"From that very first page it's just a fantastic, uncontrollable riot of a story, absolutely brilliant fun . . . Grange Hill
with giant manga-style robots" (Forbidden Planet
"Nothing short of brilliant and a must-read for any graphic novel-loving boys of aged 9+ . . . Mr Cameron's work is incredibly dynamic and bursting with colour during the superb robot fight action sequences, and then suitably toned down for the day-to-day school scenes . . . In Mo-Bot High
Neill Cameron has delivered a modern comic book that has strong appeal to both boys and girls and he should be commended for this" (Book Zone For Boys
"Neill Cameron updates Transformers
for a new generation . . . But there is a lot more going on here than giant robots and spectacular fight scenes - the sinister dinner ladies, and ominous comments about Asha being 'the Harbinger' give this a touch of Doctor Who
-style mystery alongside the technological awesomeness" (Armadillo Magazine
is a winning fusion of the sensibilities of the school-based serials of British Girls weeklies of the '70s and '80s with a contemporary Manga influence . . . Playground politics combine with dark conspiracies in a strip which can be succinctly described as Grange Hill
meets The Transfomers
" (Broken Frontier
Bright! Colourful! Slapstick! Pun-tastic!
The DFC Library is perfect for reluctant readers. If you know a child that struggles to engage with ordinary fiction, place a DFC Library title in their hands, and watch as they learn to love books. This growing collection, full of hilarious plots, will appeal to anyone aged 9-90 - so feast your eyes on The DFC Library!