Review: Grimm Fairy Tales 2019 Giant Size

Concluding the War of the Grail in this giant size issue!

With the full power of the grail at his command, Merlin has transformed himself into the most powerful being in the Grimm Universe. Now, his plan is to unleash the forces of Tarot on the earth and conquer it for himself. His knights attack targets around the globe, and one by one as each hero that faces him falls, it looks like nothing can stop Merlin from taking over the world. Don’t miss the exciting conclusion to the War of the Grail storyline!

Joe Brusha – Writer
Igor Vitorino – Cover Artist
Anthony Spay – Variant Cover Artist
John Royle – Variant Cover Artist
Canaan White – Variant Cover Artist

That was unexpected!
Merlin’s plan come to pass, and he holds all the parts of the grail. It seems though that the power of the grail is too much and it starts to have effects on Merlin. Out in the world, his minions are doing what is asked of them, and it all seems to being fitting into place – not matter the fight that Shang, Skye and the rest put up.
Then the twist, and this seems to have shaken up the status quo of the whole series, and it will be interesting to see where the next arc goes from here!

No spoilers

What I will say, was that this was worthy of the giant size. It allowed more of the story to be told from all the different angles – including those around the world! There are still some small loose ends, but what do you expect from a story such as this?

some good art too – with some giant size action pieces that may have been squeezed out if the story was shorter!

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