This story by Leah Moore is fairly standard stuff but it is still entertaining, centering upon Sonja as she is forced to save another adventurer from his own stupidity. The artwork by Tula Lotay has a rough and dirty look to it that suits a story set in a necromancer's lair filled with zombies.
The second story is reportedly the first fiction published by Earth 2 artist Nicola Scott. This story tells the tale of a witch with a grudge of her own against Red Sonja - one that makes her all too happy to deliver aid unto The Grey Riders. Scott proves to be as skillful a writer as she is an artist. And as in the previous chapter, Doug Holgate's artwork - while not the sort of style one usually sees in a sword and sorcery title- is appropriate to the story at hand.
The third and final chapter of this issue is probably the best of a good bunch. Written by Rhianna Pratchett (writer of the 2013 Tomb Raider reboot) this amusing story gives us yet another origin story for Red Sonja's famous chainmail bikini. Gerd - the armorer who tells the tale - is a real hoot and I hope she shows up again in the regular Red Sonja title. The artwork by Naniiebim has an aspect that puts me in the mind of medieval woodcuts. This seems appropriate for a story that is light on action but high on humor.
Bottom Line: If you're a Red Sonja fan, you'll love this book. If you aren't a Red Sonja fan, this book will make you into one!