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 Angelica Jones has been many things in her life. Daughter. Friend. Fiancee. Mutant. Hellion. New Warrior. Avenger. And, most recently, cancer survivor. Granted a second chance at life, Angelica has only one question for herself: What do I do with it?
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Firestar survived breast cancer but did she survive my review? 0

In this one-shot issue of Firestar, Angelica Jones has been given a second chance. She is trying to balance her responsibility as a super heroe and college student. Angelica's father has found a girlfriend who is the mother of Cassie Sandusky. Cassie just went through a terrible divorce and still has an atitude towards Angelica for her mutant power. Cassie is a lush and doesn't know when to stop drinking. She always drives when she is drunk, dangering the lives of herself and others. One night a...

14 out of 15 found this review helpful.

Review: Firestar One-Shot 0

One of the members of Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends takes off into her own one-shot book as Marvel celebrates the women superheroes we've all grown to love over the years. Marvel catches everyone up with the first page letting the reader know that Angelica Jones AKA Firestar has been dealing with cancer due to her own powers. Almost out of the clear, Firestar makes her way back into the super-hero community as well as checking herself into college.  The Good This is a great story, but ...

10 out of 11 found this review helpful.

Maybe I'm sexist?? 0

I really was looking forward to this book. I have fond childhood memories of this character from my childhood. Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends was one of my favourite cartoons as a kid.        I remember Firestar being cheeky, sassy, and fun, so that's what I was looking forward to. It's not what I got. This book was thouroughly depressing. Firestar it seems has been through the mill over the past few years. She's now recovering from cancer, and struggling socially and financially. Her woes d...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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