The final issue of Lady Rawhide: Sisters of the White Rose hits store shelves this week (I think).
I had a surprising amount of fun on this one, which is likely the closest I'll get to writing a comic book Western, or a Zorro book for that matter.
And I quite like Rey Villegas' artwork—he replaced Milton Estevam after Milton left the book. It's a little grittier, a little more "Western," to be frank. Milton's action scenes were great, but there was a slick, more-superhero-y feel to his pencils.
Hopefully, you'll agree.
Here's the detail on the book, and there's a preview below, too, if'n you reckon on checkin' it out (yee-haw)...
LADY RAWHIDE: SISTERS OF THE WHITE ROSE #5 (of 5)
Written by: Eric Trautmann
Art by: Rey Villegas
Cover by: Joseph Michael Linsner
The final battle for the heart and soul of Old Mexico begins!
Lady Rawhide has fought for the people a relentless battle against corruption and oppression-along the way becoming a folk hero to the countless citizens she's aided. But with the mercenary forces of Yanqui silver and rail barons on the march, the soldiers of the corrupt governor crushing any who stand before them, and a violent band of female vigilantes fighting a war against them all, is this Lady Rawhide's last ride?
Dynamite Entertainment | Color | 32pg. | Teen+ | $3.99US