read: Jupiter’s Circle no.3 & 4 (2015)

I grouped those two issues together because i had been struggling with whether i post about them or not. I decided on yes because Jupiter’s Circle as well as Legacy are proof that Mark Millar has some good stories on him that are rooted in the human condition/child-like love for superheroes and not just Nemesis and Kick-Ass. The theme stays in his rather adult examination of superheroes, midlife crisis and sense of entitlement in this case, but it is not handled in a "marketing friendly" way. The art further enhances the period setting of the story.

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Author: Monkey

Passes for an adult, but his mind is being held hostage by a ten year old version of himself.

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