Dynamite Entertainment releases a new Red Sonja one-shot this week. Take the jump for a look at Red Sonja: The Long Walk to Oblivion.
Formerly sidekick to the Red Cowl, Flyboy’s world has been torn apart by the sudden murder of his mentor and partner. To make matters worse, no one will take him seriously after the Red Cowl’s death, and the heckling has turned into hostility, leaving him a man on the edge. Julia Moonglow, one of the Cowl’s former enemies, has approached him and slowly drawn him in, revealing treachery that Flyboy never would have expected: the Red Cowl is in fact alive! With a renewed sense of purpose, the newly-anointed “Sidekick” has allied himself with Julia Moonglow and made it his
The white man has taken the tribes’ land and defiled their holy places. They fought back not through arms, but the scourge of a curse. Now, more than a century later Seven George, a Native American man in Colorado, may find himself involved in events set in motion more than a century before his birth. Read on in this Major Spoilers review.
vs. The Horror From Beyond, or â€œoh no he didnâ€™tâ€… After reviewing the most awful Superman & Batman vs. Vampires & Werewolves #1, I said I would probably not review issue two.Â When I wrote that, little did I remember that I had already pre-ordered the second and third issues.Â And since Iâ€™m pressed for time, I took a gander at the issue and found it not as bad as the last.
DC has a new series based on the upcoming J.J. Abrams television series Fringe.Â The company has announced Zack Whedon, Julia Cho, Alex Katsnelson, Danielle DiSpaltro will all provide stories with art by Tom Mandrake and Simon Coleby. The first issue of the six issue mini-series arrives September 3, 2008. via DC Comics