Grimm Fairy Tales Presents: Warlord Of Oz #1

Grimm Fairy Tales Presents: Warlord Of Oz #1

Writer: Joe Brusha Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: May 21, 2014 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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The second, epic installment of OZ is here!

Peace has been restored to Oz. The fallen Witch, Lynessa, and her sister, Zina, are fading into memory like a bad dream, soon to be remembered only in tales meant to frighten children. But there is one witch that still draws breath in Oz and she has not forgotten the power of her masters or the evil that they left behind. Soon the people of Oz will face a foe more frightening than any enemy that has come before... The Warlord of Oz has arrived!

  • 10
    Comic Bastards - Kimberly Gibson May 22, 2014

    The issue concludes with a tornado hitting Kansas once more to transport Dorothy back to Oz. I am undeniably hooked on this series. Even though I missed the previous arc, I don't feel lost in the information but I think I'm gonna go ahead and read everything that is Grimm Fairy Tales. I think this will be added to my new favorites. I love the whimsical aspect of the ar, it is so beautiful. I think it perfectly complements the story. I am impressed, Jeff Massey, Miguel Mendonca, and Grostieta. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Unleash The Fanboy - Harrison Rawdin May 20, 2014

    Grimm Fairy Tales presents Warlord of Oz #1 is a striking start to a journey that promises revelations, returns and even the occasional reunion. Recommended. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Project-Nerd - Aubrie Mar 13, 2015

    Basically, I felt like the Grimm Fairy Tales people had two machines: a Quick-Plot machine and a Sexy-Lady machine. And someone just fired up the machines and slapped color on whatever came out. It would have been a fine story if it were a 25-page intro for what happens next, but they stretched it out.It isn't substantial enough to hold up on its own. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson May 15, 2014

    The upshot of this all is that, even though bits of this story are pretty engaging, there's a few things working against it. The multiple jumps in time and dream sequences leave me confused, although the art does a pretty good job of distracting me from the cheesecake factor. All told, Warlord Of Oz #1 seems a bit confused, but does an admirable job of trying to update the characters and settings to a modern parlance, and features some lovely art, earning 3 out of 5 stars overall. If you're a fan of Oz and/or of the Zenescope universe, this book may be right up your alley… Read Full Review

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