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Red Sonja is a fictional character , a sword-and-sorcery comic-book heroine created by writer Roy Thomas and artist Barry Windsor Smith for Marvel Comics in , partially based on Robert E. Howard 's own creation 'Red Sonya of Rogatino' a female swashbuckler from his short story " The Shadow of the Vulture " and to a certain degree also based on Howard's character Dark Agnes de Chastillon.
Red Sonja debuted in Conan the Barbarian 23 cover-dated Feb. Roy Thomas created a new origin story and transposed the timeline from the 16th century of Howard's original Red Sonya, to the Hyborian Age , another Howard creation, in order to have the comic-book Red Sonja interact with Conan the Barbarian.
In Marvel Comics published the first issue of Red Sonja after the character headlined Marvel Feature for seven issues that same year. She was portrayed by Brigitte Nielsen in the film Red Sonja. When she is just 17, a group of mercenaries kills her family and burns down their house. Sonja attempts to defend herself, but cannot lift her brother's sword.
She is brutally raped by the leader of the group. In the Dynamite comic book series by Michael Avon Oeming, Sonja's origins are portrayed in "flashbacks" within each issue beginning with issue 8.
The goddess makes her first appearance in this series in issue 12, which also marks the return of the deadly sorcerer Kulan Gath. In the Dynamite series by Gail Simone, Sonja's origins are again told in flashbacks.
Sonja is a young teenager in a Hyrkanian village which is attacked by bandits. After her family is killed, Sonja lures the bandits into the forest and kills them one by one. No goddess appears in this version and Sonja makes no vow of chastity. While she is threatened by the bandits, she is neither raped nor seriously injured. Another set of flashbacks shows Sonja as an adult, and indicates that she learned many of her fighting skills from a fellow prisoner when she was captured and forced to fight as a gladiator.
The original Sonja is killed off in issue 34 of the first Dynamite series. Instead, a new character of the same name, described as a reincarnation of Red Sonja, takes her place from issue 35 onward. In her new life, Sonja is described as a distant relative of the original Red Sonja, taking her name as a good omen, since Sonja had come to be known as the most beautiful and fearless woman in Hyrkania.
A noblewoman, this incarnation lives a fairly sheltered existence, along with her sister Verona and her little niece, longing for a child of her own and waiting for the return of her distant husband, Lord Daniel. Eventually she is reunited with her husband, but then a pirate crew unbeknownst to them called upon by Verona's husband, Lord Lucan, in a bid for more power slays him and leaves Sonja on the brink of death. Sonja is then nursed to health by Osin, in Sonja's previous life a bard companion and now a gruff swordsman, who accepted the curse of Claw the Unconquered for himself in exchange for the ability to locate and train the new incarnation of Red Sonja.
Osin begins her training. He and Sonja find that, even though she has occasional flashes of her former reflexes, she no longer has access to the full might of the skills bestowed by Scathach now an almost forgotten goddess with waning powers in her previous life. Despite this, Sonja is able to learn faster than Osin expects.
She decides to seek revenge covertly, joining Lucan's pirate crew to be closer to Daniel's assassins. Red Sonya was a sword-and-pistol-wielding supporting character of the late Renaissance. Thomas admits that the character he used was a mash-up of two of Howard's characters: Most artists depict Red Sonja wearing a very brief bikini-like costume of scale armor , usually with boots and gauntlets. As originally drawn by Barry Smith for "The Shadow of the Vulture" and "The Song of Red Sonja" in Conan the Barbarian issues 23 and 24 , she did not have as full a figure and dressed a little more conservatively, in a long-sleeved mail shirt and short pants of red silk, a style that did not last long.
As told by Roy Thomas in the introduction of Red Sonja Adventures Volume 1 Dynamite Entertainment Spanish artist Esteban Maroto submitted an uncommissioned illustration to him when he was editing the magazine Savage Sword of Conan where he redesigned the character and for the first time showed her wearing what would become her famous costume, the silver "metal bikini", which resembled other fantasy costumes that other Maroto heroines sported in the s.
This illustration had been printed for the first time in Jim Steranko 's magazine Comixscene 5 in black and white. Maroto drew her in this costume for a double page spread illustration in Savage Tales 3 and then for her first solo adventure in Savage Sword of Conan 1, and John Buscema drew her in this costume in the same magazine.
Buscema drew her again in this costume in issues 43, 44 and 48 of Conan the Barbarian and Dick Giordano in the first issue of Marvel Feature before Frank Thorne took over from issue 2 The "bikini" proved popular, becoming well known through the paintings of Boris Vallejo and others.
Red Sonja was featured arching among many of Marvel's female characters on the cover painted by John Romita, Sr. Sonja has been featured in several novels by David C. Smith and Richard L. Tierney with covers by Boris Vallejo:. The film was directed by Richard Fleischer. Actress Rose McGowan was originally intended to portray Sonja in 's Red Sonja film, but these plans were squelched by injuries that permanently damaged the mobility and strength of her right arm.
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