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Review by C.J. Bunce

Sheena, Will Eisner and Jerry Iger’s jungle adventurer returns next month in the pages of Dynamite Comics’ new series, Sheena: Queen of the Jungle.  Sheena is stuck, transferred to a strange place and time, manipulated as a pawn, held hostage for the lives of her animal friends.  In a throwback to Predator, she is sent on a solo mission into the jungle to discover what happened to a lost research team.  Taken inside a giant biodome she must uncover the secrets of the dome and those who brought her there.  Can she survive as new obstacles are thrown in her path?  Stephen Mooney writes this very different take on Sheena, with artwork by Jethro Morales and several variant covers by Dynamite’s familiar pantheon of cover artists.  The first issue is the set-up, introducing a sci-fi/tech environment with Sheena’s backstory hidden from the reader.  Here is her mission, but why is she here in the first place?  It’s a good start for high adventure comics fans.

Here is a preview trailer and the variant covers for the first issue of Sheena: Queen of the Jungle:

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