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Comic Review: Skyward, Volume 2: Strange Creatures
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Skyward, Volume 2: Strange Creatures
Written and Illustrated by Jeremy Dale
Colored by Stephen Downer, Laura Martin and James Rochelle
Lettered by Thom Zahler
Covers by Jeremy Dale, Mike Norton, Khary Randolph, and Randy Green
Action Lab Comics
Release Date: April 23, 2014
Cover Price: $8.99

Action Lab continues to set the bar high in volume two of its epic fantasy series, Skyward: Strange Creatures. Collecting issues four through six of Jeremy Dale’s action adventure, alliances are formed and motives are questioned as our heroes continue on their journey.

As the Royal Legion ride out of the city of Three Rivers to learn more about the army marching their way, Prince Dom and his childhood friend, Mia, sneak off in hopes of discovering valuable information for themselves. Meanwhile, Tanner, Jon, and Abi join forces with the Rabites – a hidden race of warrior rabbits led by General Jaa – in order to protect Quinn from Skerrigan, Herod’s masked enforcer.

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Comic Review: Charismagic: The Death Princess #1
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Charismagic: The Death Princess #1Charismagic: The Death Princess #1
Written by Vince Hernandez
Art by Emilio Lopez
Colors by Emilio Lopez, Jocelyn Dunn, Ivy Beth Gladstone
Letters by Josh Reed
Covers by Emilio Lopez, Khary Randolph, and Siya Oum
Aspen Comics
Release Date: November 7, 2012
Cover Price: $3.99

Charismagic: The Death Princess is a spin-off miniseries from the original series. It introduces a formidable supervillain named Orlana, a powerful magician who can manipulate and control the minds of others. She uses this ability to enslave her kinsmen and build a kingdom. Kon and his ally Serke make a foolish and ill-fated attempt to invade Orlana’s kingdom. In defeat, Kon abandons Serke and runs off into another dimension and vows to return. Meanwhile, Orlana ensnares Serke into her web of influence and corrupts his mind. On his return Kon reaches out to some fellow warriors to join him on his quest to take down the evil princess.

The first portion of Charismagic: The Death Princess #1 is a prologue to the actual story. Personal bias: I’m not usually a fan of prologues and tend to skim them whenever I read a novel or comic. Writer Vince Hernandez introduces Orlana and Kon to the readers with a brief, narration-heavy opening that flies through Orlana’s childhood and Kon’s over-ambitious attack on her empire. I had difficulty paying attention to this section. The magic world and its backstory are intricately planned and detailed, but much of this information might be better conveyed if it’s sprinkled into the action.

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Comic Review: Charismagic #5
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Charismagic #5Charismagic #5
Created & Written by Vince Hernandez
Character Designs & Illustrations by Khary Randolph
Additional Pencil Assists by Lori Hanson
Colors by Emilio Lopez
Letters by Josh Reed
Covers by Khary Randolph & Emilio Lopez, Siya Oum, and Nicola Hwang
Aspen Comics
Release Date: March 7, 2012
Cover Price: $3.50

One thing you can always expect from Aspen Comics is that they will be visually appealing. Charismagic #5 is no exception that rule, not on any level. I have never read nor reviewed any other issues in this series, but it definitely looks like an Aspen book and one that would have pleased the founder, Michael Turner (R.I.P.).

In the sky above Costa Rica, we find Samsun doing battle with a phoenix (one of the Guardians of the wizard Kon). We quickly move to see Hank, our hero, being directed by Sudana to focus his magical powers. After a small, but meaningful, mistake he finds that his abilities are far beyond anything he had ever imagined. Sparkles and the Guardians make their way towards the Temple, meeting up with Hank and Sudana on the way.

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9-Page Preview for Stan Lee’s ‘Starborn #1’
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BOOM! Studios: Stan Lees STARBORNBOOM! Studios has kindly sent over a 9-page preview for the next series in their line of comics created by Stan Lee, Starborn.

The series is written by Chris Roberson (iZombie, soon to be on Superman) and features art by Khary Randolph (Spider-Man). According to BOOM!, Starborn is the story of Benjamin Warner, a failed novelist who finds out that his stories may be memories of his life on an alien planet.

Take a look at these covers and preview pages here below.

Do you think this will be any good? If these pages get you interested in the series, head to a store and pick up Starborn #1, which hits shelves Wednesday, December 8, 2010.

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