RICH REVIEWS: Sheena Queen of the Jungle # 1

Title: Sheena Queen of the Jungle # 1
Publisher: Dynamite
Written by: Marguerite Bennett and Christina Trujillo
Art by: Moritat and Dimi Macheras
Color by: Moritat and Casey Silver
Letters by: Thomas Napolitano
Cover by: J. Scott Campbell and Sabine Rich
Variant Covers by: Ryan Sook, Moritat and Andre Szymanowicz, Carli Ihde and Michael Atiyeh, Cosplay Photo
Sheena Reboot by: Steven E. DeSouza
Sheena Originally Created by: S.M. “Jerry” Iger and Will Eisner
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 2 out of 5 stars
Comments: Drones are being used to spy on Sheena’s home. To what purpose? She is drawn with a childish face. The poses she is in do not show off her body at all. Her six pack is drawn with just straight lines across her stomach, no contour or shape to them.
Armed man invade Sheena’s tribe’s village. They want a surveyor that was sent out into the jungle and will kill Sheena’s tribe unless she finds him.
Sheena finally is illustrated in a few good poses near the end of the comic.
The Cadwell company wants something in the jungle and will stop at nothing to get it.
Sheena is shown moving easily through the jungle.
The story needs more to it, to explain why people want Sheena’s jungle. The art is lacking in some aspects. Sheena is a beauty that needs to be shown off better.
A savage girl running around the jungle in a loin cloth protecting it from intruders is always a good basis for a story.

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