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101 Things to Do to Become a Superhero (… or Evil Genius) Paperback – 1 Oct 2010
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`A handy guide to all the things you need to do and learn to become a successful superhero . . . It covers everything from interviewing for sidekicks and honing your powers to developing a suitably tortured backstory'
101 amazing ways to make, learn or cheat your way to superhero brilliance. Utterly addictive, guaranteed to keep any 10+ child (or their parents) occupied at weekends, evenings or on holiday --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product description
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Its great fun, its something that will appeal to not just young readers but Super Hero fans of all ages (including those who got a real joy out of Kickass) and will make a great stocking filler for the hero in your life. My only real complaint is in how the book is split by one chapter for heroes, one for villains, to me it would have made more sense if the villain section had been taken and reversed so that you read back to front for the villains and front to back for heroes. It would have kept it easier for people to pick which way they wanted to go and to follow it through completely. That said, it is a minor complaint and shouldn't really reflect on the fun that the reader of this title will have.