Lady Zorro #1 Review

With Zorro busy in another area, someone has to step up into action. Read on to find out more.

Lady Zorro is called back to Alta California to recover a sacred Indian war axe, stolen by mercenary soldiers. Only she can stop an all-out bloody war across the ranchos, and more deaths like the one that consumed her family… if she can stay on mission! But when an opportunity for ultimate vengeance presents itself, can she ignore it? Or will the fire to put her greatest foe six feet under a preacher consume Lady Zorro… and all of Alta California with it? A violent, sexy tale of intrigue and swash- buckling as the female Fox must use all her assets to get herself out of trouble.

Lady Zorro starts off with a bang and really doesn’t stop. We learn LadyZorro01-Cov-linsner-d0939right away that something in her past makes her not want to fight but Zorro needs her and brings a friend. This is all we need to hop on board and ride the ride that is Lady Zorro. It works very well for exactly what they are trying to do. So Lady Zorro and this guy that Zorror brought with him that is a soldier, decide to go this ball to get back a weapon that will stop a war. This is where it takes off and goes. It is full of action, witt, and brings us the background of Lady Zorror.

The writing is fantastic. It moves the story while revealing enough to keep us engaged with the characters. It is fantastic

The art is very stylized and colorful, while maintaining the time period that they are trying to portray, which is kind of nice. It is really fun.

Lady Zorro is a great quick story with a lot of potential.

 

 

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My name is Eric. I live in Iowa. I am a writer, actor, director, and much more. I am, also, an LGBT activist.