Both of you killed it. And I agree with Dreno, this work is above Middleweight.
Spiderguts' composition, anatomy, and perspective are all great, and it got my vote, but here's what knocks it out of the park for me: I absolutely love the story of the sword shadow shielding their eyes against the enemy. You know the experienced mother, with her closed eyes crying, knows the true horror of what's coming after them, while the open eyes of the child shows the naive curiosity of youth, and the face shows a mixture of terror at the enemy and awe for Red Sonja. This is either incredibly well thought out, or you are just an instinctively good storyteller with your art. Either way, kudos!
One nitpick is that the grey gradient looks a little like a bad scanning job. I would have preferred crosshatching or solid greys for the torch lighting.
Marcelino, your artwork is great too, but Spiderguts killed it for me with the story.
Spiderguts gets the vote, the piece has depth (or at least starts to have depth until we get to the lack of rendering on the stone work), and despite it being a bit of an oft-worn cliche, the red hair contrasted against the B&W actually looks good here. Another thing is that since the only immediate source of light is that torch (the moon would cast a muted glow rather than any stark illumination), it should have been indicated more effectively with further shading.
Marcelino, the rendering on that wooden shield looks great, and is the best thing about the piece. The background isn't dramatic enough, there is no context of danger to justify her running. Is she running from something? What is it? Also, that photoshop smudged red part doesn't look like it belongs there at all.
Spiderguts gets the vote.