Grimm Fairy Tales Presents Oz: Reign of the Witch Queen #4

Grimm Fairy Tales Presents Oz: Reign of the Witch Queen #4

Writer: Jeff Massey Artist: Antonio Bifulco Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: August 26, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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The epic OZ trilogy CONTINUES!

With Warlord finally ensnared in their trap, Dorothy Gale, Thorne, Smynth, and Adraste unleash their combined might against the Destroyer of Hope! But even with Zamora distracted in distant Abraxas, Warlord seems poised to crush their hopes once again... unless someone makes the ultimate sacrifice. Magic, warfare, and sudden-but-inevitable betrayals reign in the Land of Oz!

  • 10
    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez Aug 26, 2015

    I cannot wait to see what will happen next as mother and daughter reunite. Ironic that at the start, Dorothy kept rejecting the notion that she was nothing like Zamora and yet, as the story progressed, we start to see how much her influence had coloured her judgments. Of course, we are all a product of our parents, but with Dorothy, she never knew her mother, just Uncle Henry and Aunt Em; but, as she started to take responsibility for being The Gale, she had to know in the back of her mind that all of her mother's evil was in part due to her being taken away and just wanted to bring her family back together again. What will happen now that her greatest wish has been fulfilled? Will they live happily ever after … probably not! Read Full Review

  • 9.6
    SciFiPulse - Patrick Hayes Sep 20, 2015

    I'm completely taken with the scale of this series as good fights evil, and seems to be in danger of losing. Recommended. Read Full Review

  • 8.5 - Harrison Rawdin Aug 26, 2015

    Grimm Fairy Tales presents Oz: Reign of the Witch Queen #4 is asuccess on several levels. With a sturdy creative team and a rock solid cliffhanger the purchase of this issue seems like a must for any thatmight find themselves to be interested in an awesome ride. Read Full Review

  • 7.6
    Graphic Policy - Edward Wendt Aug 28, 2015

    While this might not really feel like Oz, it equally does not mean that it is very bad either. Going off the script is fine if the creative team has a grasp on where it is going, and although this is not really a natural progression of Baum's story, it still makes enough sense from a story telling standpoint. The second series in for Grimm Fairy Tales' Oz was a lot more off the mark than this series, and while the denizens of Oz have never looked like this or acted like this, it is still an interesting enough tale with a couple of twists to keep things interesting. Read Full Review

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