The biggest problem I found with Lorna: Relic Hunter is that it was fairly confusing. I wasn't sure how the three stories fit together, or if they did. The art was decent, and I think the concept could be good, but overall the humor, at least in the first story, seemed to be having trouble deciding if it was going to be irreverent or campy, and it ended up not being enough of either. I'd give this another shot if it was an ongoing or a mini, where the characters and story could be more fleshed out. In fact, I'm surprised that, with only one issue, they wouldn't take more pages to tell one story instead of squeezing three in there with some pinups. I feel like that's something that could work for an established character that already has a fanbase, like Cassie from Hack/Slash, instead of a brand new one that should be using this opportunity to really wow readers and leave them wanting more.
I LOVE BLUD BLOOD! - Rob Liefeld
some idiot on facebook wrote:I don't like your belittling tone, Jude. Just because I don't know how to spell the language of some tiny African nation doesn't mean that I'm wrong in thinking that your attitude towards women is 100% wrong. Obviously, you're some skinny, single nerd living on the East Coast who probably derives value in life from wrestling matches, hoping that Wolverine gets to sleep with teenagers and engaging in casual drug use. You're literally the worst thing to happen to comics since Stan Lee.