Some thoughts on the latest issue of this mini series from Zenescope Entertainment – Dragonsblood #2 – out now in print and digitally!
Legend of Sigurd:
With Fafnir defeated, Sigurd believes his troubles to be over, but he will soon learn that his saga has just begun. After the events of the last issue, a new path is carved and only time will tell what fate lies before our hero.
Writer: Nick Bermel Artwork: Jason Muhr
I found this issue a lot more interesting than the last one. Now with the dragon dead, it’s time to move on. It seems that Sigurd has some unexpected gifts after slaying the dragon. He’s stronger and it seems he has some powers. Along with that he has some new armour and a sword to match. It’s very interesting, and I’m looking forward to seeing where it goes. He has a new companion too – and I wonder what her background story is, because there’s more to her than meets the eye. The buildup in this issue was well done, with a big fight promised in the next issue (if the final panel is anything to go by) I wonder how much is going to be squeezed into this mini series though!
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