Starfire #3: Exciting, Current & Characters That Feel Real in The Best Issue Yet [Review]

Starfire #3: Exciting, Current & Characters That Feel Real in The Best Issue Yet [Review]

I’ve been reviewing Starfire for the last couple of months mainly because I was surprised by it. I didn’t expect the book to be bad by any means, but I also didn’t expect that I would enjoy it as much as I do. Writing duo Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti along with the art team of Emanuela Lupacchino, Ray McCarthy and Hi-Fi have created one of my favorite super hero comics that I look forward to every month and its still not too late for you to jump on board if you haven’t already done so.

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Starfire #2: Even In A Hurricane This is One of The Most Vibrant Comics I’ve Seen [Review]

Starfire #2: Even In A Hurricane This is One of The Most Vibrant Comics I’ve Seen [Review]

So I picked up Starfire #1 Last month on a whim and like many, I didn’t really know what to expect but was pleasantly surprised by the new DC title. I decided I would keep this review going for at least a few issues to give people who are still unsure about the title, the ability to make the final decision if they should pick it up or not.

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Starfire #1: A Surprisingly Good Launch from Harley Quinn Duo Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti [Review]

Starfire #1: A Surprisingly Good Launch from Harley Quinn Duo Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti [Review]

At the last minute in the comic shop I was looking at Starfire #1 on the shelf and thought “why the hell not?” and decided to pick it up. I was a bit sceptical of  this new title after hearing the reactions to Starfire in The New 52 but I am so fond of the 2003 Teen Titans show that I figured I would give it a shot. I was so curious as to how it turned out that it was the second book of the week I  read, after batman of course, and I gotta say it was actually pretty good.

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