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4.0 out of 5 stars Too darn short!
It was too short! Although well written and drawn I really didn't get enough of the story, but then that's the hook... it gave me just enough to make me want to read the next one! Damn you! The idea for the story is good,a female gay superhero although what her superhero powers are we have yet to discover! Look forward to the next issue.
Published 6 months ago by Wendy Stephenson

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2.0 out of 5 stars The Beginning
To be honest this is okay as such but it is quite short. After reading the short intro by the Soska sisters you think that perhaps this will be good, after all there is nothing wrong if you are gay, it is just the way you were made, however as this is more of a prologue and finishes as the action starts it will take another issue or so to really get into the story. This...
Published 6 months ago by M. Dowden


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2.0 out of 5 stars The Beginning, 25 Feb 2014
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This review is from: Unity: Issue One (Kindle Edition)
To be honest this is okay as such but it is quite short. After reading the short intro by the Soska sisters you think that perhaps this will be good, after all there is nothing wrong if you are gay, it is just the way you were made, however as this is more of a prologue and finishes as the action starts it will take another issue or so to really get into the story. This will open on your tablet in landscape mode which is ideal for the artwork. Although this has been updated I still can only get this to work on my iPad in the Japanese type mode, so please remember if you download this to tap the left hand side of your screen to change the page, the frames appear from left to right as normal, but quite a lot of this is just one frame to a page, which means that you get nice clear illustrations.

Apart from the unusual formatting this is probably an okay read as such, but as I mentioned to know whether this is going to be any good will mean that you have to continue with the story.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Too darn short!, 4 Mar 2014
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It was too short! Although well written and drawn I really didn't get enough of the story, but then that's the hook... it gave me just enough to make me want to read the next one! Damn you! The idea for the story is good,a female gay superhero although what her superhero powers are we have yet to discover! Look forward to the next issue.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A good start!, 1 Mar 2014
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As a natural critic i was expecting a lot less but Fwah has done an excellent job of exceeding such expectations and has delivered the first in a very intriguing and brilliantly illustrated series if comics, and manages to tackle its amoral undertone effectively. A very good first issue. Now ill have to find some more!
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