Stellar #1: Capsule Review


Title: Stellar #1

Publisher: Image Comics/Skybound

Writer: Joesph Keatinge

Artist: Bret Blevins

Letterer: Rus Wooton

Cover: Bret Blevins

Review: ★★★☆☆



  • It has been literally years since I’ve feasted my eyes on the artwork of Bret Blevins. I can say that the years have been kind to his loose art style. The way he draws the character’s eyes is unmistakable to a trained comic lover. His space settings are colored with eye pleasing brilliance. Stellar is our main character, that was originally created by Robert Kirkman and Marc Silvestri. She’s a bounty hunter that drags her captured bounty through the whole issue. There are obvious reasons for this cause or necessary reasons. Stellar has a past that isn’t shaded so well into the light. She carrys guilt for something we have yet to full understand. The book lets on to what possibly happen and also lets us know that there are more like her. This first issue is a decent start, except that it ends a tad abruptly which I normally would call a cliffhanger but I think it needed two more pages. It’s nice to see Blevins work again and should be a good start to begin to collect this series.

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