Title: Sensational G-Girl # 4 Publisher: Heroic Publishing Written by: Dennis Mallonee Art by: Howard Simpson Colors by: Howard Simpson Letters by: Howard Simpson and Dick O'Malley Price: $ 4.99 US, $ 5.75 Can Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Website: www.heroicpublishing.com Comments: The art is so plain. The faces are relatively featureless. The colors are bright an vibrant. Lori takes G-Girl to Asgard. Loki has plans for her. Naomi Battle Squirrel is in this issue to. G-Girl looks gorgeous in Loki's gift of armor. It may not be her thing but it definitely is a thing of beauty. Than as she pops back home the colors around her are so delightful. All the interplay between the characters is amazing to follow. You learn so much from it. These super-heroes and villains are more grown up and for the most part act more mature than from other companies. G-Girl when you know her secret makes this so much more a thing of interest. He/She does like being a female and what a female he/she is.
Title: Sensational G-Girl # 5 Publisher: Heroic Publishing Written by: Dennis Mallonee, Terrance Griep Art by: Henry Martinez, Dell Barras, Luis Rivera Colors by: Dick O'Malley, giuseppe Pica Letters by: Dick O'Malley Price: $ 4.99 US, $ 5.75 Can Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Website: www.heroicpublishing.com Comments: "Surprise!" G-Girl gets a surprise birthday party from the Champions. It is wonderful to see super-heroes enjoying the normal things in life. "Wired Science" The art is a little to weird in the way it illustrates faces. G-Girl as Billi Jayne attends a school dance. Being a guy in a girl's body though can make one nervous. Now a boy is up to no good and Sylvia, the Last Vampire plans to stop him. Her fangs look sharp. G-Girl joins in which side will she be on? G-Girl's costume is far more than just a skimpy outfit. It is amazing as she makes use of its unique abilities. Well the fight is short and not really a fight at all. The two girls spend most of the time chatting. The end of the fight sees G-Girl dancing with the villain who was not really a villain at all. "The Source" How does G-Girl get her powers? Well here you find out. She originally got her powers from the Olympian Gods. Getting into the heroes lives is as much fun as seeing them fighting. You get inside their heads and really learn who they are.