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New comics book day! Watch as Julz reviews Ms. Marvel issue #3, Amazing X-men Issue #6, Green Lantern New Guardians Issue #30, Wonder Woman Issue #30 .

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Last time on Starbolts: Our time traveling friend was chased by palace guards! He's captured and decides he has no choice but to tell people of his parentage. This gets the attention of the queen who then went down to the dungeon to talk to the youth. There, the time traveler reveals his identity as Sirak Arlandero, the son of Mateo and Aquita Arlandero! 

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Great introduction to Damian Wayne. Boy was he annoying, but that`s par for the course.

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Last time on Starbolts: In the future, Kevin and Angela outfit a mysterious time traveler with the means to go back in time. It seems that Robkas has done something to alter the future. The time traveler's job is to fix the past and thus the strange youth was sent back in time. However, he arrives too late as time changed around him and he sees Princess Aquita look less like herself.

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By JulzChan aka Julius Cantara 

Kamala is written in a way that makes her relatable to younger readers and her being a Muslin teenage girl serves as no excuse not to.

 While she is insecure and uncomfortable with her religious background, there are a lot of opportunities to connect with the character. She dreams of  superhero action and admires, of all people, the Avengers. She has issues with her family who are overly protective and tries to sample all manners of  high school life like parties, popularity and fanfiction.

There are your standard teenage troupes such as the jock, the popular girl or the obvious love interest in the form of the best friend and more. However, all of this only to make her more in common with readers as a troubled yet refreshing and vibrant character. Although the carbon copy of Regina George known as Zoe does come off a cliche stereotype.

Both issues are to show an origin story for the new hero, but even without a main villain it does set up a mystery as to how Kamala received her powers and what she can really do or what her new purpose entails. And seeing the soon to be hero  trying to get used to her powers does come across as funny and entertaining to see. Even more the character is put on the right track as she wants to make a difference in the world with her new powers.

There is no major conflict other than with Kamala`s  family and classmate, but at least there was some genuine superheroing and perhaps next issue there will be more of that.

Alphona`s art is expressive, has a very western cartoon style and the bright colors compliment the soft penciling work giving the comic a light, aesthetically pleasing feel.

It is still early in the comic to judge it immensely but these two first issues do the job of connecting Kamala to readers.

Ms. Marvel Issues# 1 and 2 together receive 4 out of 5

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By JulzChan aka Julius Cantara 

Robert Venditti, since Geoff Johns departure, has been slow with the amount of  filler and a somewhat slow moving plot. However they aren`t without charm and have characters like Hal Jordan grow and still be entertaining. And issue 30 does show that while Hal Jordan has become a leader as seen last issue, he`s still the usual carefree space cop but less reckless. This is shown when getting himself into another confrontation, Hal still suggests the option of a more peaceful alternative, having his humanity shine with concern.

The comic is also not without it`s amusement, scene where the lanterns talks with the Khund is almost as if two opposing generals are discussing combat but still having a good time. Especially Hal, as he  remains confident  and give off some witty bits of dialog.

As for the story itself, the ending scene adds a new twist on the impersonation and framing of the Green Lantern Corps, that there is something fishy in their ranks. 

The cover by Billy Tan and Alex Sinclair is well colored however awkward especially when trying to illustrate an epic fight scene. This is a shame since the art for the book is far superior.

The art for the story by Martin Coccolo does have it`s issues with perspective and proportions however there are far few and too far apart that they may not even be noticed. The first few pages are gorgeous and refreshing with landscapes and natural backgrounds. 
With that said, Coccolo`s pencil shading sticks out at times but is balanced with the surreal water coloring style  by Tony Avina and Alex Sinclair, making the book aesthetically pleasing. 

Green Lantern Issue # 30 receives 4 out 5  

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If you've followed my blog in any capacity, you know I like to discuss those rarities I feel are largely ignored. Sure, I'm certain there are other people who could tell you if Sonic is way past cool, or how silly it is that Tim Burton's wife always gets similar roles, or how enrapturing Friendship is Magic is. But I always try my best to take the road less traveled, to finds those spots that most of the Internet missed, and to attack them. 

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