Red Sonja Annual #3 & Classic Red Sonja Re-Mastered #1

Here’s an advance look at Red Sonja Annual #3 and Classic Red Sonja Re-Mastered #1 on sale June 16.

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On her way through a mountain pass to meet a client she’s been hired to guide, Sonja meets the former subjects of a fallen king said to haunt the mountains in the years since losing the war and his life to a savage tribe of mountain trolls. When the young girl she was hired to escort off the mountain is spirited away right before her eyes, Sonja follows, dragging along the town hag. In the crags above the village, she discovers the Hall of the Lonely King, where folk have disappeared to for years, never to return again. It’s here she meets the lonesome king, his spectral guard…and the flesh-eating enemies who feast on the King’s kidnapped subjects.

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Classic Sword and Sorcery action! An all new series reprinting classic Red Sonja tales! First up is an incredible story (“The Ring of Ikribu” from Savage Sword of Conan) by the legendary Roy Thomas, joined by artist Esteban Maroto! Featuring a new cover image by the legendary Frank Brunner! Re-mastered in color for the first time ever!

2 Responses to “Red Sonja Annual #3 & Classic Red Sonja Re-Mastered #1”

  1. I just ran across your website while looking through the Dynamite Entertainment forums. I’ve been a huge Red Sonja fan for many years now and I have every single one of her individual comics as well as all 6 novels. I thought that I was about the biggest Red Sonja fan out there – until I ran across your site, that is. I’m very impressed that you would have a fansite devoted to her. As much as I like Sonja, I would never have undertaken such a big project. Keep up the good work that you are doing here and I wish you continued success!

  2. nemedian bard Says:

    Thank you for the nice comments, Sean! I’m happy you like the site. If you would like to contribute or have any suggestions on how to make the site better please let me know.

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