RICH REVIEWS: Powers Squared # 14

Title: Powers Squared # 14
Publisher: SRCC Press
Created by: David Hankins, Paul Hankins, Trevor Hankins
Written by: David Hankins and Paul Hankins
Edited by: Paul Hankins
Pencil, Inks, and Cover by: Rachel Wells
Colors by: Julia Canon
Lettering by: Trevor Hankins
Price: $ 1.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: The twins Marty and Eli are at odds over the decisions Marty is making in his life. He is following his girlfriend’s advice. She may be leading him on for her own reasons.
Eli meanwhile has an Imposter to catch, a person who can look like anyone. Eli has a plan to catch this Imposter and it just might work. Eli’s plan as he carries it out has him acting cool as he knows exactly what to do.
The art is nicely done. It has great colors and shading. The characters pop out at you. Each one has their own unique look. They all look normal yet the story lets you know otherwise.
Dr. Atlas is mentioned a lot. Here when we see him he appears to be just a normal doctor out to help others. Yet he is thought of as a major villain. Which one is he? Eli sure did come up with a plan only problem is it may backfire on him in a huge way, if not now then in the future. Being honest is the best policy.
So not so much teen drama in this issue only superpowers drama. Two villains find a change in their lifestyle may just be for the better.
It is so wonderful to see the twins back together on friendly terms. They do work so well together. Powers Squared is a power team.

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