Red Sonja and Cub has half of that.
Zub may be thought of by many as a comedic writer but this issue shows he is capable of writing high fantasy played completely straight. His writing is mirrored in intensity by artist Jonathan Lau, whose kinetic style proves a perfect complement to Zub's script. The blood flows freely and dramatically throughout the story's many action sequences, as Sonja struggles to deliver a child bride unharmed to her groom in order to secure the peace between two warring families.
I came into this book expecting comedic sword-and-sorcery akin to what you'd see in Skullkickers. What I got was Red Sonja ala Kurosawa. And this is not a bad thing.