Review: Grimm Universe Presents: Fall 2019

Acting as a teaser or taster for things yet to come to the Grimm Universe, we get a selection of short stories for Fall 2019

As the Grimm Universe continues to grow, new adventures await the many heroes that reside inside it. Don’t miss this 64-page issue of epic proportions, as we get 5 all-new, never-released short stories, spanning from all corners of the realms of power, leading into the future of all things Grimm!

Writers: Joe Brusha, Ralph Tedesco, Dave Franchini
Artwork: Igor Vitorino

Red Agent kicks us off with ‘Safehouse’ It’s a short story, but it continues the problems that she has been having, and is quite action packed. I thought the ending was a little ‘nuke the fridge’ but nevertheless, I liked the leading ending we got. There is a good amount action, magic and intrigue!
Belle: Liberty gives us some good old fashion monster hunting next. It’s pretty much all monster fighting, with Candlestick in support. The creepy figure watching is interesting – there does seem to be a lot of those about!
Following on from her latest mini-series Robyn is back in ‘Pro Bono’ taking ona task of finding a missing kid. This was interesting as we know Robyn is having some problems and we get a closer look at those behind it all. We still haven’t got any ‘why’s yet though! I did enjoy the fight scene.
From the Grimm Universe to the Grimm Tales of Terror in the next story and this looks to be a build up to a later story. I really enjoyed it though – a good origin, with some excellent art. I wonder where it will lead, but I bet it will be gruesome! (another area I was unaware of the myths around too!)
Finally a nice demon fighting story from Mystere in “With A Little Help From My Friends”. I like that Mystere is still learning about her powers and the way this one was fought, it made sense. Talking of sense, this gives a nice sense of direction!

A good taste of what is to come from the Grimm Universe!

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