The Green Team: Teen Trillionaires, Vol. 1: Money and Power

The Green Team Teen Trillionaires Vol Money and Power When four teen trillionaires join forces nothing is impossible The highest tech gadgets faraway explorations anything money can buy really But as this group of wealthy teens decide that their futur

  • Title: The Green Team: Teen Trillionaires, Vol. 1: Money and Power
  • Author: Art Baltazar Franco Ig Guara Amanda Conner
  • ISBN: 9781401246419
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Paperback
  • When four teen trillionaires join forces, nothing is impossible The highest tech gadgets, faraway explorations anything money can buy, really But as this group of wealthy teens decide that their future is in superheroics, can anything stop them from achieving their goal From the Eisner Award winning creative team of Art Baltazar and Franco comes THE GREEN TEAM TEEN TRWhen four teen trillionaires join forces, nothing is impossible The highest tech gadgets, faraway explorations anything money can buy, really But as this group of wealthy teens decide that their future is in superheroics, can anything stop them from achieving their goal From the Eisner Award winning creative team of Art Baltazar and Franco comes THE GREEN TEAM TEEN TRILLIONAIRES VOL 1

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    1. This was an awkward little book. It had good intentions, I think, but it fell very short of its target, I'm guessing.Nowadays, IRL, the 1% are not regarded as heroic or as role models, so, for me, that was the first misstep in this series. the reader really needed to believe that a group of trillionaire teenagers could be seen as heroes. I think for most people, these characters would be instantly un-relatable.Second misstep was when the teenagers get their hands on some flimsy tech-suits, which [...]

    2. (Read the single print issues.)Apparently, my review is not the norm on but I can honestly say that I really enjoyed this. The series follows four really rich and somewhat famous young adults as they inadvertently become superheroes. The writing was excellent and the story was fun and had a good balance of humor, action and drama. And not to mention I did love Deathstroke's cameo in this.Only problem I have with this series was the character Cecilia she was far too useless and wasn't that inter [...]

    3. As one of those weird geeks that love obscure characters and actually owns the Green Team's previous comic, I thought this was an interesting idea that had a lot of potential.Quartet of absurdly rich teens band together to use their wealth to buy their way into being super heroes in order to fight for justice, build up their movie careers or whatever various motivations they have.Along the way, they realize their leader has an agenda of his own.While some the ideas do get played with about what [...]

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