Hero vs. Villain is a gently irreverent book of opposites with a slight narrative that plays on the popularity of benign villains and superheroes. Their adversarial relationship makes heroes and villains the perfect stars for a book about opposites. But can sworn enemies learn to be friends?
About the Author
T. Nat Fuller is very fond of hats and is on a constant quest to find just the right one. A Good Day for a Hat was inspired by real-life events sure to be recognized by anyone living in Chicago.
Alex Eben Meyer is a Brooklyn-based illustrator who has worked for Parents, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Time, and BuzzFeed. This is his first children’s book.
"This colorful, sturdy board book delivers a simple yet surprisingly satisfying narrative via minimal but powerful text and dynamic comic-book graphics . . . Artist Meyer's wildly bright colors and strong, playful images lend thrills and narrative continuity to the storyline. Positive, engaging, and, most of all, fun; an outstanding introduction to derring-do."
— Kirkus Reviews