers Squared # 5
Publisher: Powers Squared
Created by: David Hankins, Paul Hankins, Trevor Hankins
Written by: David Hankins and Paul Hankins
Edited by: Paul Hankins
Pencil and Inks by: Sika Murti
Cover by: Rachel Wells
Colors by: Paige Cambern
Lettering by: Trevor Hankins
Price: $ 1.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Website: www.powerssquaredcomicbook.com
Comments: Eli actually steps up and talks to the girl he likes. He kind of stumbles a bit but forges ahead and keeps his cool. He really does make some a lot of progress.
Two men after the twins find out against twins with powers they should have prepared better. Here to Marty discovers they have another power. They have lots of powers and they are shown enjoying that fact.
Eli and Jennifer are starting up a relationship. Young love is blossoming. The two boys in this regard behave as young men do. Jennifer is a cute girl and drawn to show that. Overall the art in the comic is simple and basic yet it fits the story.
The boys using their abilities in public may not be a good idea. Do they want to draw attention to themselves?
Marty and Eli are just starting out on their adventures as superpowered being and learning more about their abilities each day. How powerful are they?

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Title: Powers Squared # 5 Publisher: Powers Squared Created by: David Hankins, Paul Hankins, Trevor Hankins Written by: David Hankins and Paul Hankins Edited by: Paul Hankins Pencil and Inks by: Sika Murti Cover by: Rachel Wells Colors by: Paige Cambern Lettering by: Trevor Hankins Price: $ 1.99 US Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Website: www.powerssquaredcomicbook.com Comments: Eli actually steps up...