In the lands of Myst a tyrant rules the city of Bree with an iron fist leaving its citizens living in fear and terror. But all hope is not lost when one man takes the first steps to finding the one person who might save them all. Meanwhile on earth Robyn has had a troubled life for many years since her mother's death. In and out of foster homes Robyn now finds herself transferred to a high school filled with the rich and over privileged. But when Robyn crosses one of the popular kids she will learn first hand the extent of torture they are willing to go to against those who transgressed against them. Zenescope | Oct. 3, 2012
Robyn Hood was exactly what I was hoping for. A bad ass heroine, fantastic artwork, and an ending that left me wanting more.
In roughly 25 pages we are taken through the discovery of Robyn as an infant, her troubled childhood, and her continued struggles during her teenage years.
We are also given glimpses into Myst where a desperate man is seeking a savior for people who live under the rule of a cruel and merciless king.
The story ends when it seems that Robyn's journey is just beginning and I can't wait to get my hands on the second issue!
You can order a digital copy of Robyn Hood issue #1 here -