Comic Review: Street Angel Vol. 1: Deadliest Girl Alive (Image Comics)

Image Comics releases a vigilante who happens to be a homeless young girl in Street Angel Deadliest Girl Alive. Whatever happens, if you received Master Splinter’s training with the turtles […]

Image Comics releases a vigilante who happens to be a homeless young girl in Street Angel Deadliest Girl Alive.

Whatever happens, if you received Master Splinter’s training with the turtles and became a lost child, you’d get Street Angel right off the bat. The protagonist of the story is most likely Toph Beifong from Avatar who fought a bunch of rookie earthbenders at the arena from season 2, but this one is an enigma.

For example this front cover of the page, it’s usually some kid drawn version of their childhood hero who fights for the neighborhood. However, the character goes around fighting against anyone who gets in her way, and does she actually can wield her swords in a two-sword fighting style, what is she Hit-Girl from Kick-Ass movie? The story goes that the Street Angel is just only a rumor from the dangerous urban streets around in the city. It turned out to be a young girl named Jessie Sanchez, who is homeless, and yet she faced a lot of obstacles around the block. She befriends a dog who happens to be a lost dog according to the sign, fought a hotshot at school who happened to be very skillful in martial arts, fought ninjas, and fought together with Santa Claus? And most important the whole story is adapted for women readers if you want to be a badass like her just to know that girls and women have the power to do anything.

One good thing about this graphic novel is that the art style is almost like the Japanese manga artist ONE who made One Punch Man and Mob Psycho 100 because the drawings are most likely to have this as a webcomic for some reason. However this story is like to have a superhero story just like ONE does, but creating a story about a female protagonist who fights fairly makes you go crazy with some annoying fangirl screams. I just have seen so many fights at my high school years, because no matter how different it is from the comic and it’s something that everyone does in real life. Not for me, because I don’t like to fight, I usually stick to the stories that I know best. Either way, Street Angel is the second graphic novel that isn’t rated for M for Mature, it’s actually for Teens who like to have a teenager’s life that much. Bully Wars is actually for everyone because the art is very cartoony, but here they actually show some minor violent content. If you rather read a comic where a girl can actually do anything to protect the neighborhood from undisputed crack heads, then this comic is just for you.

About Kevin Bermeo

I'm a New Yorker Artist, and I traveled a lot. I enjoy making comics, illustrations, paintings, and digital art. Besides drawing, I'm also a writer, I used to be a Gamer, and I love adventures, food, and dragons.