There’s eight new digital comics on comiXology today from Marvel, Harlequin, and Dynamite. Check out all of the new releases below or get shopping now!
Hulk Legends Vol. 1: Hulk/Wolverine – 6 Hours
Written by Bruce Jones, Len Wein Art by Jack Abel, Scott Kolins, Herb Trimpe Cover by Simon Bisley Purchase
Collects Hulk/Wolverine: 6 Hours (2003) #1-4, Incredible Hulk #181.
Two of the biggest movie stars unite in one suspenseful adventure! Lost in the Canadian wilderness, Dr. Bruce Banner, a.k.a. The Incredible Hulk, and Wolverine only have six hours to rescue a woman and a boy from two desperate drug dealers. It’s a race against time as these two Marvel icons attempt to control their tempers long enough to save the hostages!
Marvel Action Spider-Man Vol. 5: Shock To The System
Written by Brandon M. Easton Art by Fico Ossio Cover by Fico Ossio Purchase
Collects Marvel Action Spider-Man (2020) #1-3.
A sinister new villain appears! Miles and Gwen are preparing for the biggest test of their high school careers, but will they stay focused with the team all shook up over their newest foe, the Shocker? And can they overcome his bad vibes with the exam putting their very futures at stake?
Red Sonja: The Price of Blood #2
Written by Luke Lieberman Art by Walter Geovani Purchase
Red Sonja caretaker Luke Lieberman returns to the fiery-haired heroine for another chapter in her early adventures. He’s joined by fan-favorite Sonja artist Walter Geovani (Death-Defying ‘Devil, Clean Room) whose prolific work on the character goes back over a decade, most celebrated being his run with Gail Simone. Issue #2 finds Sonja awaiting her fate amidst the drama and intrigue of warring nations. Will she escape the hangman’s noose?
Spider-Man Legends Vol. 1: Todd Mcfarlane Book 1
Written by David Michelinie Art by Todd McFarlane Cover by Todd McFarlane Purchase
Collects Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #298-305.
You’ve heard of Spawn. You’ve seen his toys. Now see where it all began, with the character that made Todd McFarlane famous! Including the first appearance of Venom!
Spider-Man Legends Vol. 2: Todd Mcfarlane Book 2
Written by David Michelinie Art by Todd McFarlane Cover by Todd McFarlane Purchase
Peter Parker’s worst nightmare comes true, when a mysterious foe kidnaps his new bride, Mary Jane Watson. Will Spider-Man’s amazing powers be enough to save Mary Jane before it’s too late? Spider-Man also faces off against a dangerous trio of villains: the Chameleon, the Lizard and the Green Goblin.
The Trusting Game
Written by Penny Jordan Art by Megumi Toda Purchase
Christa saw her best friend ruin her life by falling for an overbearing man. After that, Christa vowed to be an independent, outspoken woman. Daniel, the guest lecturer at a conference she’s attending, seems to be just the type of man she can’t stand. But he claims that his training is meant to build trust and establish good business relationships. After Christa challenges his methods, Daniel proposes that she take his training for a month. Could he really teach her to trust again?
Un Homme Idéal
Written by Trish Wylie Art by Tomoko Sato Purchase
Tara écrit des romans d’amour et vit dans un monde de rêves et de fantasmes. Bien qu’elle n’ait pas d’expérience réelle en la matière, ses livres romantiques sont très populaires. Depuis qu’un homme a emménagé dans la maison voisine, elle s’en inspire pour façonner le héros de son prochain ouvrage. Elle l’appelle « Jack Louis » et en fait le gentleman par excellence. Elle passe plusieurs jours à l’observer de loin quand tout à coup, il toque à sa porte. « Bonjour, je suis Jack Louis, votre voisin. » Aucun doute : c’est lui. Comment est-ce possible ? Elle n’a montré son roman à personne. Aurait-il sauté hors de ses pages ?
Wolverine Vol. 3: Return Of The Native
Written by Greg Rucka Art by Darick Robertson Cover by Darick Robertson Purchase
Collects Wolverine (2003) #12-19.
Wolverine must delve deep into his enigmatic past when a mysterious mutant known only as the Native returns to his life. But who is she, and is she friend or foe? And why might she hold the key to unlock the secrets of Wolverine’s past? Guest-starring Sabretooth!
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Forged from the scorching-hot temperatures of the sunny state of Florida, Amazon Steph keeps her cool as well as her sharpened broadsword on hand. As my Holiday-themed interviews continue all throughout this festive season, my gift came in early this year. At a gracious height of 6 feet tall, this wonder of a woman has made men grab Dynamite comics as she’s on the front cover as Red Sonja #21. She can be as many characters as she desires, but most of all, she’s a woman who cares for the little ones of all colors, races, and ethnic backgrounds. So throw down your ribbons and wrapping paper and show your love to this Orange blossom princess and welcome Amazon Steph cosplay.
Raven: Hello Amazon Steph. Thank you so much for taking a chance on this Rainbow catcher son of a gun, Please feel comfortable and unstrap your Amazonian broadsword from your hip.
Amazon: Hello everyone. Seasons Greetings and hello to you too, Raven Steel. Thank you for having me do this Holiday interview with you.
Raven: As you may not know before I begin with any of my festive Holiday questions, I offer some words of advice, a ballad of encouragement when you find yourself at crossroads during your career. I hope you’ll take these words to heart whenever the world becomes too much to bear and you need that little push to get you back on track. So here goes, “Remember, today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday!”
So True! Nevertheless, Amazon Steph, take a deep breath, unsheath your sword, and tell us all about you.
Amazon: I was born and raised in South Florida and while I have lived in a couple of other states, I settled back in Florida with my family and to be close to the ocean. I have brown hair and green/blue eyes.
Raven: How many languages do you speak/write consciously?
Amazon: Unfortunately, I am monolingual and only converse in English.
Raven: So you order Chinese food the same way I do, in English. Sweet!
Relatively speaking how tall are you?
Amazon: I am six-foot-tall barefoot but I honestly always forget how tall I am until I am trying on clothing (it is rather hard to find off the rack clothes that fit aside from gowns or wedding dresses) or someone else points it out.
Raven: What cosplay outfit would Amazon Steph use to fight against Santa’s Elves?
Amazon: Holiday Red Sonja of course!
Raven: Does Amazon Steph work out or does it come naturally?
Amazon: Regarding working out, I tend to go through hot and cold phases but was fortunate enough to grow up playing quite a few different sports and dancing so I attribute my physique more to my upbringing than a consistent workout regiment.
Raven: What does Amazon Steph love during this Holiday Season?
Amazon: I love family and friend get-togethers but this year that won’t happen for safety reasons. Womp womp
Raven: How do you feel when you become the character you are cosplaying?
Amazon: I prefer cosplaying characters that I feel I can relate to on some level. If I can’t relate to them at all, I can feel a little awkward and I think it shows. Therefore, I tend to choose characters that I enjoy cosplaying. I must admit, cosplaying villains can be quite fun!
Raven: What sort of pet is Zeek(I’ve never seen a cat like that)?
Amazon: Zeek is an exotic called a Genet. He has gotten quite the Tic-Tok following.
Raven: Yes he has, but I’m still waiting to be accepted.
Raven: If the Chucky Doll was real, who would you give this gift as a Christmas present?
Amazon: No one deserves that level of torment in 2020!
Raven: Is there a deep dark secret and now are ready to confess?
Amazon: Not sure I have a deep dark secret, but it does surprise people to find out that I ran for public office once.
Raven: Is there a fantasy character you find that best describes your personality?
Amazon: I think that I most affiliate with Wonder Woman and not just due to my height/build. I think it is her ethics, her compassion, and her strength combined with a touch of dry wit.
Raven: What are some favorite things you love to do/go with any COVID?
Amazon: My other favorite thing to do, other than craft or go to cons, would be to go and enjoy live music. Nothing really can compare to the energy that pulses during a live show, preferably rock n’ roll.
Raven: Using Wonder Woman’s lasso of truth on reporter Raven Steel, what would ask of him this Holiday Season?
Amazon: What got you interested in interviewing cosplayers?
Raven: That, my sister, is a story for another time and another Alias.
Raven: Which Holiday season does Amazon Steph enjoy more to cosplay?
Amazon: I haven’t been cosplaying too long and aside from the obvious, Halloween, it would be the holiday season. I have enjoyed making my builds for Holiday Matsuri. It is a fun way to express my favorite characters during the holiday season in a new and original way.p]
Amazon: A rep from Dynamite reached out to me and I was shocked. I feel honored that they wanted to use me for a cover. I hope I get the opportunity to grace a second Red Sonja cover and a Vampirella cover.
Raven: Let’s dispel the myth/legend story once and for all about women who are 6ft tall?
Amazon: We do not all play basketball! Some of us (me) don’t even like it.
Raven: Being you are taller than most cosplayers, is it a curse or a blessing when cosplaying?
Amazon: I would say being so tall as a cosplayer has its pros and cons. The pros would be that I can cosplay the character and when people see me in person it creates a great impression. I love hearing the stories from parents who tell me, after their kids met me, that I became known in their house as the real Wonder Woman.
Raven: You may not believe this, but I would look up to you.
Amazon: However, it is a curse because everything I wear must be custom made. I can’t buy anything off the rack to use in my cosplay aside from shoes.
Raven: What is Amazon Steph’s weakness and cannot say NO when it comes to food/Candy/ or something else?
Amazon: I am happy to say that I have learned the art of saying no. Occasionally I will even utter an, oh Hell No!
Raven: Does your modeling experience help when you’re cosplaying?
Amazon: I don’t have much modeling experience so I mainly think about the character and how they would be when I don the outfit.
Raven: What can Amazon Steph do to make this Holiday Season memorable this year?
Amazon: This interview :)
Raven: Is there a cosplay outfit you hate to wear but your fans love you in?
Amazon: I honestly hate the Justice League Wonder Woman outfit even though that is the first cosplay I ever wore and the one that started me on this journey. The top is foam and foam is just so hot. I honestly don’t know how some people wear head-to-toe foam cosplays. I would melt! However, I am not sure what people’s favorite is anymore.
Raven: How about characters that are Dark, Bloody, or Gothic? Interested in doing them?
Amazon: I love the dark broody gothic characters! I am going to be making a new Morticia Addams soon. I also prefer sexy characters over cute. Cute has never been my style and at 6’ I never felt like cute described me very well.
Raven: What do Amazon women want as a gift this season?
Amazon: Food! I can always eat, Haha!
Raven: Is chainmail something all women should start learning to make and wear?
Amazon: YES. Chainmail or scale mail should be incorporated into clothing! I think it makes a wonderful accent.
Raven: I’ve noticed most of your characters are Powerful and Righteous characters.
Does your personality resemble the type of character you want to portray or do the personalities of the characters you want to become?
Amazon: I choose characters that fit my personality and I think that I choose those types of characters because I have always had a strong sense of ethics. Some characters are a better fit than others, but I no longer will cosplay a character with whom I can’t associate.
Raven: How so?
Amazon: This will be controversial, but, for example, I could never cosplay Harley Quinn. I just can’t identify with her. On the other hand, Poison Ivy has facets of her personality that I can understand so I just amplify those personality traits when I cosplay her.
Raven: Can Red Sonja be the next Holiday gift sensation?
Amazon: I would love that! I would love to see Red Sonja hit the mainstream again.
Raven: In a recent Youtube video, you’re being painted. First off, WOW! You are good. I would have been squeamish.
How was that and were you auctioned off as artwork?
Amazon: FD Sedano Art videoed and took a couple of pictures of me when my friend Travo had painted me. I have known Travo for something like 20 years so it was pretty relaxed and respectful. The worst aspect was just standing for hours, Haha!
Raven: Have you done any Latex cosplay characters?
Amazon: I have worn a latex catsuit for Selene from Underworld and a gender-bent Nightwing. The Nightwing was for Holiday Matsuri last year. All the blue was scalemail I made to go with it.
Do you love doing photoshoots indoors or outdoors?
Amazon: I haven’t done too many cosplay photoshoots actually but I have so many I want to do and it is a combination of indoor and outdoor settings. I would love to get a Red Sonja shoot with a waterfall.
Raven: What do nerdy men want in their Christmas Stocking?
Amazon: Red Sonja #21 Amazon Steph comic book, Haha!
Raven: What got you started into cosplaying?
Amazon: Wow, so that is a very long story. To keep it short and sweet, I had ordered a wonder woman outfit for an event that I was putting on for women empowerment but it didn’t come on time. When it finally arrived, Supercon was around the corner and I already had tickets so I decided, why not go as Wonder Woman? I still have this amazing outfit. The rest is history.
Raven: Is Amazon Steph comfortable doing Spicy/Lewd photos?
Amazon: I am comfortable with wearing cosplays that show skin; however, I don’t do anything Lewd; but I may. Who knows? I have one photoshoot that I did in a tub and I think it may be borderline Lewd, but the pictures came out so beautifully that, to me, it looks more like art because of the mood portrayed through the picture.
Raven: Should the fans or the cosplayer dictate what sort of photos are available for purchase?
Amazon: The cosplayer should always do what makes them comfortable. I do not think the fans should decide what the cosplayer may or may not be comfortable with.
Raven: Was there ever an unusual request asked by a fan? I bet you it was feet, right?
Amazon: I would not repeat some of the requests asked of me; but nothing came to fruition for the person who asked, because of again discretion of what the cosplayer is comfortable with and not the requestor.
Raven: How did you get the cosplayer name, AmazonSteph Cosplayer?
Amazon: Coming up with AmazonSteph cosplayer just made sense because I am an Amazon and Cosplayer. It just sort of worked and more importantly, it was available across all platforms haha.
Raven: How many cosplay outfits do you own?
Amazon: I have about 20 cosplays. I need to have a lot more shoots to show all the new ones off!!!
Raven: You must have a walk-in closet or at least a storage rental place.
Raven: Should the Nightmare before Christmas be aired during this Holiday season?
Amazon: YES, and every holiday season!
Raven: Being this was a bad year for cosplayers, for 2021.
What would you love to see come back?
Amazon: I just can’t wait for the cons again. I love getting to interact with people in character and see my friends, some of whom I can only see at cons.
Raven: Do you have any new outfits you are working on that will break the internet?
Amazon: I have so many new outfits but I don’t know if any will break the internet. Not even sure what cosplay I would do that could break the internet haha.
Raven: If you became a Holiday toy doll, what cosplay outfit would she be dressed in?
Amazon: If I became a Holiday toy, I would love for it to be my Winter Wonder-land cosplay with the armor and bracelets having an ability to light up. I was very proud of the concept of that cosplay and how the final look came together.
Raven: What a gift from your fans would be surprised to the point of tearing for JOY?
Amazon: I think donations in my name to Toys for Tots or something like that would be the most touching gift.
Raven: That would truly be a wonderful gift to do (AM I RIGHT, READERS?!!!).
Raven: Is there a particular celebrity you be interested in kissing under the mistletoe?
Amazon: Yes, and I will leave it there…but it would have to be mutual. Consent and all 😁.
Raven: What sort of advice or words of wisdom you can offer new cosplayers out there?
Amazon: Words of wisdom: Be patient with yourself. Skills come with time. When I started all of this, all I could do was paint a little. Now I can sew, craft with foam, weave chainmail, weave scale mail, create patterns, work a little with epoxy, and sew and tool leather.
I am NOT an expert in any of them and everything I have done has been done multiple times until I am happy with the result. Therefore being patient with yourself may be the most important thing. Do it for you and not others… And of course, HAVE FUN!
Raven: Being this 2020 is the year of Social Distancing. Can I get a Holiday Hug?
Raven: It looks like the fire from the fireplace is all but gone. That’s all the time we have with AmazonSteph. Thank you so much AmazonSteph cosplay for allowing me to do this Holiday-themed interview with you. Now, can you unlock the door, please?
Amazon: Thank you Raven Steel. I had a blast answering your questions as well as I appreciate you undoing your restraints.
Raven: What are friends for?
If I could ask you one more question, where can my readers get more of AmazonSteph cosplay?
Amazon: Well, for you Raven, not a problem. Here are some of my site anyone can access:
@amazoncosplayer literally, email, ko-fi, patreon, etc are set up under that name. Please just be aware that not all are active. I am the most active just on Instagram.
Please Like. Please Share. And above all, please Love one another.
writers: Mark Russell, Bryce Ingman artist: Craig Rousseau covers: Christian Ward (A), Adam Gorham “McFarlane Homage” Variant (B), Christian Ward Grayscale Variant (RI/BW), Christian Ward (RI/Alternate Color Variant), Christian Ward (RI/Alternate Color Variant Virgin) FC | 32 pages | Action/Adventure | $3.99 | Teen+
Don’t miss out on this mini-series that will affect the Sonja series for years to come!
Spinning directly out of the epic RED SONJA title written by MARK RUSSELL! Prince Cyril’s plan to murder Sonja The Red is diverted, due to battles with giants. But from the battles comes a discovery, and a mysterious collection of allies begins to unite.
By MARK RUSSELL (Red Sonja, Year Of The Villain), BRYCE INGMAN (Edgar Allen Poe’s Snifter Of Terror) and CRAIG ROUSSEAU (The Flash).
writer: Mark Russell artist: Bob Q covers: Jae Lee (A), Joseph Michael Linsner (B), Bob Q (C), Marc Laming (D), Katy DeCobray Cosplay Variant (E), Juan Gedeon “Jim Lee Homage” Variant (RI), Andrew Pepoy “Seduction” Cover (RI), Juan Gedeon “Jim Lee Homage” Variant (RI-Virgin), Joseph Michael Linsner (RI-B/W), Jae Lee (RI-BW), Bob Q (RI-Virgin), Pepoy “Seduction” Cover (RI-B/W) FC | 32 pages | Sword and Sorcery | $3.99 | Teen+
Year Two continues, by MARK RUSSELL (DC’s Year Of The Villain) and BOB Q (Captain America).
Sonja The Red, the Master of War, goes to the domicile of the Master Of Souls. There, she learns the horrible truth of the army she is meant to lead into battle…
This September Dynamite and artist Brent Peeples show respect to one of the industry’s most influential figures with a 5-piece set of variant covers homaging Rob Liefeld‘s famous covers!
Artist Brent Peeples brings maximum effort to these covers that mirror some of the most recognizable covers of all time. Brent and Rob have worked together on the smash-hit Major X and other projects together, so there is respect and admiration in these pieces.
All six of these covers grace Dynamite’s top titles. The Princess of Mars has green martians in her sights, as Dejah Thoris #8 calls back to New Mutants #87, Rob’s second issue on the title. Arguably even more iconic is the 98th issue of that series, which Killing Red Sonja #5‘s cast stepping in for a merc with a mouth. Bettie Page #3 reenacts the pivotal next issue that moved toward a huge shift in Liefeld’s career and the industry as a whole. Vampirella/Red Sonja #11 places those two Women of Dynamite into the iconic image of X-Force #1. The blockbuster second and third issues of that record-breaking series are spotlighted with Red Sonja #19 and Vampirella #14.
This summer season, Dynamite is bringing the heat with a trio of collectible variant covers celebrating July 4th and American Independence. A diverse international set of creators pay tribute to the American-born medium and characters they love.
Joined by a fun background of apple pies, Bettie Page is herself an American icon of that caliber. Her work in pinup art and as a symbol of beauty and feminity has influenced countless artists within her home nation and around the world. Italian Vincenzo Federici, interior artist for the title, pencils, inks, and colors this fun and flirty cover for the second issue of Karla Pacheco‘s upcoming yarn.
Fellow Italian Alessandro Miracolo portrays the She-Devil With a Sword celebrating the holiday in the shadow of the Washington Monument and dangerously standing atop a stack of fireworks with blade and flag in hand. Don’t try this at home, kids. Irish colorist and series regular Ellie Wright makes sure the red, white and blue pop. It can be argued that the Hyrkanian heroine’s backstory is firmly tied to America, with her creation by Robert E. Howard in stories originally serialized in pulp magazines native to the States. Then expanded by Roy Thomas, who was a student of history and followed in the footsteps of comic and pulp innovators before him. Though always with an international flair, with renowned artists such as Esteban Maroto, Lucio Parrillo, Carlos Gomez, and more.
American artist Justin Mason has Vampirella in an even more dangerous position, straddling a giant explosive with lit sparklers. Though the sweet Uncle Sam style hat makes up for that and we’ll pretend she’s following proper safety precautions. The colors by Kike J. Diaz really bring the background fireworks to life. Similar to Sonja, the Daughter of Drakulon’s creation has a bit of American flavor. James Warren’s black and white magazines were able to dodge the censorship that plagued the comics industry for years. Do you think Drakulon has an independence day?
Fans have seen them attack fin-headed cops, iconic rock bands, and fellow denizens of the red planet, but now Dynamite presents Mars Attacks Red Sonja!
John Layman and artist Fran Strukan will chronicle the untold tale of when the dastardly Martians invaded Hyrkania during the Hyborian Age. Joined by colorist Valentina Briški and letterer maestro Taylor Esposito, the team will unravel this forgotten piece of history. How do the steel and savagery of Red Sonja stand up against the advanced weaponry and science of the big-brained baddies? Only one way to find out, by reading the ACK-ing book!
The explosive first issue features a crop of covers by the coolest creators. A man very well-versed in depicting the She-Devil With a Sword is Lucio Parrillo, who highlights the menace of the Martians. Fan-favorite Dustin Nguyen uses plenty of red and his signature style, and we’re not just referring to Sonja’s hair. Arthur Suydam evokes the classic era of science fiction that birthed the Mars Attacks franchise originally. Coming a long way from having fan art featured in an issue of Red Sonja (Vol 4 #7), is Luca Strati showing off a victorious Sonja. The legendary Barry Kitson swings through with a wraparound bursting with dynamism. And last but certainly not least is an incentive variant by Alan Quah homaging the classic trading cards.
As summer approaches, Dynamite is heating up as the comic industry roars back with its comeback, and is delivering a scorching haul to fans and retailers for July 1st!
To charge up an otherwise slow week of comics releases, Dynamite is bringing its big guns to brighten up the excitement around returning stories and supporting comic shops. Five of the bestselling and best-reviewed titles will all be out the same week.
The issues are:
The Boys: Dear Becky #2
Vengeance of Vampirella #8
Red Sonja #16
Killing Red Sonja #2
As the second season on Prime is set for an official release date any day now, now is the perfect time for fans to dive into the long-awaited sequel to The Boys with the second issue of Dear Becky. Co-creators Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson return with artist Russ Braun, colorist Tony Aviña, and letterer Simon Bowland. The classic creative team is all back years after they concluded the original juggernaut run and they haven’t missed a step.
Meanwhile, in Vampirella Christoper Priest‘s intricate saga reaches a climax, as Vampirella falls to her lowest point. Still recovering from a traumatic plane crash and turbulent personal life, she turns to others for help – and one may be the mastermind who has been manipulating all the events to date… With stunning covers from Lucio Parrillo, Guillem March, Fay Dalton, Meghan Hetrick, interior artist Ergün Gündüz, and more, this is an issue not to miss.
In the flagship of the other big Woman of Dynamite, Eisner-nominated scribe Mark Russell continues to spin one of the most acclaimed series in the industry in Red Sonja. Exploring concepts like power, war, and leadership, it has only gotten more enticing moving into its second year with the big war won. What happens next for Sonja the Red?
Across that first year of Russell’s Red Sonja, the titular character lead the rag-tag Hyrkanians against a despotic king. With Red Sonja slaying Dragan the Magnificent in a climactic battle, his surviving son Prince Cyril has vowed revenge on the fiery-haired killer. Alongside co-writer Bryce Ingman and fan-favorite artist Craig Rousseau, Mark Russell chronicles that quest inKilling Red Sonja. Spiced with magic, humor, and more, it’s an indisposable companion to the main series.
Fans looking for a straight shot of classic comic book storytelling with modern sensibilities know that Vengeance of Vampirellais a true hit. Or they better get on it fast! The multitalented Tom Sniegoski, who has written everything from the Punisher, Hellboy, Bone, and dozens of novels, returns to the character he defined for an entire decade. Picking right up where he left off in the 1990s, but incorporating the 25-year absence, this book is comfort food for every longtime fan of the Daughter of Drakulon, and also perfectly approachable for all newcomers.
writer: Luke Lieberman artist: Sergio Davila cover: Lucio Parrillo FC | 104 pages | $17.99 | Sword and Sorcery | Teen+
An early tale of the She-Devil! Explore the early years of the wild and untamed Sonja the Red, before she became the scourge of Hyboria — Red Sonja!
Retaining her trademark armor and flame-filled hair — and temper, writer Luke LiEberman (Red Sonja: Doom of the Gods) and artist Sergio Davila (Conan) deliver high adventure and horror as they introduce the demon conqueror Raka and his devil’s brew, which turns men against their fellow men (and everyone in their way!). Also featuring the return of Sonja’s early mentor, Ozzyus!
Contains the entire mini-series, issues 1-4, of Red Sonja: Birth of the She-Devil.
writer: Erik Burnham artist: Jonathan Lau covers: Lucio Parrillo (A), Alan Quah (B), Alé Garza (C), Derrick Chew (D), Vanta Black Cosplay Variant (E), Kunkka (RI), Derrick Chew Monochromatic (RI), Kunkka (RI-Virgin), Vanta Black Cosplay Variant (RI-Virgin), Lucio Parrillo (RI/BW), Derrick Chew Monochromatic (RI-Virgin), Lucio Parrillo CGC-Graded Cover FC | 32 pages | Fantasy/Horror | $3.99 | Teen+
With the fate of all things hanging in the balance, the evil necromancer Kulan Gath must be resurrected — but can it be done without sacrificing another human being? Sonja and Chastity consult another sorcerer to find a way, but with Evil Ernie, Purgatori, and Jade all chasing after Sonja and the source of Gath’s power, there’s little time to set things right. The Age of Chaos continues!