Star Mage #3 Review


What is going on with our favorite Mage of the stars? Read on to find out more.

Rebellion and desertion! JC De La Torre’s saga of space and wizardry continues as Darien adjusts to school at LambduKishpu, meets new friends and learns of the treachery of his brother Orasmas. Orasmas reveals his new, unstoppable weapon – one Darien thought was lost forever. Gorgeously illustrated by artist Franco Cespedes, issue three will have a lasting effect on the rest of the series.

The one thing that I love about this series so far is that it combines StarMage-03-pr-1-dbc3bspace and wizardry. I mean its like having Harry Potter and Star Wars, so I already love this comic. In this issue, we see Darien adjusting to the school and making some new friends. I, also, think that there will some enemies but we will focus on the friends being a positive. However, the big part of the comic is Darien’s brother. You get to see why he is such a bad guy and what is going to happen with his story. Now I am not saying that I know anything and I could be wrong but I have a feeling that the story is going to pull a Naruto and make some people who are bad actually be good, which will be very interesting. I am a big fan of not ruining anything so you will have to see and make your verdict but there is a huge reveal that you will like

The writing is pretty good for something covers such a vast world. It is nice and does do a conciece job of bringing everything together but I am worried that this story may become predictable which is really too bad but I will wait to pass judgment.

The art pops and works well. When things need to be highlighted and shown, awesomely, the artist makes it happen. It was fantastic.

Star Mage is turning out to be an awesome story but I worry about predictability.




-Worry about predictability +The writing is pretty great +The vast world is awesome to explor +The art pops and highlights the great world

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