The Infernal Path

The Infernal Path

The further adventures of the booze guzzling, death dealing battle maidens-for-hire in the business of killing all the gods’ creatures for profit. Hannah the Rockabilly Elven Mage, Violet the Hipster Dwarven Fighter, Dee the Atheist Human Cleric, Betty the Hippy Smidgen Thief and Braga the Orc Princess.RAT QUEENS is a modern spin on an old school genre, a monster killing e...

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Title:The Infernal Path
Author:Kurtis J. Wiebe
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Edition Language:English

The Infernal Path Reviews

  • Devann

    This volume is definitely a welcome return to form after the last few volumes and seems to merging the old and new story lines in an interesting way. I was worried about this series going downhill, but this volume was a lot of fun. Kind of nervous about them getting a whole new creative team for the next volume, but hopefully they will take it somewhere new while still keeping the same energy.

    Also can I just say that I think this is literally the first time ever that I have seen a short fat nake

    This volume is definitely a welcome return to form after the last few volumes and seems to merging the old and new story lines in an interesting way. I was worried about this series going downhill, but this volume was a lot of fun. Kind of nervous about them getting a whole new creative team for the next volume, but hopefully they will take it somewhere new while still keeping the same energy.

    Also can I just say that I think this is literally the first time ever that I have seen a short fat naked woman in a comic who is not drawn in a way that is obviously supposed to make you think she is sad and ugly. Seriously just look at this cutie

    And some other pictures under the cut because they are NSFW lol

    And then this image also under the cut, but because it contains plot spoilers. It just really made me laugh though.

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  • Jessica

    I love these characters and this art style but this didn't reach the mark that earlier volumes did.

  • Anastasia

    Much better! Honestly, this volume made much more sense than the last one and I love it. It's sad that the author is leaving this project, but it's supposed to continue and I hope we'll get more explanations. It's a crazy ride and previous two or three volumes were pretty meh. Let's all hope it only gets better!

  • Tori

    I am so glad I continued with this series! The old story line and the new one are finally starting to merge together in a way that makes sense. This one really feels more like the first two volumes, and I could not be happier! Hopefully it will continue to be as good when the change in writers happens. There is a lot going on in this volume and we learn more about some of the newer characters.

  • Thomas

    This is a return to form for the Queens after a rocky start. The last few arcs have felt lackluster but this one sticks the landing and returns to the wacky, zany, D&D-fueled hijinks that made me fall in love with the Rat Queens in the first place. We visit a few gods and thwart the nefarious plans of an evil wizard, then get drunk at the local tavern. All in a days work for the Rat Queens - and along the way they affirm their friendship for each other, and the importance of family. This rom

    This is a return to form for the Queens after a rocky start. The last few arcs have felt lackluster but this one sticks the landing and returns to the wacky, zany, D&D-fueled hijinks that made me fall in love with the Rat Queens in the first place. We visit a few gods and thwart the nefarious plans of an evil wizard, then get drunk at the local tavern. All in a days work for the Rat Queens - and along the way they affirm their friendship for each other, and the importance of family. This romp had me grinning and laughing on multiple occasions, which is what I reach for this entertainment for. A high note for Wiebe to go out on, as we look to a new chapter for the Queens with a new creative team. (I've read their lead-in one shot and it is on point, and laid to rest any concerns I had about the viability of the characters to survive the transition!)

  • Ma'Belle

    Based on the numbering of chapters, the first three volumes of Rat Queens comprises version 1, and volume 6 wraps up the subsequent version's long arc. And it's an Orc Arc! I don't want to spoil anything, but I think the Real Fans of this fucking fantastic comic will be pleased with how things are tied up.

    Instead of a special issue telling the backstory of another character like we got in vols. 3 (Braga) and 5 (Dave), this one ends with a really boring alternate reality "Neon" story that directl

    Based on the numbering of chapters, the first three volumes of Rat Queens comprises version 1, and volume 6 wraps up the subsequent version's long arc. And it's an Orc Arc! I don't want to spoil anything, but I think the Real Fans of this fucking fantastic comic will be pleased with how things are tied up.

    Instead of a special issue telling the backstory of another character like we got in vols. 3 (Braga) and 5 (Dave), this one ends with a really boring alternate reality "Neon" story that directly lifts lines and scenes from The Matrix. Not sure what prompted this Matrix parody that no one asked for (among the readership at least), but I didn't care for it. I guess it's an indication that we haven't seen the last of that wily illusion-making fish-god Castiwyr.

    I haven't checked on the current/ongoing status of Rat Queens, but I for one am still 100% on board as a die-hard fan. I love the dialogue, the jokes, the heart, the sluttiness, the casual subversion of gender norms, and the fact that the moral center of the group is a drug-and-candy-addicted smidgen.

  • Misty

    It feels a little more like this series is starting to get back on track, but it still suffers from a lot of the same issues that have been plaguing it, including a tendency to be disjointed, abrupt and confusing. But I'ma stick with it for awhile yet, and hope it lives up to the potential it showed in the early days.

  • Danielle Messier

    I waited to read vol 5 because I heard lots of shit things about it. I read it... it was pretty average. Lots of time hopping that didn't make much sense and I felt disconnected the entire time.

    Volume 6 focused more on evil orcs, Braga and Orc Dave. Orc Dave I could live without but I fucking lovvee Braga. A lot. So I really enjoyed learning more about her character.

    Oh also all the shit that happens in vol 4 and 5 isn't really addressed in this one either. So if you're looking for closure you w

    I waited to read vol 5 because I heard lots of shit things about it. I read it... it was pretty average. Lots of time hopping that didn't make much sense and I felt disconnected the entire time.

    Volume 6 focused more on evil orcs, Braga and Orc Dave. Orc Dave I could live without but I fucking lovvee Braga. A lot. So I really enjoyed learning more about her character.

    Oh also all the shit that happens in vol 4 and 5 isn't really addressed in this one either. So if you're looking for closure you won't find it

  • Sean Gibson

    An almost-there return to form for the Queens after last volume’s head-scratching turn into WTFery.

    Notwithstanding the futuristic NEON STATIC SPECIAL (which didn’t exactly tickle my giggleberries, though others may feel differently), this is a more engaging story reminiscent of, though not on par with, the first couple of volumes. The Queens are still a delightfully ragtag mix of characters, but the past few volumes have lacked, to quote Austin Powers*, as the French say, that certain “I don’t

    An almost-there return to form for the Queens after last volume’s head-scratching turn into WTFery.

    Notwithstanding the futuristic NEON STATIC SPECIAL (which didn’t exactly tickle my giggleberries, though others may feel differently), this is a more engaging story reminiscent of, though not on par with, the first couple of volumes. The Queens are still a delightfully ragtag mix of characters, but the past few volumes have lacked, to quote Austin Powers*, as the French say, that certain “I don’t know what.”

    *I’m forced to quote Austin Powers because I’m old and all of my pop culture references are, like a Marky Mark cassette single, hopelessly dated (a phrase which, incidentally, is strikingly similar to my high school nom de plume “Hopelessly Undateable”).

  • Hannah

    That last cyberpunk issue -

    My interest in this series is seriously waning, but at least Orc Dave has some hope.

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