The Scorched - Superior Four - Rain - Hell Sonja Issue 1 - First Impression Comic Book Reviews

Hell Sonja Comic Book Issue 1 Dynamite I want to preference by saying that when it come to Red Sonja there’s a lot of stories out there and other than the movie and the Red Sonja Mars Attacks crossover comic book series I’m not that knowledgeable in the Red Sonja universe, so saying that when I jumped into Hell Sonja Issue 1 I felt extremely lost as we are introduced to a variety of Sonja’s that include the gun specialist Blue Sonja, the advanced AI, Moon Sonja and The Guardian Purple Sonja However I need to thank writer Christopher Hastings for not only giving introductions to these alternate Sonja versions, but also easing readers like myself into this story. Now what about the title character the Hell Sonja? Well unfortunately in Issue 1 we're going to have to wait to the very last page of this issue to get our very first glimpse of her. On a scale of 1-10 I’m going to give Issue 1 of Hell Sonja a 6.5 out of 10 Rain Comic Book Review Issue 1 Next up we have a new 5 part series from Image comics with Rain Issue 1 The main character of this issue goes by the name Honeysuckle and she was ready to start a new chapter of her life when her girlfriend Yolanda had just arrived and was all set to move in with her, but unfortunately she was one of the 8,000 that perished in this doomsday-like event. On a scale of 1-10 I’m going to give Issue 1 of Rain a 9 out of 10. Writer Joe Hill in just one issue not only introduces us to a variety of characters that I quickly grew an attachment to and was intrigued as to where the story was going, but then for the majority, wipes them out with only a very few left to continue on with in Issue 2. Next up we’ve got one from Marvel Comics with Devil’s Reign Superior Four Issue 1. Right after Batman I always thought the villains in Spider-man were just awesome and I really wanted to check out this story feature Doc Oc. In part 1 of what’s planned out to be a 3 issue mini series Doc Ochas created a super team of alternate versions of himself that include versions of the Hulk, Wolverine and Ghost Rider essentially creating himself a new fantastic 4 that he believes will be unstoppable. Throughout this issue we’ll see Doc Oc and his Superior 4 team jump over to Earth-5069 where he’ll get a shocking revelation after running into The Iron Scab that he might not be as well known as he thought he is. On a scale of 1-10 I’m going to give Devil’s Reign Superior 4 a 6 out of 10. The story written by Zac Thompson is a simple one and easy to follow even if you’re like me and haven’t read any of the othe comics in the Devil’s Reign story. The Scorched Issue 1 from Image Comics Now I’ve tried several times to try and jump into Spawn as I think he’s a really cool character and I’ve really been looking for a good starting point. A comic where I don’t think I feel completely lost. And with the Scorched Issue 1 I might have found it. In Issue 1 there are a variety of Spawn’s here from Gunslinger Spawn to Redeemer to Medieval Spawn, the gruesome Plague Spawn and my personal favorite in this issue She-Spawn aka Jessica Priest. And over the 40 plus pages of this Issue writers Sean Lewis and Todd McFarlane give plenty of opportunities for these characters' personalities to shine. The art by Stephen Segovia and Paulo Siqueira is powerful, in your face and makes no apologies for being down and dirty just like one should expect from a Spawn Comic. Now on a scale of 1-10 I’m going to give Issue 1 of The Scorched a 7 out of 10. That’s going to wrap up this episode of my Comic Book Review series First Impressions. Now out of these 4 comics did you read any of them or was there an issue 1 that was released this week that you think I should check out, comment down below. And if you like comic book reviews like this make sure you SUBSCRIBE here to Toned In Entertainment for future videos. #Spawn #Spiderman #RedSonja

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