Grimm Fairy Tales #55

Writer: Dave Franchini Artist: Babisu Kourtis Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: December 29, 2021 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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After sparking a full-blown revolution, Skye was lucky enough to escape with her life. But how she ended up here (and where, exactly, “here” is?) is a question in itself. Surviving betrayals on a cyber-enhanced world is one thing, but can she make her way through the underbelly of her new surroundings? What dark secrets lie ahead for the Guardian of the Nexus?

Don’t miss this next chapter in Skye’s universe-shattering adventure!

  • 10
    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez Dec 29, 2021

    As we settle into a cynical film noir setting, it is this wondrous departure from unrelenting action which allows the reader to momentarily relax until the smoky drama returns with unrelenting ferocity, ruthlessly reminding the audience that Skye's journey through alternate realities is not meant to be pleasant, all while prompting the reader to recall that the Guardian is need wherever she may land. With spectacular illustrations punctuated by stunning colors that immediately thrust the reader into this smoky atmosphere, one cannot but be drawn to fully embrace this moody setting with all of its nuanced sophistication, each page captivating us due to its hauntingly beautiful style. However as the story becomes darker in both palette and narrative tone, it is sad to speculate what our heroines will be forced to face as one of their own falls to the cruelty of this realm, showing no mercy for the unprepared or those foolish enough to stand in the way of the supposed masters of this worl Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comical Opinions - Gabriel Hernandez Dec 30, 2021

    GRIMM FAIRY TALES (VOL. 2) #55 drops Skye and Julia into the next, novel universe for an interesting amalgam of classic gangster hijinx and monsters. The art is decent enough and the story gets the job done, but the universe of the month model is starting to feel formulaic. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Jan 3, 2022

    The use of familiar tropes helps to clarify what's happening in these pages, but there are still a lot of moving parts and the art is oddly inconsistent. If you've been around for a while, it likely makes more sense. Read Full Review

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