Review: Robyn Hood: The Hunt #3
Robyn has escaped the prison walls, but is now on the run in the dangerous jungle surrounding it. Hunted by her enemies and the deadly Executioner, she must find her way to freedom, but she will need to survive first.
New Found freedom comes with a price in Robyn Hood: The Hunt #3, as Robyn’s enemies and prison guards are on her tail. Even the jungle itself seems to be against her, as writer LaToya Morgan throws deadly creatures at her as well. There’s some that are familiar, and some not so much. I’m curious to see how she survives and will she find herself going back the prison in the end?
The art by Daniel Mainé shifts as the environment shifts. Through small details it is revealed the jungle around the prison is just as deadly as the prison itself. The new location brings in a new color palette of greens, blues, black, and browns that suit the jungle.
Story: LaToya Morgan Art: Daniel Mainé
Story: 8.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 8.5 Recommendation: Buy
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