Faith is the story of a woman who, like most of us, is just trying to figure out where she belongs. After gaining powers she tried the teamwork initiative and when that didn’t work she was left on her own. How is she expected to handle her powers and her secret identity while trying to keep everyone safe?
- An extremely relatable heroine. She is a comic book enthusiast who struggles with her identity. The only difference is she has a couple different identities she needs to keep track of, one of which has actual super powers.
- The story provides a great introduction, showing just how tricky it can be to manage your secrets. It has a fun and lighthearted attitude, complete with her own fantasy sequences of how she wishes her life would actually go.
- Leads well into the next comic, leaving the reader wanting more. The only thing is it would be nice to know why the team fell apart but there is opportunity for that in the coming issues.
- The book is expertly drawn, giving a lot of emotion in each panel. It also does a really good job at varying the styles ever so slightly when it is a fantasy sequence or dream.
- Our main character herself is a gorgeous character, who you’ll feel like you will actually see her in real life. She is unique and quirky, and most importantly one of the dorkiest (in a good way) super heroes. She seems to like the idea of being a hero, even in her fantasy games and that is a good target audience for those reading comic books. Making her relatable and real, letting the reader connect with her easier.
- The characters each vary quite a bit, which helps when a lot of characters are introduced early on. Also, the superhero movie star name Chris seems to remind me of someone, but maybe that is just me.