Red Sonja #80
This issue is not bad. It is chatty and a bit
boring. How will Sonja deal with becoming a vampire? What will happen to
Dracula? Rated teen plus, this is the final issue of the series.
Red Sonja #79
Sonja, now a vampire, is caught and tells the tale
of how she became Dracula’s thrall. She finds an ally and we will find
out what they plan to do about the lord of vampires in the next issue,
which concludes this story arc. Rated teen plus.
Red Sonja #78
Dracula makes a grand entrance in this issue while
Sonja grapples with his minions. The question must be asked: Will she
become a vampire? The ending is truly shocking. Rated teen plus, this is
part three of five. This story arc is worth watching.
Red Sonja #77
Dracula features in this solid outing. Sonja looks
for a way to cure her of her vampirism and cracks a few skulls in the
process. Rated teen plus, this is a good one.
Red Sonja #76
So begins a new story arc about Red Sonja. She is
saved by a group of riders from being burned alive. Can she trust them?
And what has happened to her in the previous months is a mystery. Rated
teen plus, it’s a solid read.
Red Sonja #75
So ends the series. Lots of battles and action and
a surprise villain toward the end. But it just isn’t as interesting as
it could be. Rated teen plus, wait for the next series starring Red
Red Sonja #74
Sonja and her band face Kosalans and Turanians
while beating a path to her home kingdom
of Hyrkania. There is a ton of action and the reader is led on a journey that looks
like it will end in much bloodshed. Fun for the Robert E. Howard fan.
Rated teen plus.
Red Sonja #73
This issue, chock-a-block with action, is the first
issue of the latest story arc (“The Long March Home”). Sonja and her
new crew flee Turan and find themselves hunted by agents of that nation
as well as by a band of Kosalans who think Sonja and company are to
blame for the deaths of their comrades. The storytelling is excellent.
Rated teen plus.
Red Sonja #72
Thrown into “The Pit of Sorrows” in Turan,
Sonja battles many to find her way out. The ending leaves the reader
hanging until the next issue. Rated teen plus.
Red Sonja #71
There’s plenty of action here. The she-devil with
a sword faces an enormous dragon and it takes all of her skill and
cunning to try to bring it down. Rated teen plus.