While I'm pleased to see Wagner illustrating one of his greatest creations again, I'm a little underwhelmed by the finished product. As part of Grendel tradition, every Hunter Rose story is colored in black, white, and red shades. Typically, this leads to some rather interesting effects as pages become more and more drenched in blood. However, Wagner just doesn't go far enough with this series. Most pages are completely lacking in any shades of red, resulting in a fairly bland overall look. If Gotham City can have a red skyline in Batman: The Animated Series, why not Grendel's New York? Read Full Review
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