Today's post is on Faith: Hollywood and Vine by Jody Houser, Francis Portela, Marguerite Sauvage, and Andrew Dalhouse. It is the first in the Faith comic series. It is 123 pages long and is published by Valiant. The cover is blue with Faith sitting on power lines as she writes on her laptop. The intended reader is someone who likes comic books, interesting heroines, and superhero stories. There is no mild foul language, no sex, and voilence in this book. The story is told from first person close of the main character Faith. There Be Spoilers Ahead.
From the back of the book- Valiant's most demanded hero steps out of Harbinger and into an all-new miniseries adventure!
Orphaned at a young age, Faith Herbert - a psionically gifted "psiot" discovered by the Harbinger Foundation - has always aspired to greatness. But now this once ordinary teenager is taking control of her destiny and becoming the hard-hitting hero she's always known she can be - complete with a mild-mannered secret identity, unsuspecting colleagues, and a day job as a reporter that routinely throws into her harms way! Well, at least she thought it would When she's not typing up listicles about cat videos, Faith makes a secret transformation to patrol the night as the City of Angels' own leading superhero - the sky-soaring Zephyr!
But flying solo is going to be tougher than she ever thought when Zephyr uncovers a deep-rooted alien conspiracy. Two-bit burglars and car thieves are one thing, but when the world needs a hero to stave off an full-blown extraterrestrial invasion, will Faith find herself in over her head or ready for her biggest challenge yet?
Review- I had so much fun with this volume. I really like Faith. She is open to the world and she wants to embrace it. Faith has moved from being with a group of superheroes to working mostly on her own. She still has contact with some of her friends but she is pulling all the work herself. She has a secret identity and a normal job. But she does go out and stop the bad things from happening at night. She discovers that people are going missing and they are like her. So off we go with Faith as she uncovers what is going on and tries to keep her life together at the same time. I cannot wait to read the next one.
I give this volume a Five out of Five stars. I get nothing for my review and I borrowed this volume from my local library.