Little Guardians #2

Little Guardians #2

Writer: Ed Cho Artist: Lee Cherolis Publisher: Scout Comics Release Date: May 17, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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The fantasy adventure continues! In a land of monsters and demons, a young girl must discover the truth behind her connection with the spirit world and in the process save her village from a dangerous cult. Chaos rages through the usually carefree Zucchini Festival! Idem accidentally unleashes a horde of demon wasps on the unsuspecting villagers, and it is up to his father, Tane, to exterminate the threat. During the frantic battle a mysterious stranger, a woman with the spirit powers of a guardian, enters the fray. Together can they save the village?

  • 8.0
    Geekery Magazine - Kevin October May 19, 2017

    If you're looking for a chill but fun read than Little Guardians issue two is what you need to put in your hands. Its a fun mixture of colors, action, and light comedy. Although I am looking forward to see what Subira is capable of and how Cho will interact Subira and Idem. Will they be friends? Will they be rivals? Questions already shroud me as I want to know more about Subira and how she will get her destiny back on track. Although she was in this issue very little, hopefully we will see much more of her in the next issue which Im sure we will. Should be a fun discovering ride. A good follow-up to the first issue and a fast unfolding into a fun simple world full of very colorful characters and art. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal May 17, 2017

    Little Guardian is close to being something great, but for now, it's just good. I'll give it a few more issues for sure, but my hope is that they reveal some of what we already know to the characters so that the story can start progressing. That way the drama can stop feeling forced, which is unfortunately how this issue comes across. Even still, it's an enjoyable series for people that like fantasy stories without the intense adult themes. Read Full Review

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