The Adventures of Red Sonja, Volume 1

The Adventures of Red Sonja Volume This contains the Red Sonja tales from Marvel Feature presented in glorious fully re mastered color These tales are where it all begins and help set the stage for the current Red Sonja series T

  • Title: The Adventures of Red Sonja, Volume 1
  • Author: Roy Thomas
  • ISBN: 9781933305073
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
  • This contains the Red Sonja tales from Marvel Feature 1 7, presented in glorious, fully re mastered color These tales are where it all begins, and help set the stage for the current Red Sonja series This is a must have collection of never before reprinted material, featuring a cover by Frank Thorne Plus, legendary Red Sonja writer and former Editor in Chief, Roy ThomasThis contains the Red Sonja tales from Marvel Feature 1 7, presented in glorious, fully re mastered color These tales are where it all begins, and help set the stage for the current Red Sonja series This is a must have collection of never before reprinted material, featuring a cover by Frank Thorne Plus, legendary Red Sonja writer and former Editor in Chief, Roy Thomas, provides an introduction

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    1 thought on “The Adventures of Red Sonja, Volume 1”

    1. Kurven und KantenDie rote Sonja, letztlich in dieser Form eine Roy-Thomas-Eigenkreation, ist eine hyrkanische Kämpferin im Kettenbikini. Diese Tatsache setzt auch den Standard für diese Reihe (in diesem Band ist Marvel Feature 1-7 gesammelt, also noch nicht die eigentliche "Red Sonja"-Reihe); viel tiefsinniges darf man nicht erwarten, schön zu betrachten ist das aber schon. Etwas dezenter kommt die 70er-Jahre-Red Sonja aber dann doch daher als die nur aus Oberweite bestehende spätere Frank-C [...]

    2. Well, this was pretty much exactly what I expected it to be.Simple, self contained stories that are basically a less interesting version of Conan with a female lead is a pretty accurate description of this first volume of Red Sonja.The art is good enough, except for the first issue of the collection which has superb art.Overall, this is a great starting point for future Red Sonja fans, but honestly I think I would rather stick with Conan.

    3. Fun and entertaining, perhaps typical run of the mill but nevertheless interesting to see Sonja’s start.

    4. The stories are a classic Marvel affair. Anyone familiar with an older style of comic writing will be pleasantly surprised that they have held up after almost 40 years. Red Sonja is still as fun as it was back in 1975.The art, however, is a more complicated issue. I'm sure you've read other reviews and/or complaints about it. Dynamite didn't take much care in he reproduction of these stories, regardless of how "remastered" hey claim to be. The art is sloppily colored, the text bubbles hastily re [...]

    5. Have never been big on Conan or those types of characters, but can't say I didn't have a crush on Red Sonja growing up, so I picked this up just to see if I'd like it beyond her skimpy chain-mail bikini. Immediately, Frank Thornes art really grabbed me, and the stories were actually quite entertaining. Not something I'm going to run out and buy everything of, but definitely convinced me that I'll be back for more.

    6. The first 7 issues of Red Sonja as a standalone character. Stories are OK, pulp in content. Graphics so-so, text hard to read. Each story has basic plotline: Red Sonja stumbles into some town, trouble ensues, she battles with something/someone, she is victorious.

    7. I loved this SO MUCH. Great strong female lead, alliterative banter, beautiful art. If you love Dungeons and Dragons or If you're looking for something like ElfQuest by Wendy Pini consider this book.

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