The Return Of Lady Rawhide

Back in the early nineties, Topps published a Zorro comic. It did rather well. Hoping to capitalise on that, and bearing in mind the bad girl craze at the time, they span the book off into Lady Rawhide, created by Don McGregor. You can probably can guess pretty much everything you need to know about her from the title. But just in case your imagination isn’t up to much….


There you go. And this image would seem to suggest its being revived by Dynamite in a new five part series.

Written by Eric Trautmann with art by Milton Estevam, that’s a Joseph Michael Linsner cover on front.

In LADY RAWHIDE #1, the masked heroine faces not only the corrupt forces of the government – bent on intimidating the populace through privation and cruelty – but also a new team of vigilantes known as the Sisters of the White Rose.  The Sisters, inspired by the legends of Zorro and Lady Rawhide, have taken up the struggle against tyranny.  While Lady Rawhide supports their goals, she cannot condone their bloody methods and finds herself facing off against her own devotees!

Yee, um, haa, I think. Well, at least it appears to be in keeping with the original…





Free On Bleeding Cool – Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White And The Little Mermaid Are Damsels

Batman In Chains In Batman V Superman Clip

Lying In The Gutters – 30th November 2015 – There Are Invincible Toys In The Walking Dead


We Be Geeks Podcast Episode 147: Sanitized For Your Protection

The Doctor Gets A New Sonic Screwdriver For Christmas Day – ‘The Husbands Of River Song’

Screen Shot 2015-11-30 at 1.29.11 PM

Nothing Like Some “Cheesy” Garfield To Get You In The Holiday Spirit (Advance Review)

The First Two Videos For The New Official DC Fans YouTube Channel


Michael Bowen To Come To Gotham As Matches Malone


3 Reasons You Should Read The Feathers HC Edition From Archaia

Billionaire George Lucas, filmmaker and founder of Lucasfilm Ltd., speaks during the opening ceremony of the company's Sandcrawler building, home to Lucasfilm's Singapore unit, in Singapore, on Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014. Lucasfilm Singapore, which is working on movies including Transformers 4 and Avengers 2, is expanding as it increases its workforce in the city-state, the only location outside the U.S. where the San Francisco-based company has a regional headquarters, it said. Photographer: Nicky Loh/Bloomberg via Getty Images

George Lucas Defends Greedo Shooting First And Other Tales Of The Star Wars