Grimm Fairy Tales Presents Oz: Reign of the Witch Queen #1

Grimm Fairy Tales Presents Oz: Reign of the Witch Queen #1

Writer: Jeff Massey Artist: Antonio Bifulco Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: April 29, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Part 3 of the epic OZ trilogy BEGINS!

The witch Zamora and the murderous Warlord have been routed, but for how long?

As Thorne, Scarecrow, Tin Man, Smynth, and Adraste rally the Good Peoples of Oz, civil war and flying monkeys threaten the Realm of Hope. Dorothy Gale saved Oz once before, but who will save it from Dorothy Gale?

  • 9.0
    Critical Blast - Mike Maillaro Apr 28, 2015

    This was a very good comic. It captured the magic of Oz perfectly and should appeal to new readers and Oz fans alike. I believe this is the end of Zenescope's Oz stories (the email Zenescope sent me with my preview copy says "Reign of the Witch Queen completes the ongoing OZ saga that began back in 2013"). While you can enjoy this issue without having to go back and buy the earlier issues, I am probably going to go back and pick up the rest. same with other Grimm series. I enjoyed this issue that much. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez May 30, 2015

    This new series continues from Grimm Fairy Tales Presents: Warlord of Oz which is proceeded by Grimm Fairy Tales Presents: Oz. Without knowledge of the mythology presented in these series, a fledgling reader will not be able to follow along and will be hopelessly lost in a haunted forest or worse yet, a poppy field. Oh! Lions and tigers and bears. Oh my!However, if you are a faithful Zenescope reader and have kept up with Dorothy's adventures in Oz, then this is a great continuation of the series. The sombre mood remains intact from Warlord and this issue ends with the wonderment of what will happen next! Read Full Review

  • 7.6
    Graphic Policy - Edward Wendt Apr 30, 2015

    It is not so much that the series manages to stand out in its own right, but rather that it is far better than what has come before in the Oz stories from Zenescope. That being said there are still some problems as this series aims to wrap up the stories, which will presumably also thrown Dorothy to the forefront of the Grimm Fairy Tales universe as a hero of equal worth to Sela Mathers or Calie Liddle. It might seem as though the bizarre road to doing so might finally have gotten serious with this issue, and this deserves a look for fans of the overall universe to at least see if they can get this series on track as it would seem to be here. Read Full Review

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