Title: Worth (GN) Publisher: Arcana/Roddenberry Entertainment Written by: Aubrey Sitterson Art by: Chris Moreno Cover by: Chris Moreano Colors by: Cirque Studios Letters by: Troy Peteri Created by: Trevor Roth Price: $ 24.95 US Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Websites: www.arcana.com , www.roddenberry.com Comments: Grant Worth can talk to machines. He has aged and not so gracefully. In the neighborhood El and Damon two buddies are trying to make some cash. El is a good teen but one who could easily go the wrong way. El meets Worth. The two do not hit it off. Elliot gets Grant to help him with a mechanical arm. Grant though for some reason will not touch anything to do with computers. There must be a reason why just it has yet to be revealed. Grant is pushed to use his abilities more than he has before. Not just to control machines but he pushes for more he tries it with computers. Grant is retired from being a super-hero. At least until his old buddy Eddie shows up. Things go downhill real fast. His neighbor Elliot needs his help again. This time he needs a hero. Grant Worth brings his robot out of mothballs. Grant shows us all once a hero always a hero. He pushes himself past past mistakes and lets his inner self who he truly is come out. He is what we all should aspire to be, a better person.