The She-Devil With A Sword And The King of The Jungle team in this amazing new mini-series from Gail Simone and Walter Geovani.
Something is rotting the very soul of the jungle and a sinister huntress is stalking Sheena herself in this perfect jumping-on issue of Sheena!
While not everyone’s cup of tea, the new Barbarella does a fine job of paying tribute to its source material while satirically striking at modern society.
Sheena #0 was a disappointment. Sheena #1 is a greater disappointment, with bland art, blander colors and a plot that would have been cliched in The Golden Age.
The Queen Of The Jungle returns to monthly comics in a solid story made somewhat less sterling by lackluster interior artwork and poor visual continuity.
The main problem with Vampirella #1 is this issue creates more questions than answers, but the amount of potential here warrants giving Cornell more time to develop what direction this series is actually going to take.
Vampirella returns from the dead once more, in this revamp (no pun intended) from Knight and Squire creators Paul Cornell & Jimmy Broxton.
Even at the price of one shiny quarter Red Sonja #0 is over-priced. This book signals a return to the creative sewer we’d thought The She-Devil long-passed.