ATG Comic Review: Jirni #1

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Jirni is an interesting book that deals with the Djinn among other things. Jirni seems to be a half Djinn that is intent on finding and freeing her fellow Djinn. The place the Djinn are from is a heavenly type place of total freedom, however those that are evil or corrupt in some way are confined and sent to Earth. They are bound to vessels and made to serve whoever owns their vessels thus our myths of Genies. Jirni is looking to find rumors of those trapped and then find them and free them. She does indeed find something in this comic, though it is not one of the Djinn. Evil cliff hanger makes us wait for the next installment to discover who this is.

This book has some great artwork and the blue skinned Jirni is very lovely. Couple all this with some good action scenes and it all equals a very fun comic-short but good.. My only wish is that it had a few more pages to it because it is such an interesting story and approach to the idea of the Djinn- but hey that’s what a second issue is for right? So what do you guys think? Does the idea of a half Djinn looking to free her people from bondage sound good to you? I’m personally wondering how they will thank her for her work if they are truly evil as the legends tell!

1 thought on “ATG Comic Review: Jirni #1

  1. Well I’m still waiting for the next installment too so I can’t tell if the freed evil djinns would thank her for setting them free. But I foresee a rebellion. Maybe the evil djinns ganging up with her against the one that bound them or something. Just a thought though lol. And I like the female character, she’s fierce, strong not to mention pretty.

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