The first of two omnibuses of Dynamite’s Queen Sonja series will be available this week, giving fans a collected trade paperback edition of some of the best stories featuring everyone’s favorite flame-haired warrior. Queen Sonja Omnibus Vol. 1 reprints the first 15 issues in a 396-page paperback edition as well as a gorgeous cover gallery. Read the trade solicits below:

Three fantastic stories for one great price in one amazing omnibus.

You may have heard the stories of a certain barbarian at the tail end of life living as a king, now it’s time to read about the Queen! Before she was a warrior, Red Sonja was a wild child in the Hyrkanian wilderness, before she ruled the empire of Emora, she thieved the streets of Pah-Disha. Running from the the pain of her bloody origins she gambles her life recklessly. Surviving these rough years taught her to fight, to hunt, to steal and to kill. They taught her one more thing, that her gift is her doom, and there is no escaping it. Pick up this terrific tome to read these tales of a mature battle-hardened Sonja atop the throne, dealing with threats from the outside and within.

“Know also, O prince, that in the selfsame days that the Cimmerian did stalk the Hyborian Kingdoms, one of the few swords worthy to cross with his was that of Red Sonja, warrior-woman out of majestic Hyrkania. Forced to flee her homeland because she spurned the advances of a king and slew him instead, she rode west across the Turanian steppes and into the shadowed mists of legendry.” — The Nemedian Chronicles

Collecting Queen Sonja #1-15, previously collected as three volumes.

The volume offers arcs by writers Joshua Ortega (Gears of War), Arvid Nelson (Rex Mundi, Warlord of Mars), and Luke Lieberman. Mel Rubi, and Jackson Herbert are on interiors while painter Lucio Parrillo is on covers.

Queen Sonja Omnibus Vol. 1 will be available for purchase Wednesday January 8 at your local comic shop or online. The trade will also be available on digital platforms such as Comixology, Kindle, iBooks, Google Play, Dynamite Digital, and ComicsPlus.

The Beat received an exclusive look at the entire first chapter of the paperback. Read it here before grabbing your copy.