Grimm Fairy Tales #60

Writer: Dave Franchini Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: May 25, 2022 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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Skye Mathers is far away from the home she knows, and the faces surrounding her are even less friendly in the cold and mechanical steampunk world of Oz she finds herself in. Trapped within a universe that runs on steam power, whose inhabitants feed off the blood of others, Skye and her allies must find a way to set things right here, even if it means they might never make it back to the universe they call home.
  

  • 9.6
    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez May 25, 2022

    While we may have desperately wished for a moving pseudo-reunion between bewildered daughter and doppelgnger mother, this issue is a disheartening departure from the expected, leaving loyal readers to ponder if this fated meeting will ever be presented with satisfying intent, for both Skye and a troubled audience. But as the usually spectacular artwork and enthralling colors subtly contribute to the disappointment due to an overabundance of narrative information obscuring the artistic presentation, these momentary distractions are soon forgotten once the captivating story returns to what is desired, creating an immersive treat as the issue reaches an exciting conclusion. But as we wonder what lies in wait for Skye and Julia, it is the lingering questions connected to an unsettling meeting which make us question if our concerns will be addressed, or will a need for survival be more important than deciding how a gripping conciliation will fit into this troubled dimension. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comical Opinions - Gabriel Hernandez May 27, 2022

    GRIMM FAIRY TALES (VOL. 2) #60 has plenty of colorful action, solid dialog, and genuine stakes, but the main plot with Skye and Julia is a rehash of the same story retold multiple times in this arc. Shangs efforts carry the story, and thats too much weight to bear for a supporting character in a B Plot. Read Full Review

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