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Review: ‘Jupiter’s Legacy’ is not necessary viewing

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In a world of phenomenal, high-quality comic book content, “Jupiter’s Legacy” falls a bit flat. It’s amazing that “Jupiter’s Legacy” lets us jump into a universe that is already formed. But while it has a great cast and characters with fascinating powers, “Jupiter’s Legacy” moves at such a slow pace and is so unfocused that it becomes a chore to watch. And by the end of the show, it just becomes a pitch for Season 2/Volume 2.

Watch Destiny’s full review for season 1 of ‘Jupiter’s Legacy’ below.

“Jupiter’s Legacy” follows the story of the world’s first superheroes who received their powers in the 1930s. In the present day, they are the revered elder guard but their superpowered children struggle to live up to the legendary feats of their parents.

Destiny Ricks

Born and raised in Columbus, Georgia, Destiny Ricks doesn’t describe herself as the typical Southern Belle. Growing up, Ricks often lost herself in the various fascinating worlds she found in literature and comic books, particularly with Batman. Her mother, an educator, instilled a love of reading and writing in her and once her brother gifted her a camera, the rest, as they say, is history. On her YouTube channel, Ricks discusses and analyzes films and often geeks out about the latest comic book properties. Ricks is a nerd through and through and you can find her at her most chaotic on her Twitter.

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