All Hallows Eve

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Ages 9 and up. Learn the fantastic origin of our beloved Halloween Heroine. When 13-year-old Eve Halloran dresses as a famous superhero for a costume party, she finds herself imbued with amazing, supernatural powers. But as an evil from World War 2 resurfaces on this shadowy night, she learns that it takes more than empowerment to truly be a hero. More
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About David Eveleigh

I have received professional training in the fine arts and have also worked as both a writer and artist for Moondial Comics as well as a contributor for "Transformers: Mosaic" and a creative consultant for Project AGU. I am currently working on my creator owned superhero series "All Hallows Eve". I have also published a vampire novel called "Leech" on KDP and am looking to expand "All Hallows Eve" to other mediums.

About the Series: All Hallows Eve
Long ago, Jack O'Lantern was cursed to wander the night forever as a restless ghost. Now, to make up for the crimes that he committed in life, he has chosen a champion, someone who can use his supernatural powers to set his wrongs right. Her name is Eve. All Hallows Eve.

All Hallows Eve is an open-source character. She may be used by anyone, for any purpose, totally free of copyright and restrictions.

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Review by: Matt Kelland on Feb. 6, 2012 :
This is a really fun read. It's clearly inspired by the comics and pulp serials of the 1950s - the Golden Age of comics - and the author's evident love of the genre comes through unashamedly. What I enjoyed most was the simplicity, harking back to the days when superheroes were the good guys and supervillains were plain and simple bad guys - none of this modern Dark Knight style moody moral introspection or politically correct psychological attempts to justify the villains' motives. As you'd expect from a kids' book, it's a straightforward, old style, easy to read comic book caper. Except, of course, for... no, I won't spoil it for you!

The only real criticism I have is that the 1950s setting didn't really come across clearly enough. A little more period detail would have been cool. 

But overall, a good, entertaining read, reminiscent of Kick Ass, but for younger readers, and I'm looking forward to the next in the series. 
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)

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