Grimm Fairy Tales #125

Grimm Fairy Tales #125

Writer: Patrick Shand Artist: Chris Johnson Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: August 31, 2016 Cover Price: $9.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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The grand finale of Zenescope's longest running title is here in this over-sized event issue! Sela, the students of Arcane Acre, and the Realm Knights, enter the final battle against Bloody Bones! Wonderland, Neverland, Oz, Myst, and Earth must stand together against the greatest threat to ever threaten the realms of power.

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    The Fandom Post - Richard Gutierrez Aug 31, 2016

    Grimm Fairy Tales is the foundation of the Zenescope mythology, and as such, to see a close to this series is tantamount to a symbolic passing of the torch to the next generation of titles. Every character within the Grimm Universe owes their existence to Guardian Sela Mathers and her big red book, for without her there would be no one to tell their story or give them a purpose within the Realms. She is the cornerstone of Zenescope, and though Belinda was at first her foil, she eventually became a trustworthy friend, with the pair becoming the standard for the originality and cutting edge interpretations of classic faerie tales. This issue may signal the completion of one pilgrimage, but with it we are exposed to a new nexus and new worlds, never-ending into infinity. The singular phrase on the last page says it all " The End. But, I don't like to think of this an ending, for nothing is truly over, but a new beginning to grander worlds and even more awe-inspiring adventures. Read Full Review

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    Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes Aug 31, 2016

    I was recently in my local comic shop, shooting the breeze and I discovered that they don't stock Zenescope books, which goes to prove that there is possibly too much product out there for retailers to choose from. Retailers will always gravitate towards the big icon's as those book sell and bring people into the store. Whilst I have not given this book or run the highest of scores over the past year, it has been consistent. Shand's storytelling is a kind of throwback to earlier days, with long running storylines and threads carried over, rather than writing for the trade paperback. Despite the lack of love for Zenescope from the majority of the North East UK, I for one will miss looking through this book.Thanks for the ride, Pat. Read Full Review

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