Inferno: Rings Of Hell #1

Inferno: Rings Of Hell #1

Writer: Mike Wolfer Artist: Fernando Argosino Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Release Date: August 13, 2014 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Following the events of Grimm Fairy Tales #100, The Dark Horde is victorious and the Age of Darkness has begun on Earth.

As the Dark Queen rules over all, one of her orders of business includes a plan for revenge on her step-daughter, Lucifer. And the Queen will stop at nothing to capture both Lucifer and Mercy Dante with the idea to kill them in a unique and epic fashion.

  • 8.0
    Horror Talk - James Ferguson Aug 22, 2014

    This first issue of Inferno: Rings of Hell is largely setup for the rest of the mini-series.  It sets everything in motion for the events to come that will challenge Lucifer and Mercy with the fate of the Inferno itself at stake.  If you thought that the Age of Darkness couldn't get any more epic, just wait until you read this issue.  Every corner of the Grimm Universe is affected and from the looks of things, many of its residents won't make it out alive. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Front Towards Gamer - Lido Aug 12, 2014

    That friendship makes the ending plummet into Hell feel almost more like the beginnings of an 80s action buddy comedy than anything else and honestly that would be a great direction for Inferno Rings of Hell to take. Bottom line: the characters are fun to be around, the central conflict blends grounded situationalism and high fantasy expertly, and the whole thing has enjoyable personality up the wazoo, recommended. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Project-Nerd - Shawn Vogt Aug 13, 2014

    To sum up, I didn't dislikeInferno: Rings of Hell, and I wasn't blown away by it (obviously), either. My feelings are much more middle-of-the-road. The story and characters have potential; unfortunately, it's not being realized yet. The art has flaws but still shows hints of the artist's true talent. I really want to keep an eye on Fernando Argosino; he has the potential to become a very good artist. The plotting is the downfall of the book. The pacing and characterization are just lacking. Diehard fans and completists may enjoy this new miniseries, but I plan on skipping the rest of the ride. Read Full Review

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