Zorro: Matanzas

Zorro Matanzas The long lost adventure of Zorro continues Join the classic creative team of writer Don McGregor and artist Mike Mayhew as they present an untold tale of the legendary Fox in the wilds of old Californ

  • Title: Zorro: Matanzas
  • Author: Don McGregor Mike Mayhew
  • ISBN: 9781606901472
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Paperback
  • The long lost adventure of Zorro continues Join the classic creative team of writer Don McGregor and artist Mike Mayhew as they present an untold tale of the legendary Fox in the wilds of old California Collects issues 1 4, along with a complete cover gallery.

    • [PDF] ↠ Free Download ↠ Zorro: Matanzas : by Don McGregor Mike Mayhew ✓
      409 Don McGregor Mike Mayhew
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] ↠ Free Download ↠ Zorro: Matanzas : by Don McGregor Mike Mayhew ✓
      Posted by:Don McGregor Mike Mayhew
      Published :2018-06-19T23:01:54+00:00

    One thought on “Zorro: Matanzas”

    1. Don McGregor spent some time writing the Zorro newspaper strip and that is this volume's minus and plus. The plus is that McGregor has obviously put a great deal of thought into the existing and newly created characters. The bad is that this entry does a mediocre job of filling the reader in on the necessary backstory. For all the time the writer puts into the Alejandro and Diego father/son relationship the payoff is pretty poor and the reader is left with a life and death cliffhanger. Perhaps p [...]

    2. This is an enjoyable version of Zorro that pays homage to various versions if the legend as well as expanding on it. The drawings of Alejandro and Garcia are clearly based on the Disney versions. The cave that Zorro uses in this version is a multi-level version similar to the Batcave. This is fitting as Bob Kane drew inspiration from Zorro when creating Bat Man . An addition that makes sense is the wash up bowls and soap that Bernardo leaves fir Diego so that he can clean up when changing identi [...]

    3. A good story, but with no context, you could not get into the emotions the characters were feeling.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *