This issue of Grimm Tales of Terror colourfully illustrates the concept of what would happen if the inmates took over the asylum. How appropriate that the story starts and ends with Keres greeting the visitors while smoking, almost as if she were Morpheus, the God of Sleep, puffing on an opium pipe. It is a pleasure that the team of Yockey, Watson and Rosete brings this insanity to life as the strength drains from your dreams when you finish this terror and then try to sleep tonight. Better keep the lights on " Read Full Review
Grimm Tales of Terror Volume 2 #4 is a downright fun trek in atitle that delivers on the tropes of the genre. Is it a bit silly? Yes. Is that a good thing? Absolutely and the best part: you can pick up this release and just enjoy without playing catch up on the whole series. Read Full Review
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