Available today on Comixology and iVerse, Bonnie Lass is a great fun read of adventure. With some great art and some smooth story telling, this is an excellent addition to you digital collection.
Written by Michael Mayne and Tyler Fluharty
Art by Michael Mayne
Publisher: Red 5 Comics
Pages: 26 (color)
Bonnie has abandoned all inhibition and plunged straight into the spiraling, ethereal waterways. The Eye of the Leviathan is just a manic firefight away, but where will these mysterious waters lead, and how will she shake her pursuant adversaries? Bonnie’s first great adventure concludes in this thrilling chapter!
Comixology have an interview with Michael Mayne here:
comiXology: First off, What can readers expect from Bonnie Lass? at first glance it seems like a standard High Seaâ€™s adventure, but really goes much deeper. What is the comic about?
Michael Mayne:Â The comic itself borrows a lot of surface aesthetics from various source genres. Obviously youâ€™ll get your classic, swashbuckling pirates on rickety ships, but since the setting is a completely fictional world, weâ€™ve thrown in some cowboys, automobiles, and futuristic submarines, just to name a few of the quirks.
Bonnie is an aspiring treasure hunter, currently making by with a life of piracy in search of the opportunity to best her father, the infamous pirate Cutlass. Sheâ€™s been given the chance to find the one treasure he apparently gave up on, and if she can claim it for herself then sheâ€™ll be well on her way to making her own name.