Oeming and Rubi wisely do not spend much time on the battlefield where massive armies may threaten to sweep the story away. Massive armies work better in widescreen with actors than in comic books or novels. The constant violence and hackery can get boring if read in great clumps. Because this is more of a personal story, Oeming focuses on Sonja's duel against Creepy Boy, and Oeming makes this a three-way duel just to accent just how much of martial threat, not just a demonic threat, Creepy Boy represents. "The Return of Kulan Gath" in Red Sonja so far has lost little steam. Read Full Review
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