Sojourn #22

Writer: Ron Marz Artist: Greg Land Publisher: CrossGen Critic Reviews: 2
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Apr 18, 2003

    Cassidey introduced last issue mainly as comedy relief joins the cast of Sojourn in a much fuller sense. Marz shows her to be more than a foil. Her knowledge proves invaluable, and her want to gain Arwyn's trust is at times suspicious as well as winning. You really want to root for her and for her to stay on Arwyn's side even if you suspect an imminent double-cross. Read Full Review

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    Comics Bulletin - Paul Dale Roberts May 2, 2003

    Gorgeous cover!! If you love the beauty of Arwyn, she's depicted in all her beauty in this knock-out cover! A troll soldier named Harren is told to stand down by Captain Bohr. Harren had his sword in the air and was ready to behead Francis. Captain Bohr feels that Francis may be useful in their crusade against Arwyn and the others. Seeing the troll soldiers in this blistering desert reminds me of scenes from the movie "Dune". The sand creatures that hide themselves underneath rocks are amazing and the way the Urinethi (sand creature) grabs ahold of a large lizard and drags him into the sandhole was amazing. I can't find this on the Animal Planet, that's for sure! It's great to see Arwyn and Gareth back together again. Wait a minute, the Urinethi are not just sand creatures, but they are some kind of people of the desert sand! Gareth and Arwyn are swallowed up by the sand as they were surrounded by the Urinethi! Soujourn #22 has a desert mystery that would rival anything that Lawrence o Read Full Review

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