We enter the world of Armor-I by following the new kid to the school Jason King. Being the new kid at school can be hard sometimes. You would have to make new friends, watch out for the jerks and find and maintain a status quo. On Jason King's first day he managed to clash with the school jocks who were bullying a student. After the altercation, he finds out those same jocks will be his teammates on the school's football team. Thinking that he will settle their differences, the jocks invite him to hang out in the woods after football practice. Meanwhile, in a far away galaxy, a scientist Kizan is on the run from Lord Novaden. Kizan is carrying a weapon that can tip the scales of a galactic war to their favor. However, the scientist's ship was shot down and crashed landed on Earth in a wooded area. After football practice, the jocks drove Jason to the secret spot in the woods to what he believes is to make amends. Unfortunately, they ditched him in the forest to fend for himself and find his way out. His life soon intersects wth Kizan as he stumbles upon Kizan's ship. What will be in store for Jason King now that he crossed paths with Kizan? With the mysteries surrounding the origin of Kizan and the secret weapon, Marcel Dupree leaves the story where it is at to catch our eye and give a little tease.
Armor I Issue 1 has a solid story somewhat similar to how Hal Jordan obtained his ring. Jason King has already been seen fighting for the little guys and we hope for a great superhero comic since he finds a game-changing weapon to whoever possess it. We see by the end of the issue that the character open to possibilities he would never have expected. We are hopeful to see what history Kizan and Lord Novaden has had, let alone more information on this great war going on. Carlos Trigo and Andrea Celestini gives the art style for this comic a very polished and playful style like a cartoon animation you watch every Saturday morning. The comic as a whole is very compelling and leaves the reader wondering about King's future. As an added bonus, there is an additional comic at the very end called Baranzu about a family visiting Japan with kids being kids, running around causing chaos and accidentally releasing a spirit. What will happen to family now that the spirit has been released? Overall this comic has great stories to offer accompanied with awesome art and we definitely hope to see more from these creators. Armor-I is available digitally for $2.00 on Gumroad. Make sure to follow Evoluzione Publishing on Facebook as well as Marcell Dupree on Twitter!