Archive for the Reviews Category

Prophecy #1 Review

Posted in Comics, Miniseries, Reviews on June 11, 2012 by nemedian bard

Prophecy #1 is reviewed by Mat Elfring on Comic Vine.

Prophecy #1

“This was a fantastic issue and a great start to this event. What I liked most about this issue is that it’s easily accessible to new readers and writer Ron Marz does a great job explaining the world and characters to new readers. The art team on this book is wonderful. There’s a lot of great detail and the colors really pop off the page. This is one solid cross over so far.”
– Mat Elfring, Comic Vine

Queen Sonja #29 Review

Posted in Comics, Reviews on May 31, 2012 by nemedian bard

Queen Sonja #29 receives a 4 out of 5 from One Geek Nation.

Queen Sonja #29

“The artwork is overall very strong, and lends well to the pacing of the story. The book left us at a point that both fulfilled some of our desires for the story, as well as perking our curiosity about what will happen next. It has me interested enough that I fully intend to read issue #30 to see what is next. Overall I was very impressed with this issue. If future issues are as enjoyable as #29, they may have a new regular reader!”
– Josh Pierce, One Geek Nation

Red Sonja #66 Review

Posted in Comics, Reviews on May 14, 2012 by nemedian bard

Josh Pierce reviews Red Sonja #66 on One Geek Nation.

Red Sonja #66

“Eric Trautmann does a wonderful job this issue of using narrative to move the story along separately from the visuals of the issue. Without the dialogue this issue would be horrible, and not because the art is bad, but because it is absolutely needed in this particular story. So, hats off to Eric Trautmann.”
– Josh Pierce, One Geek Nation

Queen Sonja #28 Review

Posted in Comics, Reviews on April 11, 2012 by nemedian bard

Queen Sonja #28 is reviewed by Terry Verticchio on cxPulp.

Queen Sonja #28

“To see Sonja struggle with such a unique adversary, one who isn’t prepared to meet her face to face with a sword like she’s used to, fills this book with considerable drama. Sonja so wants to return to her old life as a wandering barbarian, but even she knows those days are long behind her now.”
– Terry Verticchio, cxPulp

Witchblade/Red Sonja #1 Review

Posted in Comics, Miniseries, Reviews on March 2, 2012 by nemedian bard

Witchblade/Red Sonja #1 gets a 4 out of 5 from Geeks of Doom.

Geeks of Doom

“Witchblade/Red Sonja #1 hooked me right from the beginning. You show me a lone warrior traversing a barren, hostile environment, and I’m in. Throw in some awesomely drawn skulls and some stalactites, and you really got me, but it’s the combination of fantastic writing and gorgeous artwork that will keep me reading this series.”
– Empress Eve, Geeks of Doom

Red Sonja: Raven Review

Posted in Comics, One-Shot, Reviews on February 13, 2012 by nemedian bard

Red Sonja: Raven is reviewed on Comics Bulletin.

Red Sonja: Raven

“Raven however did not lose points for the multitude of depiction. Though the accent is distracting, the artwork is nevertheless breathtaking, and the fight choreography inventive. The story is strong, but the ending falls apart, and it’s more than just the plotting.”
– Ray Tate, Comics Bulletin

Red Sonja #62 Review

Posted in Comics, Reviews on February 13, 2012 by nemedian bard

Comics Bulletin reviewer Ray Tate gives a 5-star rating to Red Sonja #62.

Red Sonja #62

“The build-up is what really impressed me about Eric Trautmann’s latest for Red Sonja. I thought that the story would be a straightforward Sonja meets and dazzles the Pharaoh story. Instead, it becomes something different.”
– Ray Tate, Comics Bulletin