Lorna Relic Wrangler
I don't know much about this one-shot from Image, but after reading it a couple times it seems like out of the 3 stories ostensibly about the same female character, the last two are stuff the writer had either self-published or was shopping around and the main story is some kind of bizarre idea an editor had to try and package it all together or an attempt by the writer to make the book marketable as a franchise. The truth may be nothing remotely close to that, but that's what it felt like. It might work better if we as readers knew the character at all, but instead of the three stories presenting different sides or takes on Lorna I had a hard time reminding myself they were supposed to be about the same person. This had less to do with the different art styles so much as the way the stories were written and the fact that they don't hang well together.
I think the main story needed to be sent back for another edit or re-write, there's some potential there but it needed to be sharper and funnier at the very least. Frankly, the art deserved better. As in a better tale to tell. The short middle gag strip and pin-ups are nothing special, there are a lot of talented creators self-publishing work of a superior quality and in a similar vein who I would recommend over this. I actually like the 3rd story a bit more, even though it's a basic Tales From The Crypt-type story. But--so the worldly adventuress from the hackneyed 1st story is also a Hooters waitress? I rather have three good stories than three stories about the same character that make no sense together.
Oh, and it's "yahtzee", not "yahtze".
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