Red Sonja v3 #2 - Nestor Redondo art

Red Sonja v3 #2, 1983 - Delirium overcomes Red Sonja, a result of inadvertently drinking from a tainted spring. Glimpses from her childhood are revealed, providing clues to her origins. Although already laid out and sequenced, Nestor Redondo does a superb job on inking Mary Wilshire's pencils. Some pages are better than others, but the majority of panels contain a phenomenal level of detail. From the carefully drawn outdoor foliage (see interior page below) to the stone-walled castle interiors (pages 13,18,26,38), Redondo raises the bar to new artistic heights. This is number 1 of 2 Red Sonja v3 issues with Redondo art and/or covers.
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"Blood Debt" Redondo story inks (Mary Wilshire pencils/layouts) 38 pages = ****

Nestor Redondo
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1 comment:

  1. Wilshire seems to be paying homage to Barry Windsor Smith on the cover. The characters depicted show no knowledge of swordsmanship.