Some thoughts on the latest issue of Grimm Fairy Tales – guest starring The Musketeers from Zenescope Entertainment
The Three Musketeers-With Skye’s book recently releasing many new mythical legends onto Earth. Skye’s mission to return them to their rightful places may end well before it begins! As she runs into The Three Musketeers she finds out firsthand if they still fight for justice or if they have another goal in mind altogether. Don’t miss this new story arc launch in Grimm Fairy Tales!
Joe Brusha – Writer Sheldon Goh – Cover Artist
This issue starts off with a brief rundown of the Musketeers – linking in nicely to the current mini series. This connects it well to those who may not be reading the mini series. The link between Merlin, Skye, her book and the Musketeers is interesting, so you would expect them to take an interest!
There is the traditional superhero trope going on here, but it looks like there may be some problems within the Musketeers – it’s an interesting read, it does link in nicely into the main story going round in the Grimm universe.
There are some nice action scenes and the fight scenes are well told. It looks like we’re going to get more from Camelot in the future!
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