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REVIEW: Black Spartans Ch. 3

Book Title: Black Spartans Ch. 3

Book Description: The chapter begins with the newly formed group of Balbino and Dayanita setting up camp. While Dayanita makes dinner Balbino shows obvious distaste for it. During this time they meet Amara. Only to be attacked by a group that Amara dealt with previously. Balbino and Dayanita make their way into town and are ambushed by the same group that attacks in the night. Only to be overrun during the battle, making their escape, they discover about the town and how Amara was trying to help the town, only to be caught herself. Balbino and Dayanita decide to liberate Amara and the town itself.

Book Author: Brandon Calloway

Book Format: Paperback

Publisher - Orgnization: Darkmoon Manga

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Illustrator: Macchiato Studios

  • Story
    (3.4)
  • Interior Art
    (3.4)
  • Cover Art
    (3.4)
  • Dialogue
    (3.3)
  • Mechanics
    (3)
  • Editing
    (3)
3.3

Summary

This story has in this chapter taken a slight downturn.  The story itself doesnt show as much character development as previously done.  While I think that the actions of Balbino are noble towards the end of the story, I do wonder what drove him to make said actions.

When confronted with a common enemy Balbino and Dayanita are a unified front.  When they are not, there seems to be more arguing than anything else.  That could be a result of the two of them growing up differently.  But it detracts from the story in the process.

There wasn’t a cover with this particular chapter, so I can’t comment on it.  But the interior artwork continues to impress and improve, adding to the continuation of the book, making this a wonderful journey to behold!

Overall this story is definatly one that is worth following and I look forward to more!

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May the historical documents of the imagination always inspire!  Thanks for reading!

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