Read Street Angel: Superhero for a Day Online Free - Jesse 'Street Angel' Sanchez is the deadliest girl alive - a teenage homeless orphan skateboarder, fighting ninjas and trying to pass 7th grade!
Jesse knows the pressures of being the girl who always saves the day and she's okay with it. It's just who she is. But when she and her friends stumble across a powerful alien artifact - they soon realize that being a superhero isn't all fun and games.
Is this an alien plot to destroy their friendship or will Jesse hock the artifact for a couple of hot dogs?
This series of album-sized graphic novels featuring everybody's favorite skateboarding teenage homeless orphan are not to be missed! Brian K. Vaughan (SAGA, PAPER GIRLS), Jeff Smith (Bone, RASL), Hope Larson (Four Points, A Wrinkle in Time, Goldie Vance), Eleanor Davis (How to Be Happy, Libby's Dad) and Cecil Castellucci (Shade, The Changing Girl) all agree: Jesse "Street Angel" Sanchez is THE COOLEST!
PRAISE FOR STREET ANGEL:
"Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca's STREET ANGEL stars my favorite comic-book hero of the 21st century, and features some of the coolest artwork I've ever seen." --Brian K. Vaughan
"Jesse Sanchez is my new favorite comic book character. Great middle school dialogue and the battle scenes will blow your mind!"
-Jeff Smith (Bone, RASL, Tuki)
"Jesse, a.k.a. Street Angel is a rare gem in the male-dominated world of comic book characters. When you finally find a comic book hero that is female, skateboards, and kicks ass, that's when you know young girls out there now have a strong super hero to follow. STREET ANGEL shows girls that they can be anything they want to be, including someone who saves the world and fights injustices, one bad guy at a time. She also defies female stereotypes right and left, and that is pretty darn cool."
-Cindy Whitehead, founder of Girl is NOT a 4 Letter Word
"STREET ANGELl remains as charming, inventive, and pitch-perfect as it was in the beginning. An indie-comics classic!"
-Hope Larson (Compass South, Batgirl)
"I thought I didn't like comics about kicking ass, but it turns out I REALLY like comics where the ass-kicker is a 7 year old girl. A+++ more ass-kicking please."
-Eleanor Davis (Libby's Dad, How to Be Happy)
"With great style and flair, Rugg delivers another stellar story of the ever-sassy Jesse Sanchez a.k.a. Street Angel. Jam-packed with tween angst, humor, action, and fun, this book is a must-read for the rebel set."
-Cecil Castellucci (Shade, the Changing Girl, The PLAIN Janes)
"STREET ANGEL pulsates with danger!"
-Wendi Freeman, Double Page Spread podcast
|Title||:||Street Angel: Superhero for a Day|
|Number of Pages||:||40 pages|
November 18, 2017
The artworks are really spectacular and impressive, and that's what I really like in this graphic novel. On the other hand, I'm disappointed that the story is quite short and that the ending is not what I've expected it to be.
Thanks to Image Comics for the ARC.
October 27, 2017
This was pretty pointless. Street Angel wakes up hungry and meets up with her friends while she looks through garbage for food. They find a power ring which their friend puts on and becomes super-powered. Street Angel never does get to eat. The end Notice there's no period for that last sentence....
December 19, 2017
So great. The characters are irreverent and fun, the plot, though sparse, promises much more, and the art is simultaneously easy to parse and unexpected. New fave.
December 21, 2017
Street Angel is a young, homeless superhero who will "superhero for food." In this story she's on the prowl for a meal but discovers a hover ring instead that gives one of her friends (Emma) superpowers while she's wearing it. Emma immediately attracts all kinds of male admirers and unwanted atte...
November 18, 2017
Rugg and Maruca do it again! Of course, I’m starting to question whether Maruca actually exists due to a couple of well hidden Easter eggs. Regardless, Jesse Sanchez, the greatest skate boarding ninja on the planet doesn’t get to do much butt-kicking this go around due to the fact that a rat stol...
January 06, 2018
Follow along with Jesse, a.k.a Street Angel, and her misfit friends as they discover a ring that can make you into a superhero!
I was expecting more from this, and I was way disappointed. I found the writing to be childish, but make no mistake, this comic isn't for children. The plotline was subpa...
November 27, 2017
Comic about ninja high school girl – quite good
This comic is about a girl living on the streets and always hungry who is an exceptional fighter. An incident with her friends is the main idea in the plot.
Quite good although not particularly original in places, this comic is worth a look and is qui...