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ADVANCE REVIEW: Tales of the Stars #3

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ADVANCE REVIEW: Tales of the Stars #3

Book Title: Tales of the Stars #3

Book Description: When the mysterious power, The Voice that Speaks It So, called out into the infinite an unwilling Tol'Asha answered the call. Thrust into Existence, Tol'Asha is embraced by the powerful Stars. The Stars, beings of immeasurable power, offer Tol'Asha their magic in exchange for her aid in freeing Existence from the hold of the Cosmic Dragons.

Book Author: Wilson Lee Jr.

Book Format: Paperback

Publisher - Orgnization: CnS Comics

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Illustrator: Steven “Sash” Scott

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Full disclosure, I freaking love this series! Something about the concept and Lee’s writing speak to my childhood! I’ve said it before, but this series is definitely a nostalgia trip for me.

All that aside, TOS picks right up where issue 2 left off and begins expanding the universe even more! We get to meet the Space Way Pirates Lee has been teasing for some time and begin to learn about the lives and worlds of mortals. Through the story we begin to see Tol’Asha form a more compassionate and maybe even “human” side. 

The Pirates are a fun group and I can’t wait to see them in their own stories and see more interaction between them an Tol’Asha in TOS.

Issue 3 is another great installment, and you can tell this a passion project for Lee, it feels like he has as much fun writing these books as I do reading them! My one critique is that the lettering is a bit simple and could use some work. It’d be nice to see more attention paid to it in issue 4. 

If you’re looking for a fun series that screams of 80’s-90’s nostalgia, Tales of the Stars is your series. Immortals, Stars, Dragons, Space Pirates… what more could you ask for?

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Brett has been collecting comics for close to 30 years and is passionate about showcasing the amazing stories in Indie Comics and growing the indie community. A marketing and communications professional with a Masters of Nonprofit Management, he founded The Indie Comix Dispatch in 2020. Brett is also a member of the National Writers Union.

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