Writer: Chuck Dixon
Artist: Julius Abrera
Colors: Robby Beyard
Lettering: Taylor Esposito
Publisher: Zenescope Publishing
Synopsis: Part 6 of the 6 part The Curse series. Part 6 begins after a daring escape from a super maximum security prison. Now that Robyn is back home in New York City, she hopes she can have some semblance of normality in her life. This hope falls by the wayside, as Robyn needs to help Marian Quin send an evil entity back where it came from. It’s one thing to save your home, but this battle becomes even more personal than anyone could possibly have imagined.
Review: The battles in Part 6 of The Curse are a good read. But, this is one comic that the reader will want to read as part of a series. While interesting to read on it’s own, the attachment to the characters wasn’t there, because I didn’t have my emotions already fully invested. That said, though, there are human emotions here that anyone should be able to relate to.
The artistry is a classic superhero comic look. It has detail and vibrant colouring that is absolutely beautiful. The battle scenes have the same feeling as watching a super hero movie. My favourite part about the vibrancy of these panels is the movement that can be seen throughout the full comic.
I give Robyn Hood The Curse Part 6 4 out of 5 Stars.
Robyn Hood The Curse Part 6 will be available on July 4 for $3.99 at Comixology.
Disclaimer: Geek-o-Rama received a copy of this book for the purpose of this review. All thoughts, comments, and opinions are those of the individual reviewer.