Oeming and Carey execute a fairly layered story. Their characterization for Sonja and her nemesis rings true. The themes square with those of Robert E. Howard, but they falter when creating a satisfying conclusion. The twist they come up with during the final battle between Red Sonja and the maniac is a good one, but they don't follow through and inadvertently concoct an ending that lacks power. Read Full Review
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