Review – Robyn Hood: Justice #1

A new Robyn Hood mini-series from Zenescope Entertainment – my thoughts on Robyn Hood: Justice #1

Robyn, still an outlaw vigilante, and being hunted by all forms of law enforcement, now knows who is responsible for systematically picking apart her life. Still unable to show her face in public, or rely on her closest friends, she must find a way to set things right and clear her name once and for all. With her world constantly crashing down around her and new threats popping up, will Robyn have what it takes to keep going and survive this new set of problems and punish those who did this to her?

Writer: Chuck Dixon
Artwork: Babisu Kourtis

The first part of a six-issue mini-series features Robyn in a bad place. After the last series, things are not looking good for Robyn and there are those after her.

She does have some help, Emmet is still with her, although he’s not doing much.

This issue was all about stacking the deck against Robyn. The Mayor seems to have shown her true colours and the power she wields.
I like the voting concept and the way it was all put into place.

This was a good starting episode, which sets the game board up nicely and gives us a nice battle against one (of which there are many) of the police androids.

The cliffhanger was very interesting!

Robyn Hood: Justice #1 is available on ComiXology and Amazon from Zenescope Entertainment

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