Short Story Review: The Invisibles by Francis Milligan

  I really loved this touching story about trying to make sense of the world, and about what it’s like to grow up trying to figure out who we are. 

Three high school boys deal with the trauma of the collapse of the World Trade Center while sharing comics, life, and trying to understand who they are. 

And of course, I loved the way everything tied into superheroes, comics, and secret identities.  


(Now I’ve got to get ahold of Grant Morrison’s The Invisibles and Peter Milligan’s Enigma. And an odd coincidence that I just read my first Milligan story yesterday.) 

Thanks to NetGalley and Less Than Three Press for a copy in return for an honest review.


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