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Starsigns #2

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 5 critic ratings.

Just as she begins to explore her new powers, Rana finds herself hunted by the vicious and mystically compelling Tatiana, who calls herself Leo. Rana’s sole hope for escape? A mysterious new ally…

Superhuman astrological drama from Eisner winner SALADIN AHMED and sci-fi fave MEGAN LEVENS!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
32 pages
Amazon ASIN

5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 85

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Ahmed continues to craft an interesting world in this series and this issue introduces not only some interesting characters, but the beginnings of the conflict that will drive the plot forward. I really enjoyed the pacing of the story and how the characters are being introduced. The story has a more intimate feel with the characters interacting directly with each other and that gives the reader more insight into them while also teasing the bigger conflict to come.

    The Art: Levens delivers some fantastic visuals throughout the issue. The art is lively and beautifully composed to take advantage of the character focus of the scenes.

  • 80

    Starsigns manages to outdo its already-great first issue, expanding the stakes in some meaningful and clever manners. As the mystery of the disappearing constellations still lingers, we meet more of our protagonists – and lay the groundwork for an entertaining character-driven conflict. Megan Levens’ art renders the ordinary and extraordinary of Saladin Ahmed’s script well, and leaves me very excited to see what the future holds for this series.

  • 80


    Heroes worked because it made people the main attraction, and that’s something that Starsigns has done and then some. If it can keep it up — even as the powers and the number of players builds in complexity — then this series could be a true standout. Plus, it’s already beaten the pants off Heroes Reborn.

  • 77

    Major Spoilers

    Starsigns #2 suffers a little from being the second issue of a story that still requires some exposition to let us in on what is happening. That said, I really like the engaging new characters we meet, and I think it is interesting that the potential conflict comes from within the group as opposed to some random external force.

  • 75

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    Starsigns #2 stumbles while advancing the series but addresses contemporary issues like race, diversity, and immigration and introduces promising new characters.

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