An Unlikely and Grumpy Team Up (Red Sonja/Tarzan #2 Comic Review)

User Rating: 9.6

Red Sonja/Tarzan #2

Written by: Gail Simone

Art by: Walter Geovani

Cover Art by: Aaron Lopresti

Colors by: Adriano Augusto

Letters by: Simon Bowland

 

Sonja and Tarzan form an uneasy alliance but things may not be as they seem.

What Happened: 

After explaining how Eson Duul is a danger to the both of them, Sonja tries to form an alliance with Tarzan that is quickly rebuffed by the King of the Jungle. He takes off without her, but did any of us think Sonja wouldn’t follow? When Sonja finally does catch up with Tarzan, they find out that this is not the first time they’ve met. They’ve met before so recently that Tarzan still has wounds from their fight. But what took this memory from them?

What Mary Has To Say: 

Both Sonja and Tarzan are longtime loners. They work alone and when they team up with someone else, it’s usually begrudgingly. This time is no different for either of them and that makes for a great interaction. Simone knows both of these characters inside and out and she brings the bullheadedness and confidence out in both of them while maintaining a balance by not placing one over the other. Geovani’s art is really exemplary in this issue. Sonja and Tarzan are both very passionate and expressive characters and Geovani really captures every detail, no matter how minute.

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Summary
Simone and Geovani are masters of the industry and their deep knowledge and understanding of these characters make for one wild ride.
Good
  • Grumpy Sonja is best Sonja.
  • “Mitra-cursed bugs and their poisonous little blades!”
  • Grumpy Tarzan is best Tarzan.
  • “Kreegah Bundolo!”
Bad
  • The issue was too short!
9.6
Amazing
Art - 10
Writing - 9.8
Plot - 9
Character Development - 9.5
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A lesbian who spends too much time/money reading and overanalyzing comic books.

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