Cerebus #3

    Cerebus » Cerebus #3 - Song of Red Sophia released by Aardvark on March 1978.

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    Henrot hires Cerebus to defend the honor of his daughter, Red Sophia, by torturing to death a man who has wronged her while Sophia watches. However, when he finally finds his target, Cerebus devises with his own interpretation of Henrot's instructions.



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    Sim's Witty Skewering of Red Sonja 0

    Dave Sim parodies Red Sonja By the late 1970s, Red Sonja had become so popular in the pages of Conan the Barbarian, that Marvel gave her her own title in 1977. It's no secret, however, that other fantasy comics writers like Wendy and Richard Pini, and Dave Sim found Sonja to be a troubling character when it comes to comics and gender politics, so it was probably only a matter of time before Sim parodied Red Sonja in the pages of Cerebus.Sim continues to refine both his artwork and his storytelli...

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