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Starsigns #3

70
Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 6 critic ratings.

Tatiana and her mysterious employer close in on Rana and Clarence as they race to save the newest Starsign—a frightened kid—from federal agents.

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

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Length
31 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0C6YL2SLQ

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6 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90

    Lyles Movie Files

    Starsigns has a great premise and is playing out just right making for a compelling and consistently exciting read.

  • 90

    ComicBook.com

    Three issues in, Starsigns has now cemented itself as a breakneck emotional thrill ride. As the lore of the Zodiac gets further expounded upon, the end result is chock-full of cool character moments and well executed action from Megan Levens. If Starsigns continues this momentum, it could be a bonafide hit.

  • 85

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Ahmed continues to craft an entertaining and thrilling adventure in this series. The characters continue to be interesting and the premise holds my attention. I want to know more about these characters and what they want, especially Tatiana and Duke. I liked seeing more of Rana’s back story and look forward to seeing how the story evolves. There are some great character moments in the issue and it ends with a great cliffhanger.

    The Art: Levens delivers some wonderful art in the issue. Everything from the characters to the action looks amazing and draws the eye.

  • 80

    Major Spoilers

    Star Signs #3 does a great job of bringing together characters from a variety of cultures which is always refreshing. I am enjoying the story so far, but I wish we understood a little more about Mister Duke and why there is already a conflict among the constellations even before they understand who they are.

  • 80

    You Don't Read Comics

    It’s so very, very difficult to completely start a new superhero universe. Ahmed and Levens make it look strikingly easy by choosing a simple conceptual framework for the action that seems strikingly familiar without enslaving itself completely to echoes and shadows of what has come before. The overall feel of it is actually really impressive. It’s a fun concept for action and drama that plays competently across the page. If Ahmed and Levens can maintain their momentum, Starsigns could really turn into something.

  • 70

    AIPT

    I don’t feel like this “bad” ending harms the rest of the story whatsoever — it does, though. color what’s next and also how that might connect back to everything happening here. It’s a decision that stymies the momentum this book’s worked to generate, and that’s hugely important as we focus more and more on an ever-growing cast’s various interactions. I still think this book has some Sylar-level cunning as things build, but it wouldn’t take much for this book to become Matt Parkman in no time.

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