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100 Girls by Adam Gallardo
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Oct 24, 10

bookshelves: graphic-novels, yalitisnotjustforyoungadults
Read in October, 2010

Fast-paced, action-packed story of superpowers, genetic meddling, and finding out who you really are, complete with a lot - a lot! - of ass-kicking and limb-ripping. In the grand tradition of Buffy; the main character(s) is really young (13), but comes across as much older. A fun, if not particularly deep, story, and it's always good to see girl action-heroes drawn to look recognizably female without becoming all T-and-A (especially when they're supposed to be teenagers). The only romance here is between adults (which may, as the GLA review points out on the Amazon page, gross out actual teenagers), but it's also nice to have a female protagonist without a crush on anyone.
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message 1: by Kelly (new)

Kelly Have you read Street Angel? It sounds similar in a coupla ways.


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