This series has been through some ups and downs, but this one surprisingly proves more effective at showing off the narrator Keres as the more complex character, one that has been lurking in the background, acting as an arbiter of justice, though often on her own terms. As an issue which the publisher is providing for free (under certain conditions) this serves as a good vessel for the introduction of the character and the concept to a wider fan base. And while this is not the strongest example for this series, it still serves as a good example of the quality that Zenescope is capable of when people looked past their covers. Read Full Review
Grimm Tales of Terror #9 is another great addition to the growing Zenescope line, and a fine example of horror comics done right. If you're not reading this book yet, you are really missing out on one of the most genuinely exciting and scary books being published today. Read Full Review
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