When everything is going wrong, sometimes the only person you can trust is a complete stranger. Can Miss Fury and Lady Rawhide put aside their differences long enough to figure out what's really going on?
This is a really good one-shot. There are a few things that don’t add up, but they don’t affect the plot too much at all. There’s a lot of action and a lot of female power. If you’re looking for a book that packs a whole lot of punch, look no further. Read Full Review
In a vacuum it would be a decent start to a series, but this is a one shot that just does what every other spin off of the main series does and doesn't really add anything to it as a whole. Read Full Review
Swords of Sorrow: Miss Fury & Lady Rawhide is not an enjoyable read. It is plagued with a confusing plot that changes seemingly after the first few pages and then constantly adds small nuances that don't make sense. On top of the baffling plot is some poor writing that doesn't match up with the artwork and helps to reinforce the confusing plot by not introducing characters or really explaining what is happening. The artwork has its own problems with generic city buildings and streaks of lightning to depict alternate realities. Read Full Review
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