Grimm Fairy Tales #83

Grimm Fairy Tales #83

Writer: Troy Brownfield Artist: Gaetano Petrigno, Salvador Velazquez Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: March 27, 2013 Critic Reviews: 3
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Jack Frost Part 1
Looking for a fresh start on earth Sela goes back to the one thing she has always has done well...teaching. Aided by an old friend her slate has been wiped clean and the record of events that led her to jail time in the Shoe are now buried. No sooner has she set up shop at her new job she falls into her old habits...using her powers to protect her students from both the dark powers that surround them and themselves. But seldom has Sela encountered an enemy as cold and deadly as the one she faces evil power known as Jack Frost.

  • 8.0
    Geekality - Worm VonChaos Mar 26, 2013

    Here begins the new arc called Jack Frost. Sela is unexpectedly called to a prep school for a job, later finding out that the person who sent for her was Shang who she though was dead. She discovers a suicide that happened at the school which needs investigating. The story brings up the large real life issue of bullying which leads to revenge via a creature using ice as its weapon. There wasnt much going on in this issue until the last couple pages but it set the story up for an interesting arc. The art is very typical for the series with nothing special and huge boobs. The coloring is bright and pleasant. It was cool to see them bring up hot button topics in the story, bullying is a tough thing these days. Id like to see where the story goes from here, if it can stay interesting Ill keep on it. For fans of this series, Im sure youll dig it with a spoon! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Harrison Rawdin Mar 26, 2013

    Grimm Fairy Tales #83 is another solid entry in this sterling franchise. Recommended. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Major Spoilers - Danielle Luaulu Mar 30, 2013

    This would be a good time to jump into the Grimm original series. It's a new chapter and it pays homage to where it all started. If you've missed out on these books prior, and are a little familiar with the earliest issues, this is a good time to hop back on the GFT bandwagon. There's an interesting plot brewing and it looks to be a good one. Read Full Review

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