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Zenescope Presents a new ongoing series that promises to be one of the hottest independent titles of the year. After the milestone events of Grimm Fairy Tales #50 creatures from the realm of Myst have escaped into our world. Captured by the evil Baba Yaga for her sinister plans they are about to cause major havoc on earth. Written by Raven Gregory (Zenescope's Wonderland trilogy) with artwork by David Miller, this first arc revisits the characters and story from the very first issue of Grimm Fairy Tales - Little Red Riding Hood. Brittany, our hero from issue #1 is back, working in a treatment center for adolescents. Little does she know that something from another realm has caught her scent and will stop at nothing to find and destroy her before her true purpose is revealed. Features three covers including one by superstar artist J. Scott Campbell.

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Not What I Had Assumed 0

For years I had assumed that the Grimm Fairy Tales series was an anthology horror series that offered up scantily clad victims who suffered horrible deaths based on old childhood folklore. Honestly though, the part of me that grew up with Friday the 13 movie marathons and Texas Chainsaw Massacre shop class jokes wanted to check the book out, but many comic shops didn’t support the series and I allowed myself to move on without paying it much attention. A few years later, I finally managed to gra...

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Was that so hard? 0

That the main series of Grimm Fairy Tales has deviated away from its core into something else all-together is a loss for the company, but in the case of the other ongoing monthly series things aren’t quite as bad as they could be.  This takes an interesting angle by looking at some of the characters seen in the other series, only here in greater detail, and in reference to how it will affect the whole of the safety of Earth.  This revisits the story of Little Red Riding Hood, or as she is otherw...

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