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Starsigns #6

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Based on 4 critic ratings.

On the run and mourning one of their own, Rana and the others find refuge with an eccentric new Starsign. But when you’ve been chosen by the stars, peace is always fleeting…

Nothing is what it seems in the latest by SALADIN AHMED and MEGAN LE

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32 pages
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4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 83

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Ahmed slows down the action in this issue to give the characters a moment of reflection and that pace works well for the story and the reader. I like seeing the characters interact more and their desperation with their situation. In contrast, I really enjoy how the revelations of Duke’s real plan play out and how it can cause rifts with his own Starsigns.

    The Art: Levens delivers some beautifully detailed art throughout the issue. The visuals are engaging and every page and panel draws in the reader.

  • 80

    Starsigns continues to be a clever and intimate character piece, as well as an expansive piece of sci-fi lore and this issue might be the most successful at being both. Saladin Ahmed’s script weaves in some fascinating lore for the series at large, while also hammering home the pathos of its ensemble cast of protagonists. When combined with Megan Levens’ art, which gets to stretch into some interesting domains in this installment, the result is entertaining and effective.

  • 80

    Major Spoilers

    In Starsigns #6, the story starts to pull together, and we get a better sense of the stakes. I like the new Starsign that was revealed, even though we don’t yet know much about him. That we still have a few more to meet gives the book a good sense of drama.

  • 55

    Multiversity Comics

    While “Starsigns” #6 features some interesting visual storytelling devices, it’s a lackluster story of the calm before the storm.

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