Am I the only onewho was a little disappointed in this book based on the covers alone? Four of the five covers are total cheesecake. Scantily-clad girls and monsters. All I saw in the book were monsters. If the Grimm Universe is your thing, then you'll dig the2014 Halloween Special. Read Full Review
Again, not so much a Halloween book, and definitely less Halloweeny than last year where it just felt like a goofy excuse to draw horror monsters, which honestly was an attitude I appreciated. Still, this issue actually bothers to have character development and some thread to the main plot, as well as a shocking lack of cheap T&A, so really it's up to your tastes which direction was more successful. If you don't already read Grimm Fairy Tales there isn't anything here worth investing in, but if you are a regular reader, this Special might be necessary for the character development. Read Full Review
There is very little actual horror here at all, only looking at some of the nightmares of the characters in passing. It is not even really clear who the protagonist of this is either. The end result is an issue which loses any chance it had at success before it began. Read Full Review
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