Two adventurers from different eras of space and time, must unite to review this week’s Barbarella / Dejah Thoris #1 from Dynamite Entertainment.

Barbarella / Dejah Thoris #1 Sneak PeekBarbarella / Dejah Thoris #1
writer: Leah Williams
artist: Germán García
Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment
Cover Price:$3.99
From opposite ends of time, two heroines unite for an otherworldly adventure! Barbarella, the siren of space, meets Dejah Thoris, Princess of Barsoom, and together they must solve a murder mystery that spans time and space in order to find their way home. Leah Williams (Adventure Time Comics, X-Men: Black) teams with Germán García (Action Comics, X-Men) for a fun, deadly, mind-bending epic!
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The cosplay cover features a woman I think I’m in love with, and the visuals are strong. I’m not particularly attached to either character, but this issue still managed to pull me in with some good ol’ fashioned storytelling (even if it is a little bit weird.)Matthew's Thoughts
This is a weird start to an issue because while there is a lot going on, there isn’t a whole lot of depth to the story. The art is okay, and I guess there is enough of a hook to get me to read one more issue, but it feels like there is a lot of padding in this story.Stephen's Thoughts

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