Future Girl #1 Comic Review ( @arledgecomics ) from @kleffnotes

What would you do if you had the ability to manipulate time? In Future Girl, the title hero is able to move time at her will with the use of a specific watch. Her archnemesis Singularity has plans to take over the world and it is up to Future Girl and her sidekick Steadfast to help her.

When we meet Future Girl she is thinking about a past fight with Singularity and completely zoning out in her history class. Once she meets up with Steadfast in the hallway the two head out to see the Horologist, an ancient and mysterious clock maker who helps them in their missions. They have to find Singularity and wind up jumping backward in time, which leads them to the apartment of a famous writer and causing them to have even more questions about Singularity’s plans.

Future Girl was a fun read and I am really hoping to see more of her in the future, now if only I could jump ahead with a nifty watch to read everything right now. Steadfast is a great sidekick and he balances her ready to fight personality with his calm demeanor. I am very intrigued by Singularity and her evil plan as well, plus I love how her character is drawn. Future Girl is a great series for even the casual comics reader and you should check it out today!

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