- "...the well-imagined world and strong cast of do-gooders... will keep readers interested through the epilogue by offering new takes on surprisingly human personal struggles, like a less cynical Watchmen with more likable characters." - Kirkus Indie Reviews
- "The characters of the super heroes--both male and female--are complex, three-dimensional and well-defined... Overall 'West Pacific Supers: Rising Tide' is imaginative and ambitious, a strong first-effort by its authors." - from 4-star review on IndieReader
From the Author
Seawolf is an obvious mutant who's still struggling with the anti-mutant sentiments she faced as a child, even though times have changed and the non-mutant Coast Guard liaison to the team keeps trying to ask her out.
Blue Star is a four-time inductee in the Superhero Hall of Fame who can save the world but can't salvage a relationship for the life of him. West Pacific Supers is his last chance to end his career on a high note.
Cosmic Kid is a cocky young super just coming on the team and looking to prove himself.
Camille's decade-long marriage is threatened by her unilateral decision to return to the team that once kicked her off for refusing to wear a miniskirt costume.
Loren Polawsky isn't a real superhero, just a real estate agent struggling to find time for vigilante heroics.
Dr. Noah Brandeis has a crazy plan to make geological history and, with the help of a few insane supervillains, he may just succeed.