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Spectra: The Original Laser Superhero

3.5  ·  Rating details ·  4 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Lucinda Hene has just discovered she has special laser super powers! Can she save the day when an deceitful villain plans to rule the world?
Paperback, 12 pages
Published May 2010
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Hailey  Kotkin
Sep 25, 2016 rated it liked it
The idea of a typical super hero is challenged in Spectra: The Original Laser Superhero. Lucinda Hene is your average high school girl with newly discovered superpowers. Not long before she starts to practice using them, a villain sneaks into her school under the guise of a substitute teacher. What is the villain planning? Can Lucinda stop the evil plot just in time? The first aspect of this graphic novel that stood out was the vibrant splashes of color on every page. There seems to be no re-sh ...more
Angelica Nucico
Sep 25, 2016 rated it liked it
This graphic novel was somewhat interesting. To somebody who is really interested by physics, Spectra would be amazing. This graphic novel is more of a comic book style. The frames on this novel are all over the place. This placement keeps the novel interesting and the book alive.
The empty space in this book keeps the frames separated well. The layout of the book is clean and the pictures are vivid. It is a very informational book (non fiction).
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