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  • Paul Renaud - more Sonja, please

    Someone really, really, desperately needs to bring Paul Renaud back to Red Sonja. These covers are insanely good:

    http://theartofcomics.com/renaudbbs/viewtopic.php?t=554

    Old-school style and sensibility with a modern perspective. No one's ever drawn Red Sonja better.

    Any chance of another one-shot, or a mini-series or ... oh hell, just give him the entire book!

  • #2
    Originally posted by ZACH View Post
    Someone really, really, desperately needs to bring Paul Renaud back to Red Sonja. These covers are insanely good:

    http://theartofcomics.com/renaudbbs/viewtopic.php?t=554

    Old-school style and sensibility with a modern perspective. No one's ever drawn Red Sonja better.

    Any chance of another one-shot, or a mini-series or ... oh hell, just give him the entire book!

    Seriously.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by ZACH View Post
      Someone really, really, desperately needs to bring Paul Renaud back to Red Sonja. These covers are insanely good:

      http://theartofcomics.com/renaudbbs/viewtopic.php?t=554

      Old-school style and sensibility with a modern perspective. No one's ever drawn Red Sonja better.

      Any chance of another one-shot, or a mini-series or ... oh hell, just give him the entire book!
      I still think Boris V. is the best, but he's in a whole different genre. As for the comic side, Mr. Renaud should be the standard artist, covers and innards. His work is way too beautiful - and expressive - for mere casual appearances.

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      • #4
        Yeah okay, I'll give you Boris

        But it's way past time we saw more Renaud on this book. There's a man who gets how barbarians are supposed to look ...

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        • #5
          Just bagged issue 52 with the Renaud cover. Nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! If looks could kill, that snake would be a mere cinder, the foreground seems to almost glow, and one can feel the calm tension. I can almost hear her say with quiet menace, "Go away! Now!"

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