Grimm Fairy Tales Presents Hunters: The Shadowlands #1

Grimm Fairy Tales Presents Hunters: The Shadowlands #1

Writer: Raven Gregory Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: May 22, 2013 Critic Reviews: 3
7.2Critic Rating
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The prelude to the biggest Grimm Universe event is here! Roman, Helsing, Masumi, Elijah, and Sela are the greatest monster hunters the world has ever known. That is until they all find themselves trapped in another dimension...a place of horror known only as the Shadow Realm. A prison to the most terrifying monsters in all of creation and also home to something much much worse. Will the Hunters escape and find a way back to earth or is their arrival merely a precursor to a new terror being UNLEASHED on the Grimm Universe? From the writer of FLY, the Wonderland trilogy and Irresistible comes the new exciting series where the hunters have officially become the hunted. Welcome to the bottom of the food chain.

  • 8.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Harrison Rawdin May 22, 2013

    Grimm Fairy Tales presents Hunters: The Shadowlands #1 is a solid release that comes recommended. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Front Towards Gamer - PNeafsey May 16, 2013

    With such a diverse cast the pacing inspires a desire to know more about each of the characters. As a part of the Grimm Fairy Tales Unleashed event, Hunters is a great chance to learn more specifically about each of member of this elite group. Hopefully future issues continue to highlight each of the other four characters in a similar manner to Roman so we learn more about them without completely dedicating an issue to each member. This format might leave some wishing for more insight in each individual book, but could be a benefit the series in the long run if utilized right. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal May 22, 2013

    If you can't tell, I still have mixed feelings about this book. I really wanted to follow Roman in his I Am Legend isolation for the entire issue as it was the best part. Everything afterwards came across as a strange experiment in storytelling that didn't blend with the opening. The art on the other hand held my attention and made me crave more. I'll definitely keep an eye on this series, but it's not as strong as it could have been which is starting to become a trend with the tie-in series. Read Full Review

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