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Gladstone's School For World Conquerors

by Mark Andrew Smith

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Welcome to Gladstone''s School for World Conquerors, a top secret academy for the children of the world''s greatest super villains to learn the trade. Join us as Kid Nefarious, Mummy Girl, Martian Jones, Ghost Girl, and the infamous Skull brothers unearth the School''s and their parent''s hidden past.

Not a new concept, but still enjoyable. Reminds me of the movie Sky High except it’s for villains instead of heroes. The story is a bit shaky and kind of disjointed, but the art makes up for it. The colors are vibrant and I love the artwork. Seriously. ( )
  AVoraciousReader | Jun 22, 2016 |
Totally adorable. A group of students from Gladstone's get their hands on comic books that have their parents battling it out with heroes and are horrified to see that the books make their parents look ridiculous and incompetent. They don't know that their parents have a deal with the superheroes or that two of their number know about the deal and are trying to get revenge.

I loved the bright slick art style. It felt perfect for the story. I liked learning about the kids, watching Kid Nefarious and Mummy Girl develop a relationship, and getting introduced to the characters. The parents were pretty neat too. There were some amazing funny parts and i am honestly looking forward to seeing how the kids react to both what they've done and the realizations that things are being staged and their folks agreed to it. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
Totally adorable. A group of students from Gladstone's get their hands on comic books that have their parents battling it out with heroes and are horrified to see that the books make their parents look ridiculous and incompetent. They don't know that their parents have a deal with the superheroes or that two of their number know about the deal and are trying to get revenge.

I loved the bright slick art style. It felt perfect for the story. I liked learning about the kids, watching Kid Nefarious and Mummy Girl develop a relationship, and getting introduced to the characters. The parents were pretty neat too. There were some amazing funny parts and i am honestly looking forward to seeing how the kids react to both what they've done and the realizations that things are being staged and their folks agreed to it. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
Totally adorable. A group of students from Gladstone's get their hands on comic books that have their parents battling it out with heroes and are horrified to see that the books make their parents look ridiculous and incompetent. They don't know that their parents have a deal with the superheroes or that two of their number know about the deal and are trying to get revenge.

I loved the bright slick art style. It felt perfect for the story. I liked learning about the kids, watching Kid Nefarious and Mummy Girl develop a relationship, and getting introduced to the characters. The parents were pretty neat too. There were some amazing funny parts and i am honestly looking forward to seeing how the kids react to both what they've done and the realizations that things are being staged and their folks agreed to it. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
Totally adorable. A group of students from Gladstone's get their hands on comic books that have their parents battling it out with heroes and are horrified to see that the books make their parents look ridiculous and incompetent. They don't know that their parents have a deal with the superheroes or that two of their number know about the deal and are trying to get revenge.

I loved the bright slick art style. It felt perfect for the story. I liked learning about the kids, watching Kid Nefarious and Mummy Girl develop a relationship, and getting introduced to the characters. The parents were pretty neat too. There were some amazing funny parts and i am honestly looking forward to seeing how the kids react to both what they've done and the realizations that things are being staged and their folks agreed to it. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
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Super villains-in-training Kid Nefarious, Mummy Girl, Martian Jones, Ghost Girl, and the Skull brothers delve into the pasts of their parents and Gladstone's School for World Conquerors.

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