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The best reviews are the ones that are not only good, but also offer ideas to learn from. I won’t hide a negative review if there’s something to learn from it. I’m not going to keep reviews that say something like “You shouldn’t be lazy and using 3D, you should draw it by hand!” There’s nothing to learn from that besides the ignorance of the poster. It’s faster to use, yes, but certainly not lazier. That argument’s best saved for those who know and understand the medium. If you haven’t used it, you have no right to call it lazy or even bash it.

I also won’t keep testimonials that are openly hateful. If you’re going to bash my work, expect to be banned. I have a low tolerance for the “I hate 3D” type posts.

Posts that say something along the lines of “I loved this book, but if you had changed the camera angle on page ____, panel ___ to ____ it would have been even better!” There’s something to learn there. A lesson that can be used in future books. Of course, if you want to simply say “I LOVED THIS!!!” That’s good too!

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  1. My review of Dream Angel #1.2
    The review —
    **WARNING THIS REVIEW WILL CONTAIN SPOILERS**
    This is actually the Author’s remake of the first book in her Superhero CGI graphic novel series: Dream Angel. I chose to review this version instead of the original as this reflects her most recent work.

    I liked that this story started differently than many SuperHero/SuperHeroine books. Instead of starting with her origin story, we pick up with her just recently graduated from high school, and having been doing her adventures for 3 years. It begins with a major turning point in her career with the SuperVillain’s figuring out her secret identity and capturing her father. We get introduced to the major players pretty quickly leading into the rescue attempt.

    The CGI art style is new and rarely done in graphic novels, and the author here does a very good job of each character looking different and having their own voice. The story moves quickly to give the setup for the good and evil sides, although there are a few minor errors in the text here and there. It ends on a cliffhanger, making you very interested to see what happens in #2. The humor is pretty good, but not overused, more like quips, which for this genre, is completely appropriate. Most graphic novels these days are put together by a team, but this was all done by one person, which makes it more impressive. The only things keeping it from being a 5 are some minor plot holes in the conversations between characters. Nothing major or that pulls you out, but noticeable upon multiple read-throughs. For anyone who loves the Superheroine and/or Magical girl Genre, I definitely give this book a rating of buy it and read it.

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