Joe Brusha Ralph Tedesco
- Title: Grimm Fairy Tales Vol. 9
- Author: Joe Brusha Ralph Tedesco
- ISBN: 9780982582626
- Page: 488
- Format: Paperback
Fairy tales and fables have been passed down from generation to generation throughout the world for hundreds of years But there has never been an adaptation quite like this Sela Mathers sets out on a dangerous journey to find the Limbo Key, the only thing that may be able to save her true love s soul She will be tested like never before, but she will also begin to discovFairy tales and fables have been passed down from generation to generation throughout the world for hundreds of years But there has never been an adaptation quite like this Sela Mathers sets out on a dangerous journey to find the Limbo Key, the only thing that may be able to save her true love s soul She will be tested like never before, but she will also begin to discover a unique power inside of her one which she will need to learn to use in order to survive the many dangers that lie ahead.Collecting six brand new Grimm Fairy Tales that reinvent the fables you loved as a child and will absolutely intrigue you as an adult.
Recent Comments "Grimm Fairy Tales Vol. 9"
I have to say that I really and truly enjoy Zenescope's series Grimm Fairy Tales and and all the various spinoffs (Neverland, Piper, etc). Unless something major happens I will continue to follow this series. My one and only gripe with it is the unnecessary and gratuitous sexuality and objectification of women within the pages. It truly has no place within the story. Now I am by no means a prude but they don't even try to give it purpose. They are no better than the creators over at the bigger p [...]
Once again, the absence of punctuation rears its ugly head. "I had a baby, Morrigan," is probably what the writer meant, when the character who had a baby was talking to The Morrigan. In fact what was written was "I had a baby Morrigan" which has a rather different meaning. No, really. The image of a baby Celtic death deity is difficult to ignore, once it starts running around in your headyou know, sucking its thumb as it commands ravens on the field of battle, that kind of thing.Otherwise, and [...]
This comic became so much better when it started to focus on an more complete storyline instead of one off fairy tales.
Another solid inter dimensional fun. Fairy tales re-imagined and with a fair bit of twist thrown in the mix. I love this series.
All of the issues in this volume are focused on the larger story arc relating to the inter-realms conflict, so there's no fairy tale in this one. There are hints and references of course, but I'm kinda missing the retelling of fairy tales now, since that was the original point of the series.The realm conflict, while interesting, is actually full of gaping plot holes that make little sense. (view spoiler)[Such as how a duck could dive further than a human, or how a supposedly powerful and dangero [...]
This series is really starting to slow down and go off in a direction that kind of bores me. There are no more horrific lessons taught with fairy tales to terrible people, now it's a sword and sorcery epic on another world between Sela and some kind of lord of darkness trying to take back his throne.
Read in February 2012.Read in December 2014.
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