Jupiter's Legacy #1

    Jupiter's Legacy » Jupiter's Legacy #1 released by Image on April 2013.

    Short summary describing this issue.

    last edited by aphillips17 on 09/14/22 07:14PM View full history

    The comic-book event of 2013 finally arrives as superstar creators MARK MILLAR and FRANK QUITELY give us the superhero epic that all future comics will be measured by. The world's greatest heroes have grown old and their legacy is a poisonous one to the children who will never live up to their remarkable parents. Unmissable.


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    What an Island Can Do 0

    This review was originally posted on my website Imagination Centre (here).Mark Miller is my favourite writer so I was naturally really looking forward to this series. I have however not managed to find time to review any of the issues so far, but am doing so now. The reviews will be done as if I've not read any of the issues preceding them, letting the story and development until then speak for itself.PlotIn 1932 Sheldon Sampson had a dream about an island, leading a team their. They would retu...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Jupiter's Legacy #1 Rating 0

    Cover & Solicit - 2/5Would I pick-up or buy the comic based on the solicit or cover alone?Are the alternate covers appealing?Does the solicit and cover portray what happens in the issue?Do I like the artist's style on the cover?Art, Colors & Inking - 2/5- Weighted DoubleDo I personally like this artist's style?Does the artist stay true to the characters appearance?If there are multiple artists do they blend well and not disturb the reading experience?Does the coloring/inking blend well w...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Jupiter's Legacy and the World according to Millar 0

    A first issue, in any comic, faces many challenges. The creators can't delve into any character moment, or story arc and indulge themselves with the same ease as authors of established comics . The creators must establish the characters, the world, and the rules of the world, and still get us caught up in the drama within a very small page count. In one sense it seemed like Brian K. Vaughan was doing us a favor when he wrote a double issue with Saga #1 for the single issue price of $2.99. He...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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