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Is A Little Known Fact That Comic books Used To Be The Newspaper They Told The Stories Of The Villains And Heroes That Did Battle Daily In The Big Cities Of The World Everything Changed When The Villains Decided That Being Evil Behind A Desk Was Easier Than Being Beaten Up In The Streets Evil Moved Into Big Business, And The Area Of Heroes And Villains Faded Into AntiquitySome Fifty Years Later, A New Villain Appears On The Pages Of Tabloids Around The ï read ß Villainous by Jackson Haime ✓ World Ashes, A Surprisingly Short Mad Genius Has His Heart Set On Bringing Back The Golden Age Of Villainy, And He Is Going To Go Through Hell Or High Water To Do It He S Going To Show The World That Being The Villain Isn T Always The Wrong Path, But He Is Going To Have To Get Through TitanVillainous Is The First Episode In Season One Of Villainous ↠´ Villainous î There are villains and heroes in the world but these days they work behind a desk, rather than put themselves at risk on the mean streets But all that changes when Ashes enters the fray.
There s the old comment, Never judge a book by its cover I liked the skull design on Villainous Unfortunately the contents didn t live up to the image.
This is an odd book Overall it attempts to be breezy and humorous, but doesn t quite make it The story opens in a Hunger Games style with a kid called Evan Skyward who tries to make a difference in the world But a few pages in the kid is dead and suddenly the author is talking to the reader saying that thankfully Evan isn t the main character and launches into an explanation of the upcoming story It s jarring and frustrating.
Then we move to the Jim Henson school of villainy yes, you read that correctly