Superfail

Max Brunner (Author) Dustin MacKay (Illustrator)
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Description

Diary of a Wimpy Kid meets Big Hero Six when a group of young but defective superheroes attempt to save the day!

Laser vision isn't so hot when you're cross-eyed, and supersonic flight's a real downer when motion sickness keeps you grounded.

Twelve-year-old Marshall Preston is a Defective--a person with superhuman abilities that are restricted by some very human setbacks. While other kids are recruited to superhero teams, Marshall's stuck in seventh grade with a kid who can run at super speed but can't turn a corner, another with a radioactive peanut allergy that turns him into a swollen Hulk, and a telepath who reads everyone's thoughts out loud.

Defectives like Marshall aren't exactly superhero material, but when he uncovers a plot to destroy one of the greatest superhero teams of all time, Marshall and his less-than-super friends set out to prove that just because you're defective doesn't mean you can't save the day.

With full illustrations throughout and a funny, heartwarming story, Superfail is the perfect book for reluctant young readers and the superhero fan.

Product Details

Price
$13.99  $12.87
Publisher
Running Press Kids
Publish Date
November 14, 2017
Pages
208
Dimensions
5.6 X 0.9 X 8.1 inches | 1.27 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780762462292

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About the Author

Max Brunner began his professional career as lead writer for David World Press's popular web comic, Barbiespawn. He's a hardcore comic book nerd and a debut author. Max lives in Cypress, California. Dustin Mackay is an animator and story artist for Disney and most recently worked on Planes: Fire & Rescue and Tinkerbell: Legend of the Neverbeast. Dustin lives in Cypress, California.

Reviews

"Brunner has delivered a story full of quirkiness and self-deprecating humor, and... Mackay breathes uproarious life into a delightfully awkward and occasionally gross narrative."---Kirkus Reviews
"With humor, action, and a strong cast of characters, this title will appeal to fans of Jeff Kinney's Diary of a Wimpy Kid and anyone looking for a humorous underdog story."--School Library Journal