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Ns that Javier gets all the responsibility and none of the cool gadgets It's hard enough working for the Legion of Liberty and fighting against the evil Organization all while trying to keep on top of schoolwork and suspicious parents Add in a hunky boyfriend who's way out of Javier's league and an even hunkier villain who kee. This was a fun and entertaining YA superhero story I uite liked it It s very YA in tone certainly older kid appropriate and definitely of an action story than a romance I loved the diverse cast and it s cool to have a gay immigrant superhero story

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Junior Hero Blues

Last year Javier Medina was your average socially awkward gay high schooler with a chip on his shoulder This year he's well pretty much the same but with bonus superpowers a costume with an ab window to show off his new goods and a secret identity as the high flying wise cracking superhero Blue SparkBut being a Junior Hero mea. Actual Rating 355 stars Junior Hero Blue introduces us to Javier a lanky gay teen and part time super hero who struggles to survive high school as well as life and death fights with superheroes turned evilPlotKid turned superhero trying to keep his double life secret while juggling his superhero responsibilities and everyday life It s a well tried story but one that s still immensely popular This book reminded me a lot of Perry Moore s novel Hero which also features a gay protagonist Not the most original plot or exceeding expectations but still an entertaining readCharactersMy favourite character is Javier s best friend Kendall She s a great friend and I would ve loved to read about her Of course I also enjoyed hunky and hot boyfriend Rick view spoilerEspecially in Spandex hide spoiler

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Ps appearing every time said boyfriend mysteriously disappears and Blue Spark is in for one big dollop of teenage angst All while engaging in some epic superhero action and oh yeah an all out battle to protect Liberty City from the forces of evilWelcome to the 100% true and totally unbiased account of life as a teenage superhe. Finally a believable entertaining not too cliche superhero book And with a gay main character If you like the new Ms Marvel comics then you ll like this Like Kamala Khan Javier Medina deals with balancing family school romance and being a new superhero called Blue SparkJavier is hands down the best thing about this book He s really really funny witty self deprecating down to earth selfish at times gets scared loyal and feels like a real person He s gay but it s not the thing that defines him That s not to say he isn t out and proud with great supportive parents but there s to him than just being a gay teen and a gay superhero Rick is Javier s love interest the only other out guy at school and he s also dealing with a lot of stuff outside of just schoolwork I like Rick and that he s a big sporty guy and sees things as not just black and white but gray The romance between Javier and Rick is so cute and adorable and had me rooting for them the whole time Kendall is so feisty and tells it like it is and I like that she always has Javier s back even if she doesn t have super powers I wish we got to see of Javier s lesbian BFF I found the world that Javier lives in to be very believable for a place in which superheroes are a thing that exists There are two superhero groups that a person with powers can join the Legion who are the good guys and the Organization who are the bad guys That part is a bit cliche but I thought it was great that the Legion works like the police instead of a hidden group because in this world being a superhero doesn t mean being a vigilante Javier goes on patrol and can call back up and gets paid It all felt real because Javier worried about the little things like not having enough money if he uit the Legion I don t want to give anything away about the plot because I enjoyed discovering it as I went along It follows a classic superhero trope but in the best way and I really loved following Javier s life as he attempts to balance school taking down bad guys falling for a cute boy dealing with his parents dealing with the Legion and always working to be a better person and hero I NEED MORE BLUE SPARKLove this uote I know now that there were no good guys just people trying and sometimes failing to do the right thing Maybe there were no bad guys eitherI received this book from NetGalley All opinions are my own


10 thoughts on “Junior Hero Blues

  1. says:

    Actual Rating 355 stars Junior Hero Blue introduces us to Javier a lanky gay teen and part time super hero who struggles to

  2. says:

    This was great funI shall ignore the fact that the main character thinks 50 is 'old' because at 17 everyone over 2

  3. says:

    ARC received from Riptide Publishing via NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewThis was so much fun to read Through its young narrator whose voice is genuine and hilarious and oddly compelling we get an inside look on

  4. says:

    I’m always looking for new books in the LGBT YA space so I was excited when I saw that Riptide Publishing was launching a new YA imprint JK Pendragon’s Junior Hero Blues is one of Triton’s first titles and if it’s a good representation of the uality we can expect from them then I’m very optimistic about their future booksFirst a little cover loveI want to give a shout out to Michelle Fairbanks whose work I haven’t seen before an

  5. says:

    I was honestly really excited to read this book I think I have a fascination with YA Superhero novels as apparent by my love of Renegade X I love how you can play with current events in a fantasy element which I know you can do in most genre’s but there’s something almost accurate when you play with the black and white world of heroes and villainsAnyway that concept plus the idea of an LGBT main character

  6. says:

    This was a fun and entertaining YA superhero story I uite liked it It's very YA in tone certainly older kid appropriate and definitel

  7. says:

    Read as part of the PopSugar Reading Challenge 2020 to fill 14 A book by an author with flora or fauna in their nameOops didn't exactly mean to read this all in one day but sometimes these things just happenI really enjoyed this I lov

  8. says:

    Let’s see Junior Hero Blues wasn’t a bad book but I wish it had been different in several aspects so I would have been able to enjoy it My main issue—or we can call it a preference—is that there was way s

  9. says:

    Finally a believable entertaining not too cliche superhero book And with a gay main character If you like the new Ms Marvel comics then you'll like this Like Kamala Khan Javier Medina deals with balancing family school romance and being a new superhero called Blue SparkJavier is hands down the best thing about this book He

  10. says:

    It's nice to relate to the superhero that in his secret identity is all awkward and socially backward Clark Kent has nothing on Javier Medina Plus we all know Clark's just an act Javier is a great character And this book was well written In an interesting foreshadowing hitting you over the head kind of way But it was a great story Thanks to NetGalley and Riptide Publishing for a copy in return for an honest review

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