RICH REVIEWS: Monsterella # 1
Title: Monsterella # 1
Publisher: Hangman Comics
Cover Art by: Sun Khamunaki
Back Cover Art by: Gareth Gaudin
Price: $ 5.00 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Websites: www.hangmancomics.com , www.nevsart.blogspot.com
Comments: “Monsterella” Art & story by Nevin Arnold.
Monsterella is the Warden of the prison planet Doomru. She is naked and in action fighting from the start. A revolt is on.
The spaceship is illustrated beautifully and the crew is drawn showing they are scared. Monsterella helps out these stranded travelers. Monsterella battles flying spiders and sand octopuses.
The art is black and white with a rough look to it. Monsterella is drawn as a beauty with a tough hard side.
“Dungeon of the Necromancer” Art by Dan Mackinnon, story by John Rathiganthan, greyscale by Eugene L. and lettering by Sean Rinehart.
A woman escapes her cell in a dungeon only to be met by the undead. Graelin the woman does put up a fight. The characters you are given no idea why they are imprisoned or who imprisoned them. There is no explanation about the undead either. The art is done well and does show off these zombies in all their undead glory. Monsterella is the narrator of this tale and her part is interesting.
“Monsterella Centerfold art by A. Shay Hahn.
Here Monsterella is drawn in a heated battle with a snake woman. Both are shown enjoying themselves in this fight for their lives.
“The Stork” Art & story by Josh Kully.
This is written as a poem and it races along towards its ending. The art delivers a foreboding atmosphere. This is a different take on the stock delivering a baby. One with a nightmarish twist.
“The Space Siren of Sector 13” Art by Andrew Fryer and story by Nevin Arnold.
The Captain and members of his crew are pulled in by a pretty face and promise of a new planet. You can just feel it though that something is wrong. Vixon is too good to be true. The ending has a nice unexpected twist and then another twist.
Monsterella is a cute sexy woman who will delight you and maybe make you a bit afraid of her too.