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Posted - 04/06/2017 :  07:12:30 AM  Show Profile  Visit Richv1's Homepage  Reply with Quote Bookmark and Share

Title: Little Guardians # 1
Publisher: Scout Comics
Writer: Ed Cho
Illustrator: Lee Cherolis
Colorist: Dann Tincher
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 2 out of 5 stars
Websites: ,
Comments: Subira works in a store for her father. She is a feisty girl.
Then we skip to a zucchini farm and Thoom the farmer as he touches a zucchini he begins to glow and he acts like a man possessed.
Than we skip to Idem training. He is a young boy and his training is not going so well.
The story keeps going back and forth between these people. You just start to get into the story and it changes.
Thoom and his son show us magic exists here.
The art is simple. The colors are beautifully done.
Subira as you see how her parents and siblings treat her you feel sorry for her.
The story never gets to its plot. What is the purpose of the story? Why should we care about these people? The story needed to give us an idea where it is going.

Title: Little Guardians # 2
Publisher: Scout Comics
Writer: Ed Cho
Artist: Lee Cherolis
Colorist: Dann Tincher
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Websites: ,
Comments: Idem the little Guardian to be is at the Zucchini Festival. Poor boy gets bullied into making a mistake. He does need more training. Here though we see he is still a kid, one with power though.
The glowing spirit animals do just out of the page at you. Soma looks cute, she has a wolf for her spirit animal. Who is she and why is she here?
The village Guardian is brave and sure. He acts when its called for. We are also shown clearly that he loves his son. The son we see has flaws as he is still learning.
A little more explanation would be nice about these spirit animals. The only story seems to be that these people just want to live a quite happy life.
The visuals on the animals and the weapons created from the same place are gorgeously illustrated.

Richard Vasseur
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