Review: Robyn Hood: The Hunt #1
Robyn has finally taken down the monsters and villains that have plagued New York for far too long. Now, with the streets safe again, Robyn unfortunately isn’t going to get to enjoy them.
After being transported to an otherworldly, high tech, maximum security prison, she must fight for her life from some of the very creatures she has placed there. Will she survive with enough of herself intact to get back to the city she calls home? Find out, in Robyn Hood: The Hunt!
It seems even heroism has a price these days. Robyn’s life goes from being a hero to being a prisoner. A prison filled with old foes, and a strange potential ally. Even as Robyn’s very life is at stake, as things go from bad to worse. Will she escape alive? Who runs this strange prison?
The art is clean and possesses a nice sense of flow throughout the action sequences. Even the prison is oddly bright, almost sci-fi in design. Yet there is a sense of uniformity in the prison (spandex looking) clothes. Even the guards all look relatively the same.
Story: Latoya Morgan Art: Salvatore Cuffari
Story: 8.0 Art: 8.5 Overall: 8.25 Recommendation: Buy
Zenescope provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review