Soon, the two heroes find Eson Duul once again, and the final battle begins. Red Sonja/Tarzan #4 cover by Aaron Lopresti Red Sonja/Tarzan #4 is a setup issue for that final battle It gets the characters into place for a big blowout battle, and it raises the stakes That meet-up with the Traveler shows Sonja and Tarzan[...]
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Sonja may have an item that can help them track down Duul where and whenever he is. Red Sonja/Tarzan #3 cover by Aaron Lopresti Red Sonja/Tarzan #3 boosts the tension with Eson Duul's attack on Korak and his family It also has some badass moments of Korak taking on Duul's men and dispensing justice for their murder[...]
Gail Simone's Writer's Commentary for Red Sonja/Tarzan #3 – "Tarzan Is Adopted Everywhere, Sonja Is Alone"
Gail Simone writes on her Red Sonja/Tarzan #3, published recently from Dynamite Entertainment Pick up your copy and read along; we'll give you the first few pages to get you started. I keep talking about this, how this book is just a dream come true for me I've wanted to write Tarzan since I used to pretend[...]
He explains that there is more to this story. Red Sonja/Tarzan #2 cover by Aaron Lopresti Red Sonja/Tarzan #2 is a slower issue than the previous one, but it serves to deepen the mystery of Eson Duul and this seemingly fated meeting between Tarzan and Sonja. It's intentionally confusing and foreshadows some crazy stuff in the story to[...]
Gail Simone has provided us a commentary track for Red Sonja / Tarzan #2 that she has done with artist Walter Geovani for Dynamite.
This enrages the Ape-Man, and he challenges Duul. In another time, Red Sonja seeks vengeance against Eson Duul for other crimes. Red Sonja/Tarzan #1 cover by Adam Hughes Red Sonja/Tarzan #1 spares no expense in establishing the setup of this crossover Gail Simone is quite wordy in this opening installment, and it can make the comic drag in[...]