The Incredible Rockhead Whenever Chip Stone s in danger he s instantly transformed into a hulking beast with a giant head of rock Although the power helps him overcome or accurately smash apart his fears the transformati

  • Title: The Incredible Rockhead 1
  • Author: Scott Nickel C.S. Jennings
  • ISBN: 9781434215918
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Whenever Chip Stone s in danger, he s instantly transformed into a hulking beast with a giant head of rock Although the power helps him overcome or, accurately, smash apart his fears, the transformations aren t helping his social life.

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    1. The bullet: Yep, it's a gimmick, but with decent execution, as long as you don't take it too seriously.This is one I read in my relatively brief stint as a reviewer for an online literature database. Thus, I would probably never have picked it up if I hadn't been required to review it. It's cartoonish in the classic sense: the protagonist's superpower involves bonking any problem he faces with his giant head.It's pretty easy to follow, the illustrations are angular and (thus?) exciting, the colo [...]

    2. I'm a big fan of Stone Arch Press books but have to say I finally found one that I didn't like. Chip, as geeky as a geek can get, is turned into Rockhead, a supposed superhero. Basically his head turns into a rock and he has a hard time standing up, give him a push and he can smash into things. Anyway, he saves the kids at the zoo from escaped dangerous animals by smashing into them?! I'm as far away from a tree hugger as you can get but even to me piles of dazed animals who have been smashed in [...]

    3. Colorful, adventurous, and fun, but I wasn't crazy about it. I didn't really care for the particular style of the stylized artwork and found the story sketchy, characters flat, and jokes groaners. I think it could have had much more substance and wit while still working for the intended young audience.

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