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Graphic Novel – Lucas Turnbloom
  • Booklist Review

    “Kids who love anything relating to superheroes and supervillains will appreciate this funny, fast-paced comic.” Steve L. McEvil might be the son of an out-of-work cartoonist, but he is descended from a long line of the world’s greatest super villains. His grandpa was the latest in the family to hold the title until his recent retirement, which has left the crown up for grabs. Young Steve is keen on following in his grandpa’s footsteps, but his villainous undertakings run into a road block when Vic Turry, a new kid at school with a strong sense of righteousness, begins foiling all of Steve’s evil plans. However, when the two are paired…

  • My Name is Steve L. McEvil

    And I am THE GREATEST SUPERVILLAIN IN THE WORLD! Or…I will be. It’s hard to take over the planet when you still have a bedtime. Right now, my grandpa Tiberius McEvil is teaching me how to pull off my nefarious schemes. Though lately someone has been doing the job for me. These weird stones have appeared in town. Professor Stinger won’t stop droning on about wormholes. And no one is more villainous than my new neighbor Vic Turry. That guy is just so…NICE! Barf. Even Sierra, who rarely looks up from her geology books, is impressed by his good guy routine. But I’ll show them all. No one can outsmart STEVE L. McEVIL!…

  • Praise for Steve L. McEvil

    “Wickedly funny!” —Jeff Kinney, Diary of a Wimpy Kid “Steve L. McEvil puts super in supervillain!” Lincoln Peirce, Big Nate “With smarm and charm, Steve L. McEvil is a devious delight!” John Patrick Green, InvestiGators series This book has it all: action, mystery, friendship, family, cats, crushes, and a death bot (I mean…). A hilarious twist on a ‘good vs. evil’ adventure, you’ll love STEVE L. McEVIL!” Terri Libenson, Emmie & Friends series “A coming of age tale about friendship, black holes, flatulence, and supervillains. Perfect for young evil geniuses in the classroom.” Kazu Kibuishi, Amulet