Super Sons: The Polarshield Project

Super Sons: The Polarshield Project Review

Jon Kent and Damian "Ian" Wayne are opposite in every way except one—they are the sons of the World's Greatest Heroes! To uncover a global conspiracy, this unlikely dynamic duo will need to learn to trust each other and work together to save the Earth. But who is the mysterious Candace, and what secrets does she hold that could be the key to everything?

The polar ice caps have nearly melted away, causing devastation to coastal cities. Erratic, deadly weather forces everyone inland, tearing families apart. Earth is facing its greatest crisis—and Superman and Batman are nowhere to be found.

From New York Times best-selling author Ridley Pearson (Kingdom Keepers) and artist Ile Gonzalez comes the first book in an epic new series that follows the Super Sons of Superman and Batman as they struggle to find their place in a rapidly changing world!

Title:Super Sons: The Polarshield Project

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    Super Sons: The Polarshield Project Reviews

  • Anne

    What in the hell was this?I don't...It just...I'm at a loss for words as to exactly how awful this turd was on multiple levels.Ok, as an example of how randomly horrible this thing was, one part of th...

  • Sans

    Woooooooow. No.EDIT: I've been stewing over this for three days now and what's really bothering me are the characterizations. I get that this is part of the young'uns line DC is experimenting with. I ...

  • Chad

    DC's first foray into its new imprint for young children, DC Zoom, is unfortunately, a disappointment. I guess this is what happens when you have creators who know absolutely nothing about the charact...

  • Jen

    Artwork was serviceable, but ugly. On close-ups, characters had pig noses. Storyline was jumpy, multiple POV and timeline jumped when it went from POV to POV. Tons of dangling plot points to be dealt ...

  • Rod Brown

    In his foreword, Pearson admits he is new to the DC Universe...and it shows. His script is gibberish with a plot that jumps around randomly as if it were written by a kid rather than for kids. Or by a...

  • Teresa

    3.5Thank you Netgalley, Ridley Pearson, and CD Entertainment for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review.I'm not a huge DC fan to begin with, but I generally like Batman as ...

  • Rachel

    I picked this up because my almost seven year-old son is VERY into graphic novels. I'm always looking for something new that we can read together, books that fall into this middle-grade range. Super S...

  • John

    I read an ARC of this and, so far, at least, there's more wrong with this book than there is right. Some of the issues will probably be fixed by publication time; others won't.The art is generally fla...

  • Rian *fire and books*

    Lacked transitions and wasn’t easy to follow because of that. The outside story is good. There are issues stemming from global warming resulting in coastal dwelling families being forced to move inw...

  • Chad

    I thought this book was boring. I literally started nodding off while reading it. The art was terrible, but did its job. I hope that DC addresses some of the contrast issues with the coloring. Some pa...