Grimm Fairy Tales #59

Writer: Dave Franchini Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: April 27, 2022 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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What evil secrets lurk within this steampunk world Skye finds herself in now? Beyond the iron and gears lies a darkness looking to feed upon the innocent lives who have found themselves here. With this new threat looming, will Skye ever get back to her universe? And if she does, will it even be the same one she left behind?

  • 10
    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez Apr 27, 2022

    As the destinations of our intrepid travelers menacingly collide against parallel realms, one cannot but wonder if some unseen hand may be guiding them, leading the heroes toward some twisted destination from which they may they cannot or may not want to leave, especially after witnessing their hopes dashed against unforgiving rocks of tragedy or embraced within the arms of someone they thought was lost. Encapsulated within fantastic illustrations which teasingly engross us within this undulating adventure and scintillating colors that taunt readers as to the veracity of what they see, it is these visual delights which gradually unfold and serve to heighten or depress the audience according to emotional circumstances, but with equally grand magnitude. And yet as the repercussive conclusion allows the faithful to question if their eyes mistake fantasy for reality, it is this brief glimmer of hope which teases us until the next issue, making us appreciate the strenuous wait for this flee Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Comical Opinions - Gabriel Hernandez Apr 27, 2022

    GRIMM FAIRY TALES (VOL. 2) #59 is a thought-provoking issue as the main characters are confronted with a world thats lost everything and is on the verge of annihilation. The philosophical question of How long do you hold on to hope? is front and center, and Franchini gives you plenty of reason to consider both sides of the question. The writing is strong, and the art is generally good, but a few rough spots with the inks brings the visual appeal down a notch or two. Read Full Review

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