Two reviews of Zenescope's digital comics of this last week.
Grimm Fairy Tales: Realm War #5
Sela finds herself against impossible odds as the Dark Queen continues to stay a step ahead. But unbeknownst to anyone, there's a chink in the Queen's armor, but Sela must find it in time before all is lost.
*AGE OF DARKNESS Tie-in
This maxi series still continues to impress, we're getting to the half way point and all the characters aren't on the board yet, but we're still getting to grips to the situation the world is in! We get a closer look at Robyn Hood and the villains who have been hinted at so far. This whole series is a big move by Zenescope, and on current evidence it seems to be paying off!
I hope all fans are getting this, because this is crossover we demanded!
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Grimm Tales of Terror #5
Don't go in the attic! A secret is stored in the attic of an old home. And a 12 year old is both intrigued and terrified of what he might find if he goes upstairs.
Inspired by Tales From the Crypt, Twilight Zone, and Creep Show, Zenescope goes back to its roots of horror as the publisher known for re-inventing classics delves into an entirely new bag of tricks.
Ok, I have to admit, horror with kids freak me out, coming a close second are dolls..
My daughter had two large dolls which she leaves around the house to freak me out.
Then Zenescope do this to me!
Taking this trope and running worth it Zenescope make a nice change to what I initially thought would be a predictable horror story – the twist art the end was especially good.
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