Demo by Brian Wood and Becky Cloonan, 328 pages.
This was one of the graphic novels, or rather collection of graphic stories where I felt that the art was far better than the text, or that the two didn't mesh well.
Teen / Young Adults with powers of different sorts who are still sad, depressed and misunderstood, and all of it told by someone who can seemingly only see the characters' little slices of the world, and nothing beyond. Oh, well. It's better than my (nonexistent) novel, but I was hoping for more.