Barbarienne (Harrier)

 BARH   (Harrier, 1987)

™ and ©1987 Harrier Publishing

One of the more fascinating aspects of this black-and-white sword-and-sorcery series is the sense of timelessness—there is no reference to specific place or period, plus the lack of color successfully enhances the eeriness of the setting. All you’re given is that you are in a city that includes a large castle and if you look closely, the fortress includes parts that would make one think Buck Rodgers as well as Camelot. Same thing with the garb worn by the lead characters: Charol is a mercenary, a young woman who dons a single piece skin-tight body suit with black leather boots, while her partner, Memree (whom Charol rescued from the castle’s dark dungeon) is a scantly clad babe who could easily be seen in the arms of a barbarian from a time-lost land. For the matter, this whole story might even be taking place on another planet—who knows?

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#1

  3/1/1987
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Adult; B&WMartin LockNick Neocleous

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  5/1/1987
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#3

  7/1/1987
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Adult  

#4

  11/1/1987
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Adult; B&WMartin LockNick Neocleous

#5

  1/1/1988
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#6

  4/1/1988
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Versus Cuirass; AdultMartin LockJohn Marshall

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  7/1/1988
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Versus Cuirass; Adult; B&WMartin LockJohn H. Marshall

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  11/1/1988
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Versus Cuirass; Adult; B&W