Post by richardvasseur on Jan 15, 2019 23:20:09 GMT
Title: Barbarella/Dejah Thors # 1 Publisher: Dynamite Writer: Leah Williams Illustrator: German Garcia Colorist: Addison Duke Letterer: Crank! Barbarella is based on the character created by: Jean-Claude Forest Deja Thoris based on the stories and characters by: Edgar Rice Burroughs Cover: Zach Hsieh, Jimmy Reyes & Triona Farell Variant Covers: Jorge Fornes, Pasquale Qualano, Tom Feister, Cospay Photo Price: $ 3.99 US Rating: 1 out of 5 stars Website: www.dynamite.com Comments: Dr. Gitu does finish his life's work just before he is finished. Barbarella arrives and finds a mess. The art is in a style for a younger audience. It is basic with no frills nothing to pop out at you. It is there and that is about it. Now as this adventure really starts Barbarella travels somewhere, than we shift to Mars 10,000 years in the past. Her method of travel strange and strangely done. Dejah Thoris joins her and these two both try to figure out what this mirror is and does and where they are. Barbarella is illustrated to look like a child at times. Dejah as well is not illustrated to show off her womanly charms at all. There is mysteries within these pages. Yet there is no clues at all to the answers. These two women have no reason for them being brought together and no clue is given. The giant fish waiting to eat them is set up in a cute fashion.