A nice, cute indie RPG for those of us who are tired with all the gloom, doom, and corporate chicanery of more conventional settings, but also don't want something overly saccharine. This looks like a wonderful introductory title for a young gamer, better than the blue book D&D that I got from a used book store and enjoyed to nigh-destruction when I was a pre-teen.
The art has a cartoony feel, which isn't bad for a game like this. It gives a feeling of Kim Possble and Winx Club, which is pretty appropriate for the target audience.
This book does have a few down sides, however. The most noticeable is the author's over-dependence on autocomplete and spell check while writing, which leads to such gems as a 1950s-style broom with "lots of crime accessories" instead of "chrome accessories."
There's also something about the layout that bugs me, but I can't quite put my finger on it.