Jasmine: Crown of Kings #1
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Jasmine: Crown of Kings #1

Writer: Howard Mackie Artist: Deivis Goetten Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: May 2, 2018 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
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When a fiery explosion erupts in the ancient city of Petra, Jasmine races against the terrorist group THE FORTY THIEVES to prevent the shattered pieces of the Crown of Kings, an object that haunts her past from being reunited and unleashing an unearthly power on the world and all that she holds dear.

  • 9.0
    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez May 2, 2018

    Jasmine: Crown of Kings is become a fascinating view into an underused character, however with a slow beginning, there is nowhere it can go up with such a dynamically endearing story. Jasmine always seemed to be a woman with a dark past, isolated from the world while in service to a sadistic master. And while her personality has opened up since her introduction, there has been a part she has kept hidden from everyone, including herself. And now with an enticing title to show us her heroic side, I cannot wait to see how redemption will fulfill a pledge to herself and the security of knowing the audience will be rewarded with a tale of unyielding compromise and wondrous satisfaction. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    SciFiPulse - Patrick Hayes May 3, 2018

    Your wish for high adventure and exotic locales is granted. A former jinn goes on a quest to stop a group of terrorists from assembling the pieces of a mysterious crown. Jasmine is a fun character, her foe Ali is very smart, and the visuals are good. This is another excellent book produced by Zenescope. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - Sam King May 2, 2018

    Generally, I think this is a decent start and I would read at least one more issue. I'm pretty curious about the crown and what it is capable of. The one thing that will really drive me crazy should it continue is the way that Ali speaks. He is incredibly casual and has weird phrasing, but not in a charming way that some thief characters have in other stories. If this improves then I think this series could be a pretty fun time. It isn't the best comic ever, but it could be fun. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    SloboSOY May 24, 2018

    By two time, I walk through it, but this time I let my hand fall on it & picking up.
    This is my first Zenescope Comics. I'm little surprise by the story quality. Better than what I had eared.
    So yes that may be a little sloppy & easy on some part, and I have the buzzing filling that I had to read another issue before read this.
    I'm a little happy than Ali isn't the bad guy after all (Even if it's not a good guy). It's a very nice surprise after the "Jasmine have a history with Ali" thingy.
    I don't like the fact all Ali's crew are dump except him (And maybe the one who stool from him)
    For a 1 not a bad issue and at the end I wouldn't say no to a little more.

    Cover - Well Jasmine remembering me of Huntress. more

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