Review: Stealth by Mike Costa and Nate Bellegarde
(note: small plot spoiler).
Imagine you’re a journalist living in the wreck of Detroit. You live with your Dad because he’s getting older and starting to slip. Sadly, the signs of dementia are increasing daily. Meanwhile, there’s a crime fighter named Stealth trying desperately to protect the deteriorating city. But what if that hero is lacking judgement? What if his objectivity is slipping with age? What if that hero is your Dad?
This book takes on the tropes of superhero life and wins. The art is good, and the premise is intriguing. The story is created by Robert Kirkman and Marc Silvestri, so if you’re a fan of Invincible, this is a no-brainer. Pick it up.