Those are the questions that led to Rocket Queen and the Wrench. It’s a story about heroes and villains, friendship and family, and appreciating the things we have in the face of the things we lose. Each miniseries takes place over the course of a summer, and each story explores the dangers of being a hero as well as the dangers of loving someone, whether family, friend, or something more. Rocket Queen and the Wrench offers all of the best features of superheroic fantasy: a rich setting, colorful heroes and villains, amazing locales, and more.
When budding delinquent Jamie Baldwin is sent to spend the summer with his estranged father, he has no idea that his father works for The Zoom Family, a premier team of armored heroes. But he soon learns the truth, and that blood ties are no less binding when you’re the fastest thing on earth. Action and adventure ensue, as do joy, pain, and sacrifice. It’s hard to hang out with heroes without learning how to be one.
Iron Man meets Harry Potter in this superhero fantasy coming of age story.