Hero Camp (2004 1st Series) comic books 2003-2005
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Very limited print run of 300 for this first apprearance mini-comic! Written by Greg Thompson with art by Robbi Rodriguez; Back cover by Russ Lowery. "Hello Mother, Hello Father..." A normal, everyday teenager is coerced into attending a summer camp for the super-powered by his super-powered parents. It's Teen Titans meet Archie with a healthy dose of My So Called Life thrown in for good measure. Steven Grant, CBR columnist and writer of such comics as Punisher, My Flesh is Cool and others, calls Hero Camp "...an amusing unexplored take on superheroes that's not trying to pawn itself off as parody." 5.5 in X 8.5 in. 8 page story plus 4 pages of extras. Black and White. Cover price $2.00.
Written by Greg Thompson with art by Robbi Rodriguez. Cover colors by Russ Lowery. You met Eric in issue one. Now, in issue 2, meet the villains of Hero Camp! Goat (Will) and Hook (Sidney) have been trying to destroy Hero Camp for years, but their plans always fall miserably short. Perhaps a mysterious stranger holds the key to bring their dreams to fruition. It's 8 pages of black and white sequential fun with biographies on Robbi, Russ and Greg as well as a look at the evolution of the character Goat, a surefire future fan favorite! CBR columnist Steve Grant says that Hero Camp and its creators are "a title and talent to watch." 5.5 in X 8.5 in. 8 page story plus 4 pages of extras. Black and White Cover price $2.00.
Written and co-lettered by Greg Thompson, Art by Robbi Rodriguez, colored and co-lettered by Russ Lowery; Back Cover Pin-Up by Dead@17 creator Josh Howard. "Don't Stop Me Now" Meet Eric's co-campers: Introducing Sport, Tex, Zen, Block, Hype, Hottie and Dina Might! Eric's closest group of super-powered friends are excited, unlike Eric, to be going to Camp Enokchuk, however, a tiff over a girl could ruin their friendships forever! Also includes a pin-up by NYC Mech artist Andy McDonald. David Hopkins of Fanboy Radio says of Hero Camp: "The concept is so great, so interesting, and so pure. You wonder why nobody has thought of it previously." and that it "promises to be a great ongoing series." 5.5 in X 8.5 in. 8 page story plus 4 pages of extras. Black and White Cover price $2.00.