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It’s always preferable when a work evokes passion from its reader, be it from love or hatred. Tepidity, on the other hand, is the earned reaction when a work lacks any real punch. Such is the case, sadly, with Secret Identities #1. It has both strengths and weaknesses, but ultimately neither is evocative or original enough to be memorable. #1 isn’t without potential, and the series may improve as the story develops, but iRead More