Grimm Fairy Tales #43

Writer: Dave Franchini Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: December 16, 2020 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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There once was a shadow who didn't like being a shadow, and a girl who couldn't handle the world around her. They chose one day that it might be better to switch places to see if they could help each other out. It worked! But what they did was forbidden and what became of their partnership neither of them saw coming.
Don't miss this new twisted tale spinning from the Dark Book in the next issue of Grimm Fairy Tales!

  • 10
    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez Dec 16, 2020

    It is sincerely welcoming and reassuring to have this issue create a meaningful transition for Allexa's descent into darkness, with the Sam and Skye watching helplessly as they see an innocent former Guardian slowly consumed by the maliciousness of the Dark Book, only to have their shock reflected upon the reader once we realize the truth behind Shang's kidnapping and his true captor. With a stunning array of artistic impressions and techniques wonderfully telling her story and the even more powerful effort of resounding colors which serve to bring them all together, this issue is a memorable event which will be hard to forget, even as the seriousness of the tale reverberates upon loyal fans as we consider the fallout of what is to come. But as the repercussions of such a novel turn resounds within our collective consciousness, it is the gravity of these facts which we cannot ignore once we consider the connection with Shang " and it things will ever be the same again. Read Full Review

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    Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes Dec 16, 2020

    In the past, I have given Zenescope plenty of leeway in regards to their products. I don't mind their aim to provide to their target audience, though I do wish they would put the effort in to deliver a higher quality of book; in both writing and art. If they fail to do so, they mind find that the myriad of indie books may prove to be too much competition. Read Full Review

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