May 20, 2021
Poop is a funny word. It brings out the 12-year-old in all of us. For Will Poupé in Hello My Name Is POOP, his unfortunate surname makes him a target. But names certainly have power in this young readers’ graphic novel from Vault Comics’ Wonderbound imprint.
Written by Ben Katzner, art is from Ian McGinty, colors are by Fred Stresing, and letters are by Andworld Design. Read the synopsis here:
“Sometimes being a kid can really stink.
Will Poupé becomes the new target of bullies at his middle school. All day long, they call him Poop. However, when Icky the Janitor reveals himself to be a wizard in disguise, Will learns that there are Names of Power – if you are given one of these names, you gain certain abilities. Poop is one of those names. He now has powers that he could use to get back at the bullies! But power – even poop power – is exactly what can turn someone into a bully. With some help from his friends, Will must find a way to use his fantastic farting magic for good.”