Robyn Hood: The Curse #3

Writer: Chuck Dixon Artist: Julius Abrera Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: March 21, 2018 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
8.5Critic Rating
6.5User Rating

San Diego is facing some kind of impending mystical apocalypse and the epicenter of it might just be Robyn's current love interest; an oil billionaire with a taste for pre-Columbian antiquities. And the city isn't safe from Sam Cavendar's new alter ego. She's Marian's sweetheart by day and a ravaging hell-beast from beyond the stars by night. It's going to take more than a well-placed arrow to make this right! Chuck (Bane:Conquest) Dixon brings the mystery, action and horror you look for in comics!

  • 9.6
    SciFiPulse - Patrick Hayes Apr 1, 2018

    A friend returned, a monster revealed, and a half dozen new threats make this a page-turner. The story is building up steam, with the lead in a romance with a questionable character, while her best friend is discovering all sorts of evil. The visuals are good, with the art and colors working very well together. As soon as I finished this issue I wanted to see more, so I can't give a book a better compliment. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez Mar 21, 2018

    As the narrative begins to entice us to want ever more, it is the captivating imagery and haunting colors of Robyn Hood: The Curse which makes us stay to see how the story will materialized in all its beautiful graphic forms. The tension of the unfolding story makes it almost painful to see how it will unfold, as this team inches ever close to the anticipatory want of not wanting it to end. But at the same time, you need it to slowly progress forward, just to release the pressure in fear you will burst from the waiting. This is how you make the audience yearn for the next issue, all in its cliffhanging compassion. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes Mar 22, 2018

    Robyn Hood, as a character, was probably one of my least favourite Zenescope characters, as I feel there was a lack of originality to her. In addition, there seemed like an awful lot of backstory to wade through. Recentmini runs have changed my mind; sure there can be some pacing problems, but with a quality writer like Dixon on board, I fully expect that those creases will be ironed out as Dixon begins to become more conversant with the Zenescope model of publishing. Read Full Review

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