Bold Riley #1
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The Legend of Bold Riley #1

4.00 out of 5
(8 customer reviews)

$2.99$3.99

Bold Riley—who has set out to find adventure in the lands beyond her home of Prakkalore—comes across a fragment of bone that shares a tale of lost love. Riley tries to reunite the lost spirit with its beloved, but soon discovers that all is not as it seemed…

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Bold Riley—who has set out to find adventure in the lands beyond her home of Prakkalore—comes across a fragment of bone that shares a tale of lost love. Riley tries to reunite the lost spirit with its beloved, but soon discovers that all is not as it seemed…

24 pages, color.

8 reviews for The Legend of Bold Riley #1

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    “Each story is part of the larger continuity of Bold Riley’s journeys through various mystical lands, but they can also be read as stand-alone fables, so this issue is a perfectly fine place to start. Can’t wait to see what becomes of her in Issue 2!” Read Molly Brooks’ whole review on the ComiXology Tumblr

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    “Bold Riley’s journey is among the more fascinating I’ve read recently, and I hope Leia Weathington will get to chronicle it for a long time to come.” Read François Peneaud’s whole review on The Gay Comics List

  3. 4 out of 5

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    “As sword and sorcery short stories go, I find Bold Riley to be just about perfect. Each artist gives me the sensation of listening to well-known stories told by different storytellers. The only thing missing from the series at this point is a Pirate Queen to be Riley’s frenemy.” Read Erica Friedman’s whole review on Okazu

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    The Legend of Bold Riley is a great modern approach to fantasy expectations, and I look forward to seeing more.” Read Johanna Draper-Carlson’s whole review on Comics Worth Reading

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    “Dalton’s work here is rich with detail and kind of reminds me of a cross between the cartoony style of Weny Pini (co-creator of ElfQuest) and the lush watercolors of Jill Thompson… We need more female roles like this. This is good for comics. And it was really, really well executed.” Full review starts at 16:20 on episode 164 of the Two-Headed Nerd Comic Book Podcast

  6. 4 out of 5

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    “The themes of love, longing, and searching for one’s place in the world are universal to the human condition. The art by Jonathon Dalton is simple but appealing. It perfectly illustrates the story being told and has a charm that is completely evocative of the story’s setting. Utterly charming.” Read Bob Bretall’s whole review on Comic Spectrum

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    “The writing is fantastic, it has wonderful art, and this is a very interesting new character which I recommend you find out more about.” Watch Lord Coyote’s whole review on the Lord Coyote 2000 YouTube Channel

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    “There is a rhythm and completeness to this issue; the narrator always knows both what happened previously and what happened in the decades after, and the treatment of magic makes the story feel timeless and well-known.” Read Marykate Jasper’s whole review on Comic Book Resources

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