Heroes!: Draw Your Own Superheroes, Gadget Geeks & Other Do-gooders
From every inch of buffed-up bodies to all-out action poses, from masks and capes to mutations and power effects, this guide has it all! It helps budding cartoonists realize their own superhuman skills as they develop and draw fantastic new heroes. Kids will invent powers for their characters as well as create strengths and weaknesses, sidekicks and enemies, and secret identities. As kids practice, they’ll meet some excellent examples of these bigger-than-life creations, including stretchy Gumball; Online, the Internet-connected android; and Sneak, the invisible athlete. There’s also a ton of great hero lore and history.
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