Grimm Fairy Tales Presents: Godstorm #4

Grimm Fairy Tales Presents: Godstorm #4

Writer: Patrick Shand Artist: Jason Johnson Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: February 13, 2013 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Father and son face off in an all-out battle that threatens to rip the world in two. Venus stands revealed as the mass manipulator, and Julian's horrific history as the evil god Zagreus is uncovered. As his humanity fades away, Julian's rage is directed at the one man who was never there for him - Zeus... his father. And only one will survive...the Godstorm.

  • 8.0
    One Quest - Chris Cobb Feb 14, 2013

    On the bright side Zenescope is great at quick turn around on trades so it won't be long till a collected edition is available. To be honest that's probably the best way to read this story. Getting everything at once is way better than month by month with this kind of tale, it's like a movie you just don't want to wait for the next part. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Daniel Alvarez Feb 13, 2013

    Overall, a fine conclusion to Godstorm. Zeus, one of the better characters, gets plenty of page-time. While Julian was pretty unlikable throughout, we do have the return of the Three-Headed Hell Hound Cerberus, so there's always that. Plus The Being unveils himself with great dialogue and brutality. (Sadly his design is just a bit on thegenericside.) I look forward to seeing what comes next. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Geekality - Worm VonChaos Feb 19, 2013

    This is part four of four of the mini-series from the people who brought you Grim Fairy Tales. We pick it up after Venus and Julian just defeated Neptune and are about to battle his father Zeus. After a short fight Zeus is nearly defeated until Heather(Zeuss daughter) shows up to save her father and fix her brother. After all is said and done Neptune returns, Zeus locks up his son and is about to banish Venus until her fate is decided elsewhere. This series wasnt awful but it was very cheesy. As for most Zenescope titles, this is full of busty mostly nude women and gory violence. That being said this was right up that ally. Shands story was cool mainly because it was an original idea. The art by Johnson looked great and flowed awesome with the story. The colors had a vibrant shinny look that tied everything all together well. If you can get through the campiness of this book you just may enjoy it, especially if you are into Greek Mythos or sexy half naked goddesses. Read Full Review

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