Title: Captain-J # 1
Publisher: Genefex Gallery
Story/Art/Cover by: Joshua “Jayblings” Amangala
Editor: Douglas Oruambo
Price: Free (Click Here)
Rating: 2 out of 5 stars
Website: genefexcg.blogspot.com/
Comments: This comic is only fourteen pages long. It is black and white with color word boxes. At the start, we are given an introduction to the star of the comic.
Our story starts off in Port Harcourt.
The art could use more definition. The eyes at times are drawn huge, a woman’s eyes are drawn 4 times the size of a guy’s.
Captain-J is illustrated as a hard-hitting super-hero in action. His main foes are the Black Circle a group of terrorists. The Hummeroid aka Mister Man is a generic-looking armored villain.
A lot more needs to be explained in these pages; what is the mission of the Black Circle, what is A.T.O.M., what are the powers of Captain J.
Captain J has a great attitude and he is a fighter which does make for a great hero.

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Title: Captain-J # 1 Publisher: Genefex Gallery Story/Art/Cover by: Joshua 'Jayblings' Amangala Editor: Douglas Oruambo Price: Free (Click Here) Rating: 2 out of 5 stars Website: genefexcg.blogspot.com/ Comments: This comic is only fourteen pages long. It is black and white with color word boxes. At the start, we are given an introduction to the star of the comic. Our...