The Legend Of Will Power #1

Rated 4.67 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

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Vince White

Standard Comic
Black & White
Page Count: 24

What It's About

THE POWERVERSE™ PRESENT: THE LEGEND OF WILL POWER. Get the very first exciting issue #1!! Find out How the legend begins! Issue one tells the tale of a young teen named WILLIAM POWER and his epic journey that will cast him at odds with everything he knows! See how this modest, teen, football captain has the universe turned upside-down and his fate sealed to become the legendary WILL POWER! This is the story of one teen’s journey to becoming the most powerful hero alive!
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3 reviews for The Legend Of Will Power #1

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    email_ptah1 (verified owner)

    Wow! That was a great read, man! Can’t wait to see how this story unfolds. So many ideas went through my mind after reading this. And the artwork looks great!

    Keep going, bro! You’ve got a gem on your hands.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    mark@megagraphicart.com (verified owner)

    Coolest concept to come to super-hero comics in years! Vince White has it going on!

  3. Rated 4 out of 5

    Biancaa77 (verified owner)

    I enjoyed the Legend of Will Power because I felt as if it had everything a comic book needs. I enjoyed the prologue which introduces how the story is getting told and by who. I also enjoyed the font that they chose for the beginning prologue as I felt it fit perfectly with the black and white aesthetic. The illustration throughout this comic were nicely detailed and designed, even if when seeing the footballers faces I thought they looked a bit creepy. Once getting into the story I like that they added a time stamp of the occurrence of what they were illustrating. They managed to add information about Will Power and his family without just giving us his life story outright. I found some of the conversations a bit awkward and off putting for this comic like when his friends where talking up to his dad or when his girlfriend was talking about the other girls. It just didn’t seem to fit. There’s an illustration of the universe in this comic that I found completely stunning and just super pretty. It fit perfectly with the black and white pages as I don’t think it would fit in as well if the rest of the comic was in color. I found pages 12-14 a bit hard to grasp and read through properly. I had to go back and reread it and make sure I was reading it in the correct order. That’s an issue that I have with comics sometimes I read something that I shouldn’t have read till the other dialogue bubble because of the layout. I wasn’t 100% sure of what was going on through my first read but I was able to have an idea so it isn’t a major issue. In some of the pages in this comic they had horizontal comic panels which is my favorite way to read a comic as I find it easier for me so I appreciate that. I enjoy that the panels weren’t always in the same structure on every page as well. A small issue I saw with this comic was that Will Power is abnormally big even for a regular kid in 1990 he’s ridiculously huge which doesn’t make sense to me if this comic has a bit of real words setting in it. Overall I did enjoy this comic however. The illustration of the animals in the epilogue was also nice. This comic has the perfect amount of action and dialogue without being overfilled or just having filler. The panels aren’t always uniformed which adds a nice touch of creativity and the black and white illustration I find to be very well made. This comic ends on a to be continued with tension happening making the reader want to read the next issue which is something I look for in a good comic is if I actually want to read more.

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