Head Lopper, Vol. 2: Head Lopper and the Crimson Tower

Head Lopper, Vol. 2: Head Lopper and the Crimson Tower

In a quiet region of the world, an ancient evil stirs. The CRIMSON TOWER is awake! Blood has not wet its face for an age, but the tower runs red once more. Warriors from distant lands are drawn to its gate with revenge, or glory, in their hearts. Many will enter, few will return. The HEAD LOPPER and the living head of Agatha Blue Witch, with old friends and new, battle for In a quiet region of the world, an ancient evil stirs. The CRIMSON TOWER is awake! Blood has not wet its face for an a...

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Title:Head Lopper, Vol. 2: Head Lopper and the Crimson Tower
Author:Andrew MacLean
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1534305084
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:200 pages pages

Head Lopper, Vol. 2: Head Lopper and the Crimson Tower Reviews

  • Tim
    Apr 07, 2018
    Head Lopper rules. ...
  • The_Mad_Swede
    Jun 17, 2018
    As I read, and thoroughly enjoyed, Andrew MacLean's first volume of Head Lopper in the spring of 2017, it was more or less a given that I would pick up this second one, collecting issues #5?8 (i.e. the full second story arc). And again MacLean impresses me. Norgal, the Head Loppe...
  • Nicola Mansfield
    Jun 13, 2018
    This did not live up to the first volume for me at all. The humour was gone! So was the banter between Head Lopper and the Head of Agatha Blue Witch. It's slightly funny but certainly not witty like volume one. Anyway, the art is still wonderful and I like the characters. This plot is ...
  • Ed
    Jan 06, 2018
    The Crimson Tower was another great Head Lopper story from Andrew MacLean. He's really on to something here. This story had some great emotional beats and a particularly strong finale. Not quite as good as the first, but still great. ...
  • Darcy Roar
    Sep 25, 2018
    Head Lopper is, to me, the perfect mix of art, adventure, & sass. This story continues where we left off at the end of book one with our heroes journeying to the Crimson Tower. We make new tiny friends, lose some friends, & fight horrible created monsters. I love Agatha the mos...
  • Hugo
    Feb 17, 2018
    Another simple and highly enjoyable fantasy adventure, slightly diminished by its repetitive video-game storytelling and MacLean's variation into a slightly fussy inking style which diminishes the solidity of his drawing. (Read as single issues.) ...
  • Alex Sarll
    Oct 26, 2018
    An assortment of mighty warriors, and two poor saps who are in entirely the wrong place, fight their way through various death traps and monsters to best the undead master of an ominous tower. Which is as generic as sword and sorcery plots come, but the energy and inventiveness of the ...
  • Zack! Empire
    Jun 21, 2018
    Didn't enjoy it as much as the first but it's still pretty cool. The art is a big part of why I like it. I just love those flat colors. I'll be picking up future volumes of this series. ...
  • M.i.
    Nov 09, 2018
    This version is more subdued than the last but its still a fun read, and I am looking forward to the next volume. ...
  • Zedsdead
    May 09, 2018
    Straight up dungeon crawl. Head Lopper and his companions accept a warriors' invitation to enter a mysterious tower controlled by an evil lich lord. They negotiate traps, monsters, and puzzles in a quest to collect four shiny crystal MacGuffins, take down the big bad boss, and win loot...
  • Stephanie
    May 05, 2018
    I love Agatha. ...
  • Jack Stark
    Mar 24, 2019
    Not quite as good as vol. 1. But I still did a lol or three. ...
  • Drown Hollum
    Jul 06, 2018
    Head Lopper is one of the greats. This series is so incredibly imaginative, thoughtfully illustrated, and well written. Andrew MacLean has become one of my favorite cartoonists, and Norgal one of my favorite heroes. The focused nature of the quarterly format is perfect for the series, ...
  • Sarah
    May 28, 2018
    Wasn?t quite as epic as the first but enjoyed it so much. So pleased to see the story continue. Love the illustration and humour. ...
  • Andrew
    May 22, 2018
    The second volume in the Head Lopper series by Andrew MacLean, the Crimson Tower continues the series where the first volume left off. Head Lopper travels with his companions - a talking witches head, a warrior woman from a tribal village, and her protegee. They travel to to the Crimso...
  • Przemek Skoczyński
    Oct 14, 2018
    Pokocha?em Loppera w tomie pierwszym i mi?o?? podtrzymuj? po lekturze drugiego. Kapitalna jest ta kreska, ktra by? mo?e nawet bardziej nadawa?aby si? pod animacj?. ?wietne s? postacie i cho? czasem nie mwi? wiele, to nie musz?, bo w po??czeniu z grafik? s? komple...
  • Candice Blackwood
    Jun 22, 2018
    The colors are usually bright and bold which creates an interesting contrast to the heavy violence and bloodshed that is bound to persist in a comic series where the central character is known mainly for freeing people, creatures, and monsters of their heads. To read my full review,...
  • Martin Wafel
    Jan 06, 2018
    I liked Vol. 2 even better than the first one, which was pretty awesome in its own right. ?Adventure Time meets Conan the Barbarian?? Close enough. ...
  • Jack Reickel
    Dec 31, 2018
    A very solid follow-up to Head Lopper, Vol. 1. The plot didn't quite grab as well as the first iteration, but after introductions are done with, it's not a problem to have the interesting hero continue on his journey and run into new challenges. There wasn't as much humor in this as th...
  • Cheese
    Oct 14, 2018
    Wonderful, just like the first. Probably my favourite series in the past couple of years. ...
  • Matt Graupman
    Feb 06, 2019
    In ?The Empire Strikes Back?-style, ?Head Lopper And The Crimson Tower,? Andrew MacLean?s sequel to the first volume in the saga of behemoth warrior Norgal, is a darker, more complex, more serious beast. Creatures are fought, blood is spilled, and - true to the book?s evoca...
  • Christopher Harmon
    Nov 06, 2017
    Conan the Barbarian meets Adventure Time. The only thing that sucks is that the books are released quarterly instead of monthly. ...
  • Rumi Vd
    Jun 16, 2018
    Cool fantasy comic, with a really nice Cartoon network kinda style. A big plus for me is that the Artist, Andrew Maclean does artwork and story, i always like that. its a really nice and easy fun read. ...
  • Angie Pinchbeck
    Jan 07, 2019
    This was a bit more serious than the first volume, but it was also more cohesive. It was a fun read with great art and a wonderful storyline. Can't wait for vol 3! ...
  • Adam Stone
    Jun 30, 2018
    Head Lopper is one of the most fun, vibrant comic series currently in production. With some unique character designs, and just the right touch of humor, this reimagining of Conan, if he had to adventure with the sarcastic severed head of a cursed witch, is glorious. This second volu...
  • Taylor Rickett
    Apr 19, 2019
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  • Josh
    Aug 10, 2018
    Heavily stylized art, plenty of action, and a decent helping of heart. Head Lopper is just a good time. ...
  • Václav
    May 19, 2018
    After finishing the first book, I immediately jumped into the second one. And I'm quite disappointed. The second book is not just as good as the first one. Less fun, less simple but great panels (and more of the sloppy ones, to the point that on one panel one get yellow and other get t...
  • Michael M.
    Apr 17, 2019
    Not as good as Vol 1 in my opinion, but still a solid entry. Recommended if you enjoyed Volume 1. ...
  • Colby Holloway
    Dec 29, 2018
    Incredible imaginative art, simple cool straight forward plot, dungeon crawling at its best ...