Monday, March 16, 2020

Review: Robyn Hood: Outlaw by Howard Mackie and Babisu Kourtis

Title: Robyn Hood: Outlaw
Creators: Howard Mackie and Babisu Kourtis
Published by: Zenescope
Released: March 10, 2020
Source: e-arc from Publisher through Netgalley

Synopsis: Returning from her last adventure, Robyn is back in New York, and looking for some sort of normalcy. But not everyone feels she deserves any, the universe included. After a close friend is attacked, Robyn must take it upon herself to get to the bottom of this mystery as she is pitted against her greatest adversary yet, when she becomes public enemy number one, to the city she calls home. Don't miss this fast paced bare-knuckle, new series, Robyn Hood: Outlaw! (Synopsis from Goodreads)

My Thoughts: Thank you to the Publisher and Netgalley for letting me read and review an early copy of Robyn Hood: Outlaw. I enjoyed this comic. I liked the art style and coloring.
Robyn Hood was one tough girl who is very good with a bow and arrow. I enjoyed how this was a beginning and end adventure.
I don't know if I'd recommend reading this as a standalone, it does reference things that have happened in the not too distant past. It also doesn't really introduce Robyn as a character with any backstory, the reader is supposed to be already familiar with her.
Our story does wrap-up in the end, kind of. There is some tease for what is going to be happening with Robyn next. At times, it did have that cheesy comic book hero dialogue to it. It didn't bother me, but at times it could feel a little forced.
Robyn Hood: Outlaw is a fun comic. I'd recommend being a little familiar with her story before reading this because you do feel dropped in the middle of an ongoing thing.

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