It’s been a while since I’ve done a cover reveal, hasn’t it? This one, for Ron Tucker’s Freshman Sidekick, is a good one to bring them back with, though.
Why? Because of how much I like this particular cover. Freshman Sidekick is a novel about a potential superhero, and the cover is the perfect throwback to superhero comic books.
Don’t take my word for it, though. Go ahead and check the cover out for yourself!
Isn’t it just great? I particularly like the colours, and the dot-style background.
About Freshman Sidekick
Robbie isn’t your normal high school student. He can teleport. And in King City, if you’ve got a superpower, that means you can sign up to be a sidekick, so he does just that.
Wanting to become a sidekick, and hopefully, a fully-fledged superhero one day has been all Robbie’s dreamed about. But like they always say, be careful what you wish for.
No sooner than his first day of high school, does the balancing act commence. Making time for his best friend? Finally getting to go out with his crush? Training with his superhero mentor? Not to mention, there’s a psychotic villain on the loose and his minion seems to want to kill him.
Yeah, high school can suck. Add superpowers to the mix and it can be downright deadly.
About Ron Tucker
Raised on a healthy dose of Saturday morning cartoons, video games, and Captain Crunch cereal (with crunch berries, of course), I write books that capture my imagination.
When I’m not writing, you can probably find me plotting my next story, playing video games (Eyes up, Guardian), or at the movies with a large Diet Coke and a large popcorn–no butter.