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Barbarella #1

Writer: Sarah Hoyt Artist: Madibek Musabekov Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: July 14, 2021 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 6 User Reviews: 2
7.8Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

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The Siren of Space returns for a series of all-new adventures by a dynamic new creative team!  Multi-award winning author SARAH HOYT and rising star artist MADIBEK MUSABEKOV are at the controls as Barbarella leaves space dock on a new mission fraught with unseen layers of danger, duplicity and perhaps a dose of romance!  Camelot is home to the rich and powerful class seeking escape from an increasingly crowded and decaying galactic empire.  Desperate clandestine transmissions from an enslaved underclass bring Barbarella to investigate, uncovering secrets that lead to more secrets-and the distinct possibility that more

  • 10
    Comical Opinions - Gabriel Hernandez Jul 14, 2021

    BARBARELLA (VOL. 2) #1 is a sincere, engaging start to the next chapter in the Hero of Love's legend. The writing is rock solid, and the art is exquisite. Read Full Review

  • 9.6
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Jul 14, 2021

    It's a solid and engaging read that allows the story to be told through the visuals just as much as the dialogue. Hoyt and Musabekov have all the ingredients here for an absolutely fantastic book and this opening installment sets the table perfectly for what's to come and I'm incredibly excited. Read Full Review

  • 8.2
    Geek'd Out - Cameron Kieffer Jul 14, 2021

    Its too soon to tell if this series will match the quality or success of Dynamites previous volume written by Mike Carey, but theres enough potential to warrant a second look when the next issue hits, especially if youre a fan of likable characters and fun retro-space concepts. If nothing else,Barbarellais a damn fine-looking book, as is its leading lady. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    BGCP - Michael Lennox Jul 16, 2021

    The style is the book is light and inspiring with violence the almost last resort for Barbarella and Taln. It's early days for the issue and it nicely skips over the more bawdy sexual side, replacing it with a wider message of love. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Olivier Roth Jul 14, 2021

    My favourite part of the issue is the colours by Nunes . As pretty as Musabekov’s pencils are, Nunes’colouring helps bring to life Barbarella off of the page. The best part of Nunes’colours is his brilliant use of lighting throughout. A comic that has good use of lighting, will always be well received by me. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes Jul 15, 2021

    An interesting first issue, that looks to re-introduce Barbarella whilst simultaneously sets up her next arc. Its a big ask, which Hoyt, Musabekov and company handle very well indeed. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    miles197 Jul 28, 2021

    This was surprisingly good. I love the art and the aesthetic. It’s campy and fun, and the cliffhanger is more than enough for me to pick up #2 next month.

  • 6.5
    C.V.R. The Bard Jul 20, 2021

    Barabarella busts out in an era where being a sex worker is more socially acceptable than ever before; dropping right on the heels when a clown like Meagan Thee Stallion covers a rag like S.I. It's only fitting.
    The thing is, despite Barbarella's laughable, Enchantress - esque powers, there is deep storytelling here that throws everything that previous Barabarella know into flux - capturing their interest, and giving new readers like myself who have never heard of the character the perfect place to latch on to and to fall in love with the character.
    Not being a purveyor of space comics, Barabarella hit me left field : Brian Bolland was brought into the fray for a variant, the gorgegous Musabekov art that he took from his covers more

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