Statues are one of those bits of merchandising that can get pricey. However, they can be a really god addition to set off a collection. They add a gallery quality to a room, home office, bedroom, studio or living room. Of course, we've all probably been to at least one comic shop that had that tall, glass showcase that featured some great statues of some of our favorite characters. There's also something about seeing an iconic cover turned three-dimensional.
RED SONJA #1 January 1977 There's a pattern here at Reviews Of Old Comics that I try to do DC one week, Marvel the next, an Independent comic the third, and then I repeat. SYNOPSIS: After killing her injured horse, Red Sonja comes across a group of men led and directed by Andar of Bezfarda, attacking another horse. Sonja soon realizes that this horse Andar is so zealously set on capturing is a unicorn, that legends say can grant eternal life. The unicorn's horn is severed by a low hanging branch, which Andar catches. Sonja rescues the horse, cutting down many of Andar's men and riding off on the back of the unicorn.
September 6, 2013, Mt. Laurel, NJ - Baltimore Comic Con Announcement - Dynamite Entertainment proudly celebrates the seminal work of a legendary fantasy illustrator with Frank Thorne's Red Sonja Art Edition, presenting for the first time the actual storyboard artwork from his complete 1976 run of swords-and-sorcery icon Red Sonja's appearances in the Marvel Feature comic book series.