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1 MIGHTY SAMSONEdit

Medium:Comic books Published by:Gold Key Comics First Appeared:1964 Creators: Otto Binder (writer) and Frank Thorne (artist)

Kids reading comic books in the 1960s had known since birth that it was possible for an all-out war to destroy civilization — but the comics they were reading were slow to respond to …

the fact. DC Comics'Atomic Knights series, set in a post-Catastrophe future, began a full 15 years afterHiroshima and lasted only 15 quarterly episodes. Gold Key'sMighty Samson (no relation) started when the Knights had been gone a year (July, 1964, to be exact), but lasted much longer. The 1970s brought DC's Kamandi,Marvel'sWar of the Worlds and others set after the Collapse, but for the rest of the '60s, Mighty Samson was the only one.Mighty Samson is another,perhaps the first in a line of comics inspired by science fiction movies likeTeenage Caveman,where their is a second Stone Age,after a nuclear war.Gold Key Comics,seem to favor science fiction themes over the standard superhero formula,used and possibly way overused by other comic publishers.


*The Lina Romay archive from Tomb It May Concern
I was going to review the new MIGHTY SAMSON revival from Dark Horse...but I just can't do it.  The book isn't bad exactly, but hardly captures the spirit of adventure that Otto Binder and Frank Thorne imbued the character with in it's original run.  At least you get the first story of Mighty Samson, and I can't recommend the Mighty Samson archives enough!  Volume 2 was released this week!

[1]From the original Mighty Samson, the moment when Sharmaine and Mindor first join together in the underground fortress. Samson has adventured mightily, saved the girl and is about to delve in to the super science of a the post apocalyptic world full of danger. And now...

[2]Sharmaine is all mean faced and spoiled, Samson is a douchebag and Mindor has neither super science OR a green monkey. Mighty Samson without random Green Monkeys? Eh. It is alright, but these panels really show one series against the other. [3] [4]==History==

In the aftermath of a nuclear war, the world is populated by small tribes of humans as well as mutated plants and animals. Born to the peaceful N'Yark tribe in what was once New York City, young Samson possesses the strength and agility of 10 men. It is no problem for him to lift a car or catch a spear in flight. When his mother is killed by warlike invaders, Samson vows to use his powers to "protect the weak from the powerful, the good from the evil." Immediately thereafter he fights the most fearsome monster of the future world, the towering liobear. Though he defeats the upright beast, it mauls him, costing him an eye. Found and nursed back to health by a young woman named Sharmaine, Samson takes up with her and her father Mindor, a scientist who re-learns 25th century technology in the laboratory he has set up in an old bank vault.




2 Mighty SamsonEdit

Mighty Samson is a comic book character that first appeared in Mighty Samson #Edit this Page Add to a ListWiki Style Guide«back Mighty Samson appearances next »*[5]Mighty Samson1964 Gold Key32 appearances

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Samson is a Gold Key character.

In the aftermath of a nuclear war, the world is populated by small tribes of humans as well as mutated plants and animals. Born to the peaceful N'Yark tribe in what was once New York City, young Samson possesses the strength and agility of 10 men. It is no problem for him to lift a car or catch a spear in flight. When his mother is killed by warlike invaders, Samson vows to use his powers to "protect the weak from the powerful, the good from the evil." Immediately thereafter he fights the most fearsome monster of the future world, the towering liobear. Though he defeats the upright beast, it mauls him, costing him an eye. Found and nursed back to health by a young woman named Sharmaine, Samson takes up with her and her father Mindor, a scientist who re-learns 25th century technology in the laboratory he has set up in an old bank vault.

Samson (human mutant; lawful, MU: Increased Strength, Dexterity and Constitution, Reflective Epidermis: Radiation) is a wandering barbarian adventurer. An apparent mutant, due to his size and strength, but one who did only good. In the first issue, he loses an eye to a Liobear, who he kills and skinned. He was injured in the fight with the Liobear, and he was nursed back to health by Sharmaine, who remains his travailing companion ever since. Sharmaine (pure human; lawful) is the friend and possible love interest of Samson, and daughter of Mindor. He is not a scientist like her father, but he has a good working knowledge some of his research. Mindor (pure human; lawful) is the father of Sharmaine, and a self-taught scientist. With old books and other artifacts, he had figured out the working of some 20th Century inventions and events. He is kind and naive at times, but he is prone to open friendship with people who have a better knowledge of science. His is also studying as much of the wildlife as he can chronicle. He has a green mutant lemur.

This list is used for Mutant Lords as guidelines for NPCs. They are listed with notes for race, alignment, and mutations (MU).

Mighty Samson (human mutant; lawful, MU: Increased Strength, Dexterity and Constitution, Reflective Epidermis: Radiation) is a wandering barbarian adventurer. An apparent mutant, due to his size and strength, but one who did only good. In the first issue, he loses an eye to a Liobear, who he kills and skinned. He was injured in the fight with the Liobear, and he was nursed back to health by Sharmaine, who remains his travailing companion ever since.[10]Sharmaine (pure human; lawful) is the friend and possible love interest of Samson, and daughter ofMindor. He is not a scientist like her father, but he has a good working knowledge some of his research. [11]Mindor (pure human; lawful) is the father of Sharmaine, and a self-taught scientist. With old books and other artifacts, he had figured out the working of some 20th Century inventions and events. He is kind and naive at times, but he is prone to open friendship with people who have a better knowledge of science. His is also studying as much of the wildlife as he can chronicle. He has a green mutant lemur for a pet.

Samson's Mother (pure human; lawful) discovered her son's great strength when is was but a child. He ran off beyond the the safe-zone, and when she ran to pull in back to safety, they got caught by a large carnivorous plant. He was able to free himself and his mother with is superhuman strength. When Samson got older, he was able to fight off a whole party of barbaric raiders, but in the fight she was mortally wounded.

[12]Kull the Killer (pure human; chaotic) is a barbarian chieftain from somewhere around N'Yark. His is an old enemy of Samson. [13[1]]

  • ==1.1Sunday, December 19, 2010[2]Edit==
    • ===1.1.1 Mighty Samson #1[3]Edit===

2.1 History[4]EditEdit

2.2 ==Characters==Edit

  • Terra of Jerz (pure human; chaotic) is a power-hungry tech-user, who spent much of her live in a bomb-shelter. By using her magic-like science, she [14]

Terra of Jerz (pure human; chaotic) is a power-hungry tech-user, who spent much of her live in a bomb-shelter. She is,infact,this Mighty Samson's Delillah.By using her magic-like science, she racter Tom Morrow.

  • Further Adventures.

  • Mighty Samson was brought back in 1972 and lasted until #31 in 1976. The first two new issues were reprints; issue #21 (reprinting #7), and issue #22 (reprinting #2). A final new story was published in Gold Key Champion #2 in 1978. #32 (a reprint of #3, but with a line-art version of #4's cover) was published under the "Whitman Comics" line in 1982, and sold in a bag with Turok #130 and Dagar the Invincible#18.

Mighty Samson was created by writer Otto Binder and artist Frank Thorne. Artist Jack Sparling took over the artwork with #8, and Binder and Sparling did the title through #20. In the new issues beginning with #23, art was by Jose Delbo, and later by Jack Abel.

Samson was a wandering barbarian adventurer. An apparent mutant, due to his size and strength, but one who did only good. In the first issue, he loses an eye to a liobear, who he kills and skins (and whose hide he would wear). He is nursed back to health by Sharmaine, whose father Mindor had figured out some 20th-century knowledge from artifacts from the past.Unlike other heroes of this type,Samson came off as street smart,intelligent.Even so,Mighty Samson became repetitive.Mutant Monster attack and outsider barbarian tribes attack.

Samson (no relation) was first seen as a solitary barbarian-style adventurer in a region known as N'Yark, where jungle was reclaiming a landscape that consisted mostly of ruined skyscrapers. Radiation-spawned mutants, beast and man, littered the landscape, and these mutants were more like the grotesqueries of Judge Dredd's world than the "nice" mutants found in Marvel Comics' X-Men. Samson himself was a mutant, one of the few whose mutation was relatively benign — he was amazingly large and strong, hence the name. But he used his strength only for good, having promised his mother, on her deathbed, to help others rather than dominate them.

In the first issue, Samson lost an eye to a liobear, one of the large carnivores inhabiting N'Yark. A young woman named Sharmaine nursed him back to health, aided by the 20th century knowledge her father, Mindor, had managed to reconstruct from surviving artifacts. Samson repaid their kindness by protecting them from raiding savages, and from then on, Samson and Sharmaine were an "item". He cut quite a dashing figure, with a fur patch over one eye and wearing a liobear skin.

Samson and his entourage were created by writer Otto Binder (best remembered for Captain Marvel, but also known for such oddities as Space Cabby and Fatman the Human Flying Saucer) and artist Frank Thorne (Red Sonja, Ghita of Alizarr). Most covers were fully painted by Morris Gollub, who had done dozens of covers for Dell and Gold Key. Those not painted by Gollub were generally by George Wilson, another Dell/Gold Key regular.

Mighty Samson was published on a regular basis until 1969, then again in the mid-1970s. The final issue, and the only one with a line-drawn cover, staggered to the stands in 1982, six years after its immediate predecessor. 32 issues were published altogether. Samson also starred in one issue of Gold Key Champion, which came out in 1978. There doesn't seem to have been any attempt to license him to other media, so he's never appeared on TV, in theatres, or even on a pair of Underoos.

Western Printing and Lithographing, which owns Gold Key, got out of the comic book business in 1984. A few years later some of its properties, such as Doctor Solar and Turok, Son of Stone, were picked up by Valiant Comics, but Samson wasn't one of them.[1]

Project Superpowers, a comic book from Alex Ross and Dynamite Entertainment announced in 2007,[2] reviving many golden-age comic book characters will feature a Samson that is ostensibly the golden age Fox Features Samson, though the visual design seems to have been inspired by the Gold Key character

2.3 Edit

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Giant Venus Fly-Trap-Edit

They are a large carnivorous plant with tentacle vines, and a large toothy maw.

Four-Armed Snake-Monkey - They look like a four-armed spider monkey with the head and tail of a snake. It maybe have poisonous fangs.

Crocophant -They look like an elephant with the head and tail of a crocodile.

Froghound - They look like a big frog with the dead of a four-eyed wolf.

Leobear- They are a huge golden-colored bear with the head of a lion.Sort of a silly creature.How it evolved a lion head,with a bears body is beyond me

Giant Cactus (or Spine-Throwing Cactus) - They can spray needles on anyone who moves too close. Excerpt from the comics: :Among them is a strange and dangerous cactus... which casts forth sharp ''quills'' like a porcupine, when any animal attempts to eat it! : Mindor, Samson's friend has listed it in his botanical records: ::Spine-Throwing Cactus :: Length of spine... 15 inches. :: Distance cast... up to 25 feet. : A cast spine has the speed and power to penetrate 6 inches into hard wood!




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Six-pawed Gorilla- They look like a four-armed gorilla, with dagger-like beer antlers. Template:Monster Stats

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Flying Wolf - These nasty creatures have the head of a wolf and the ears and body of a large vampire bat. They are usually seen around the tattered Brooklyn Bridge.

  • Fanged Flyer- These small wolves have the gliding wings of a flying squall. They jump between trees, and attack their unwary pray by dropping on their head and biting their neck.

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Morass Monster- This is a massive eel with caterpillar lags.

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Three-Jawed Gator - This is a normal-siz

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Lightning Beast - This underground beast has the body of a giant, six-lagged lizard, with the head of a bug, that can shoot electrical bolt from its eyes. Excerpt from the comics: : One of the mutant beasts that ''Mighty Samson'' met and defeated has [six] legs and the uncanny ability to shoot powerful electric bolts from its eyes! : The discharge have the power to melt metals! : Mindor's name for it is... :: Lightning Beast :: Power of bolt... 1,000 volts. :: Effective range... 90 feet. :: Protection... none, getaway fast! :

  • The''Lightning Beast'' is particularly dangerous in N'Yark because it has been known start ''forest fires'' in the jungle-grown ruins!

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  • hirst Plant - It looks like a plant that spreads its "sucking tentacles." into the water. Some human raiders who survives capsizing into predator-infested waters, safely used these tentacles to make it ashore.

Butterfly Snake - A snake with gossamer wings. They are quit harmless, as they fly around, and eat rodents and other small creatures.

Titano-Turtle - They are massive, surprisingly fast and aggressive land turtles that can bulldoze a swath though jungle, buildings, and anyone unfortunate to get caught under their massive steamroll.

Octocaur - They look like a stegosaurus, but with the beaked mouth of an octopus, and a set of thick octopi tentacles on ether side of its mouth.

Spider Beast (or Net-Casting Spider Monster) - This creature looks like a giant lizard with the lags of a spider. It can cast webs, and spit webbing on victims. Excerpt from the comics: : [A] huge arachnid, bigger then a crocodile that casts forth a wed-like net to snare its victims! : This shuddery creature spins the net swiftly in its mouth from a series of spinnerets! : Its name name and data according to Mindor... :: Net-Casting Spider Monster :: Size of net... 5 feet wide. :: Distance cast... up to 30 feet. :: Speed of cast... within 3 seconds. : The strands of nets are so strong that the N'Yark Tribesmen use them for tug-of-war games!

"Double" Snake- These are two-headed tree snakes. They have poisonous fangs, and can make two attacks at once.

  • Heavy-Matter Eagle - These are giant birds so heavy and dense, they can punch through thick walls! They also feed on stone. Excerpt from the comics: : [A] giant bird [t]hat can smash through stone walls as if it was cheese. A favorite game of N'York children is bouncing rocks off the sleeping bird to whom the blows are like soft thistles landing! Samson's friend, wise old Mindor, list as: :: Name: 'Heavy-Matter Eagle :: Data: Body made of "condense atoms" so that it is 10 times heavier then lead. Penetration Power: Through 6 feet feet of solid stone, or 6 inches of steel armor-plate.

  • Skyscraper Tree- These trees are so tall, they can tower over most buildings in N'York. Their canopies are only found at the top of their extremely tall trunk. If you have the energy to climb one, you can see on for miles on end - just beware of flying predators!

  • Toy Elephant - These are tiny elephants that are more pets, then anything else.

Tentacled Gorilla- This a huge gorilla with tentacles in place of arms.

  • Lightning-Bolt Eel - This is a giant electric eel that can shoot lightning. Excerpt from the comics: : Among the biogenetic horrors created by nuclear fallout is a huge cousin of the electric eel which can cast forth lighting bolt to stun its underwater enemies. It can also haul its lethal bolts through the air, making it dangerous to humans who sometimes go down to the docks. Clever tribesmen use the Lightning-Bolt Eel's electrical discharge for a useful purpose... to start fires for cocking! Mindor has cataloged this fantastic creature as: :: Lightning-Bolt Eel  :: Range of Bolts, 25 feet :: Power, 5000 Volts (20th century scare) T

  • horn Cage - A mass of vines that grow in the underbrush, and trap its unwary pray in a cage of thick thorny vines. Unless the victim can find its way out - like chopping through them - the plant will start to eat its pray starting with the feet!

Horned Rhinophant- This is a massive rhinoceros with the head, spine plates, and spiky tail of a stegosaurus. This beast has a pair of tusk-like rhino horns behind its snout.

  • Giant Toad- This toad is large enough to snare a human being with its tongue, and swallow them whole!

  • Armored Shark- They are like a grate white shark, but metal-thick skin.

  • Giant Flying Fish - That are dolphin-sized flying fish. They are harmless, unless they land on a wooden boat, in which they usually smash a hole though the hull.

Ice Monster- This massive polar bear is covered in spiky ice-crystals, and can blast pray with its icy breath. The creature radiates cold.

  • High-Speed Hyenas- These hyenas run so fast, they look like a blur!

  • Hypno-Beast- This monstrous humanoid creature is cover in moss and plates. Its single red eye can freeze anyone like a statue if they look directly at it. If successful, the creature movies in to devourer its helpless pray.

  • Rooted Sea Serpent - A serpent-like plant with a large toothy mouth, and a grassy mane. Excerpt from the comics: : [M]utant plant monsters are no less terrorizing them the animal freaks, such as the creatures rooted in the deep water, which extended its long serpentine body and seek out pray along the river shore. Tribesmen find the dried-out head-out head of this creature useful for celebrations featuring a "monster parade"! Mindor the "biologist" of this second Stone Age, list it as: :: Rooted Sea Serpent :: Full length 120 feet. Types of plant family vines. Eating capacity, animals up to one ton weight.

  • Gulping Blob- A large leech-like creature, with a big toothy mouth, a pair of armored eye-stocks, a pair of tall ridges running down its back, and a mass of octopus tentacles it uses to move in the water

  • . Rolling Ball Monster- This is a huge, 10-ton armadillo-lizard that balls-up to "steamroll" anyone it perceives as a threat. Its one real weakness is that it can get stick in - and drown in - the marshland it rolled in.

  • Magnetic Eye Monster- A giant one-eyed gecko-like bug, with big pincers, and the ability to draw-in living matter - towards it eye - like a magnet. Attacking it eye could stop it's mental power.

  • Liquid Beast- This is a creature made of water. It uses it hard water tentacles to pull-in its victims in its watery mass. Unless the victim can escape quickly - made difficult by all the churning - the victim will drown. It is vulnerable to anything that could freeze or evaporate water

  • .Flying Swordfish- This is a large swordfish with dragonfly wings. It attacks by impaling it's target.

  • Armadillosaur- This is a huge armor-plated dinosaur, with two rows of spine plates. They are plant-eaters, who only attack when provoked.

  • Kangorilla- This huge creature has the upper body of a gorilla, and a lower body of a kangaroo. This creature is vary aggressive. Water-Sac Plant- A mushroom-like plant that can hold about a gallon of fresh water. When cut, they will spill all their supply.

  • Metal-Eaters- These are large blue caterpillars with a pair of red stripes running down their back. They eat metals. Spidersaurus- A huge spider with the head of a Tyrannosaurus Rex. They cast their huge webs between skyscrapers to catch large pray.

  • Jet-Bird- This a strange creature in the shape of a Concorde jet-craft. It even has organic turbojet, that allows it to move at supersonic speeds (mach 2), and to make stratospheric (up to 12 miles up). They have nests on the top of skyscrapers and bridge towers.

  • Vacuum beast (or Alien Spore Monster)- This is a strange creature that formed from alien spores that fell from an old communications satellite. This bulbous creature draws in matter with it vacuum-snout. The more it suck-in, the larger it gets. Unless it is stopped, it would consume the whole earth!

  • Colosso-Whale- This a massive sperm whale a 1,000 feet long, that tends to eat ships.

  • Mole Monster - This is a huge green mole with spiky claws on its feet and snout.

Flowing Blob- This is a mass of slime that flows though tunnels and sewers, absorbing an Worm-Dragon - This large green dragon-headed worm burrows though the earth eating what ever it whats. Because it enjoys eating theFur-Bush, they would attack anyone in furs. Ice Beasts- They are white hair-covered yeti-like albino humanoids.

Ape-men - They are basically de-evolved humans (use stats for Homo-erectus, from Mutant Future rulebook).

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y living creature in their path.

Petal-Prison Plant - Much like a Thorn Cage(see above), but with a mouth-like bloom at the end of a long stem.

  • Black Creeper- This ink-black land octopi stalks around in the dark, to attack unwary pray. Fur-Bush - This is a large sub-arctic cabbage-like plant that grows fur-bearing leaves.






Samson (human mutant; lawful, MU: Increased Strength, Dexterity and Constitution, Reflective Epidermis: Radiation) is a wandering barbarian adventurer. An apparent mutant, due to his size and strength, but one who did only good. In the first issue, he loses an eye to a Liobear, who he kills and skinned. He was injured in the fight with the Liobear, and he was nursed back to health by Sharmaine, who remains his travailing companion ever since.

[15]Sharmaine (pure human; lawful) is the friend and possible love interest of Samson, and daughter ofMindor. He is not a scientist like her father, but he has a good working knowledge some of his research.



[16]Mindor (pure human; lawful) is the father of Sharmaine, and a self-taught scientist. With old books and other artifacts, he had figured out the working of some 20th Century inventions and events. He is kind and naive at times, but he is prone to open friendship with people who have a better knowledge of science. His is also studying as much of the wildlife as he can chronicle. He has a green mutant lemur for a pet.


2.4 Dark Horse Mighty Samson[6]EditEdit

In 2010, Dark Horse Comics began publishing the first of four hardcover archives, each reprinting several issues of the original series in one place for the first time.[3]

December 2010, Dark Horse Comics also began a new re-imagining the Mighty Samson series.[4] Among the new creative team members are former Marvel Editor-in-Chief Jim Shooter serving as head writer, and artist includePatrick Olliffe. The first issue included a bonus reprint of the 1964 issue, number 1.



The setting is the post apocalyptic future. The army of Jerz is attacking the tribe of N’Yark because they cannot pay the increased tribute that the newly crowned queen of Jerz is demanding. The people of N’Yark are heavily outnumbered but are barely able to defend their town. Its not until the opposing lieutenant plays a trick on them that the town is overtaken and the village leader is killed. The army begins to take prisoners when they stumble upon a mother and her newborn baby. As the lieutenant tries to take the baby to kill it, the baby rips off one of his fingers. That’s when the commanding officer calls a retreat. The army leaves but the commander is slain by the lieutenant in a secret ambush. The new leader of N’Yark, the old leader’s son, orders the child killed for being cursed.

  • The mother, however, manages to flee with the child. She runs to the forest where she is rescued from death by a nomadic tribe of Jews. They accept the outcasts and name the baby Samson. Flash forward nineteen years later and Samson is a grown man with immense strength. He leaves with his mother to return to his tribe and his father, who is still living there.

  • When they reach N’Yark, the Jerz are attacking again. Samson defeats the entire army single handed, but not before his mother is slain. He is accepted into N’Yark as a hero, much to the envy of the tribe leader Zarsk, who quickly befriends Samson and gives him slaves. Meanwhile, the survivors of the Jerz army return to their queen Terra and tell her what happened. She demands retribution. In addition, we get a reprint of the first Mighty Samson story from 1964. And that’s the book.

So let’s talk opinions. What an amazing book. There was action and excitement from the first page. The story was amazingly solid and the characters felt familiar and relate-able. Jim Shooter is doing a much better job with Samson that he is with Solar or Magnus. Or maybe my opinion is biased because I read the Valiant version of those characters and think these re-imaginings are slightly inferior. The art was great. Clean, dark when necessary. Reminded me of old school Conan art that Barry Windsor Smith used to do. So far this book is awesome. There’s drama, betrayal, conniving, war. Everything that makes a book a page turner. The reprint was a nice added bonus as well. I’m definitely going to keep this one on my pull list for a while. That’s my opinion folks. Take it or leave it.

So far, the most drastic change seems to be with the characters of Sharmaine and Mindor, Samson's companions. In the old comic (by the way, this issue also reprints the original 1964 premiere tale), they are the ones who rescue and heal Samson after an encounter with a monstrous liobear. In the new version they are slaves offered to Samson. And Sharmaine is certainly more well-endowed now than she ever was in the '60s! And then there's Queen Terra ... her introduction in this issue just screams La of Opar from the Tarzan books ... and she's as magnificently endowed as Sharmaine!

Samson fights off a pack of devil-brutes as they attack the tribe of N’Yark in the middle of the night. Zarsk, the tribe’s cowardly, scheming leader only shows up when everything is safe. Samson goes on a quest into Jerz territory to return the children of an old woman. He battles sea monsters and the men of Jerz but manages, through his amazing strength, to defeat them all. The queen of Jerz, Terra, is so impressed by him that she asks him to be her warlord. She feels that the world will fall at her feet with Samson by her side. When Samson refuses, she releases the girls to him and gives him a token. Samson returns to N’Yark where he is praised and he finally earns a little respect from his slave Sharmaine. Meanwhile, Sunder, the Jerz warlord, now banished by the queen treks through the forest until he comes upon a compound that seems abandoned. And that’s the book.

The action never lets up. There is plenty of personality in each individual character and Shooter is developing each of them nicely. The Queen is especially ballsy. I like how she doesn’t back down from Samson for a second and always seems like the one with all of the power. Samson is going to have to wisen up fast or she will eat him alive. The art is also pretty good. It’s not large, in your face stuff, but it gets the point across. There is nice shading and gorgeous backgrounds. Not to mention that amazing cover. My one issue with this book is that it takes so darn long for it to come out. I know it’s bi-monthly but I really want it to come out quicker. If the book was bad, I wouldn’t mind as much. I’ve already given up on Magnus because even though it was a good book, I have no desire to read it after it’s been out of my thoughts for so long. Please don’t let that happen to Samson. Dark Horse has a winner here and they can’t drop the ball.

  • Five hundred years after the end of the world, among the overgrown ruins, in tangled jungles where misbegotten horrors lurk, barbarian armies battle for supremacy. To save the world from Warlord Sunder's dreaded behemoths, Samson allies himself with Queen Terra of the Jerz and her barbarian horde. But the irresistible Terra has wicked ways of turning allies into lovers. Inflamed and enraptured by Terra, Samson becomes more and more ruthless to please her. If he loses himself to the dark passions she arouses . . . then who will save the world from him?

2.5 References[7]EditEdit

2.6 External links[8]EditEdit

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