4.08.2017

Review: The Mighty Zodiac Vol. 1

Great first graphic novel for kids. (4 stars)

If you've got a young reader who would benefit from trying a graphic novel series, check this one out! Based on the Chinese zodiac this comic is an exciting find that is sure to appeal to kids who like martial artist animal franchises like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles or large superhero team-ups like The Avengers or Justice League.

Adult readers may find it a little bit bland but still worth picking up to share with their child.

Notes: ARC received via NetGalley.


The Mighty Zodiac Volume 1: Starfall by J. Torres, Corin Howell, & Maarta Laiho

Graphic Novel, Mythology, Fantasy
Digital/Print (152 pages, ONI PRESS)
One dark and quiet night in Gaya, six stars fall from the sky. Master Long, the ailing leader of the Mighty Zodiac, sends his warriors out to collect the stars before the Moon Rabbit Army can get their paws on them first. If the Rabbits get the stars, the balance of nature—and the fate of all of Gaya—will be in danger. But Long's plans to use the stars to "cure" his illness may be just as dangerous—and bring an end to the Mighty Zodiac itself. (Ages 9-12)





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