Lara Croft: Tomb-Raider #38

Writer: James Bonny Artist: Wilson Tortosa Publisher: Image Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Paul Dale Roberts Mar 7, 2004

    Stonehenge attracts people from all around the world, who feel compelled to be near this monument. My ex-wife of course referred Stonehenge as a bunch of old rocks. Sigh. In this story the dream of Stonehenge becomes a reality of scary proportions. I enjoyed watching Inspector Castleberry in this story, he reminded me of a young Sherlock Holmes. This story was a tale that touches upon the paranormal with an exceptional dramatic outcome! Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Mar 6, 2004

    The Tomb-Raider comic book really makes my hobby worthwhile. If I can steer just one person away from this contemptuous filth, then I'm rendering a public service. I would also like to suggest that the editors who should have pulled the plug on this story before it saw print actually read the scripts once in awhile and perhaps glance at the finished art. Whomever was in charge of the licensing department at Eidos, the makers of the Tomb-Raider game, should have his brain put back into his skull so that he can maybe think things through: perhaps associating their video game character whose role is assumed by millions of teens--girls and boys--with a book that is violently and sexually derogatory toward women isn't the smartest idea. It is my sincerest hope that everybody involved in the making of this story is sacked. Read Full Review

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