Hero Cats Volume 1

Hero Cats Volume 1

Kyle Puttkammer Marcus Williams Ryan Sellers Omaka Schultz Briana Higgins / Dec 11, 2019

Hero Cats Volume The cutest heroes on the planet have arrived Meet the Hero Cats of Stellar City in this their first spectacular graphic novel Not your ordinary house cats they re a tactical action packed covert te

  • Title: Hero Cats Volume 1
  • Author: Kyle Puttkammer Marcus Williams Ryan Sellers Omaka Schultz Briana Higgins
  • ISBN: 9781632290793
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Paperback
  • The cutest heroes on the planet have arrived Meet the Hero Cats of Stellar City in this, their first spectacular graphic novel Not your ordinary house cats, they re a tactical, action packed covert team dealing with extraordinary threats to humanity in ways that will amaze.

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    1. I picked this up at Emerald City Comic Con with the hope that my little boy might enjoy it. And while he might, i don't think I'm going to give this to him.This is a collection of the first four comics in a series. But in between each comic is several pages of adds for other comics (presumably by the same publisher).It was confusing to me at first, as I thought the ads were some sort of extra content. (The way they'll sometimes include a newspaper article or a letter in between issues of a comic [...]


    2. Probably because I'm a dog person that's why I wasn't able to appreciate fully this graphic novel. However, those who like cats will be delighted with the stories in this first book of the Hero Cats of Stellar City. This volume compiles Chapter 1 to 6 with a bonus story from Action Lab's 2014 Halloween Comicfest Comic entitled, "Monster Movie Night." I consider The Menace of Johnny Arcado and Mystery on Campus the best stories in this installment.Thanks to Action Lab Entertainment for the readin [...]


    3. Cats as heroes. Who needs G.I. Joe or Transformers when you can have our fluffy feline friends saving the day? They're the real American heroes.Each cat has a particular set of skills, and they will work together to save the day.Okay, enough references. Well, one more:There's no case too big or too small for these Rescue Rangers! When there's danger, they'll never fail!Okay, now that's enough.So year, it's a bunch of cats being heroes and fighting the "infantry" while the super heroes get the cr [...]



    4. There is a lot of kid appeal here in this graphic novel about a team of cats who tackle the bad guys to protect the city they live in. But there is an extraneous thread about a father/daughter superhero pair that doesn't really add anything and just doesn't seem to belong. It felt like an interruption to the story.


    5. I had higher hopes for this - the art is so incredibly cute! I expected the story to be more along the lines of Beasts of Burden, if much less dark and with superheroes. But the plot is disjointed and had a very random feel to it, and the writing is choppy.


    6. Cats and superheroes?! What's not to love?! I downloaded the first issue and loved it. It's so funny and so clever, and the cuteness doesn't hurt. Waiting for payday to buy the rest!!


    7. I found this in the young-adult section, but I'm still not sure. Sometimes it feels childish, sometimes it almost feels too old. Yet, I loved every minute of it and can't stop reading.


    8. Cassiopeia quotes Sun Tzu's The Art of War. Midnight HATES criminals. Rocket is from outserpsace and builds robots. All of them are cats. how could i not be into this?


    9. A quirky, unique, humorous, cat adventure book, it is also very entertaining and fun to read. Owners of cats as pets and overall cat lovers would be duly entertained when reading this book. The cat ventures are quite interesting and leave you with a smile on your face. What could be more perfect? than sitting in your cozy corner, reading adventurous exploits by your favorite animal friend, in this amazing comic book with its colorful, delightful illustrations and vibrant colors.


    10. 3.5 StarsThis story has some good potential to be a great series. The beginning was a little slow and summed up a lot of stuff that would have been interesting to see happen, such as how Cassie first came to the Hero Cats or *SPOILER* how her humans became super heroes, I mean in a full comic book not a quick story *END SPOILER*. Some of the dialogue didn't feel realistic either but the story and the characters were really getting better by the end. I think I'm interested enough to keep reading [...]


    11. This introductory issue sets the stage for the action in issues to come. I am behind on this series but it already looks like a great story is going to unfold.




    12. There has been a trend that has not ended and probably will stay for a long, long, long, LONGGG time: superheroes. And I LOVE superheroes. From Superman to Wonder Woman to Iron Man, I always love a good superhero story. This one sure does take the cake, too, as this story is about a bunch of CATS! Who doesn't like cats other than the occasional cat-hater or super-dog-lover?! I found all the cats to be very nicely drawn and brave when they were facing their enemy. Also, since I find myself to be [...]


    13. Cute comic, although not sure if I will continue the other volumes since it's meant for a younger demographic. At first it's overly simplistic - the first two volumes are an introduction to Cassiopeia (beautiful name) and the other cats: ace, midnight, belle, rocket and rocco. It does get a bit more plot and detailed from the third issue which is about Cassi's training and the fourth is the team going underground in a sinkhole.The art is nice. There is some wit which I appreciated like'' This al [...]


    14. I read a bind-up of the first six volumes of this graphic novel, it was cute, colourful, action-packed and fun . It contained a combination of cat heroes as well as two human superheroes, a dad and his daughter and a variety of baddies for them all to fight and save the day .The drawings were really nice and pleasing to the eye . The storylines were good and entertaining too . I would recommend it to any superhero fans, cat lovers and anyone who just wants a cute, fun read .I will be looking for [...]


    15. Hero Cats of Stellar City is a cute sci-fi comic series for youth and young adult audiences. It centers around a group of cats, with special abilities, who have banded together to protect their city. Not a lot of depth to the stories, sometimes the stakes suddenly escalate for no apparent reason, and it can occasionally be a bit heavy-handed and off-putting with the moral lessons. Overall, though, younger audiences who are looking for non-traditional comic heroes will find this a refreshing chan [...]



    16. I wanted this to be good, because it sounds like such a fun concept. The art is great, but wow ugh, the story and the characters.






    17. I was attracted to this book because I thought the art was very cute and the concept intrigued me. As I started reading it, I was very confused over the storyline because all the characters were introduced right off the bat and there seemed to be a plot already in place but wasn't explained. After a while, I realized that this is a spin-off comic series and there are facts and people that are hinted but only make sense if you have read the other comic series.If I would have known this, I would n [...]


    18. My nine year old son and I picked this up at our local comic book store. This was a cute graphic novel that is something children (especially cat and superhero loving children) will enjoy.The illustration is colorful and the cats are fun (if a bit stereotypical). The dialogue is a fairly low reading level and a bit goofy at times; but my son loved it and has read it multiple times. He wants all the other Hero Cats TPs immediately!As an adult I didn’t enjoy it as much as he did. I thought the d [...]


    19. I LOVE the art and coloring of this series! It is gorgeous. Plus cats are awesome. And cute. I thought it was a pretty good comic. Some cat acrobatic action scenes, some character development, different distinct personalities. At first, I was confused about the human super hero sections but then realized that it was a story running in parallel to the cats adventure. I like how that added a little more to the story and also another larger mystery of Amelia's whereabouts that will probably be slow [...]


    20. Cute, but really kind of juvenile. I would rather the cats focus on things they can do as cats, which would make them extraordinary. Like, great sense of smell. Instead the cats are just humans in cat bodies, that's how they act.


    21. The low reviewers are right - the plot is disjointed and the writing is clumsy. But 3 stars for sheer cuteness and fun.



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