Reviews: Grimm Tales Of Terror, Grimm Fairy Tales & Peek-A-Boo

Grimm Tales Of Terror Volume 4 #2, Grimm Fairy Tales #15 & Peek-A-Boo #3

Some thoughts on this weeks digital comics from Zenescope Entertainment

Grimm Tales Of Terror Volume 4 #2

People from the same town begin receiving random ‘chain letter’ emails stating they’ll be granted luck if the email is forwarded along to 10 people, but promises grave circumstances to those who don’t. What seems like an innocuous hoax soon proves otherwise and one man must break the curse before it’s too late.

Ralph Tedesco – Writer
Eric Johnson – Cover Artist

The evil chain letter classic! This is a well told story, with some nice twists and turns in it. it doesn’t feel tired as this trope should be, and I’m glad it was done so well. The characters are well told and the art is well done too!
The build up, with all the deaths are really well done, and they all are pretty gruesome!

Grimm Fairy Tales #15

Spinning out of the events of Grimm Fairy Tales #13 the Age of Camelot continues to make its mark on Skye and the modern world

Joe Brusha – Writer
Igor Vitorino – Cover Artist

Merlin’s plans seem to continue. This time with The Black Knight! This is a good single issue, with links to the larger stories happening around the Grimm Fairy Tales universe.
The build up is interesting, with some real world issues, as well as some interesting points. The comment about Shang is interesting, I especially like the ending as it may show a kink in Merlin’s plans…..

Peek-A-Boo #3

The group is scattered in the face of the advancing threat. Pamela and her remaining kids load up, ready to fight, while Debbie works to free herself from her brutal captors. As a huge group of the predators charge towards Pamela and the hikers, a glimmer of hope arrives from an unexpected source.

Victoria Rau – Writer
Marcelo Basile – Artist
Igor Vitorino – Cover Artist
Allan Otero – Variant Cover Artist
Alfredo Reyes – Variant Cover Artist
Ian Richardson – Variant Cover Artist

We’re at the mid-point here, and the herd is thinning. In a grim way it was deserved, and you could see it coming, but things are not looking good.
We get a little more history of the families here, and why they are like they are. this may help, but we shall see!
The art continues to be excellent, although we are in the same place, the locations and the times all change and the art reflects it well!

 

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