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Review: The Little Mermaid #2

Of the many fairy tales explored and modified by Grimm Fairy Tales, it is probably the Little Mermaid that has had the weakest ride.  There have been those that have become good (like Little Red Riding Hood) and those that have become bad (Cinderella) but when it comes to the Little Mermaid, she is somewhere in between.   323 more words


Review: Robyn Hood #7

Fans of Zenescope‘s Grimm Fairy Tales series might have been a bit surprised when Robyn Hood was chosen as one of the first characters for her own ongoing series.   409 more words


Review: Grimm Tales of Terror #8

This series has done well enough when it has recaptured what made the original series so strong from Grimm Fairy Tales.  Instead of just telling a fairy tale, it managed to put that into a modern perspective with some issue that is enough of a problem in society so as to be worth addressing.   316 more words


Three Grimm Fairy Tales Characters That Should Have Their Own Series

Zenescope’s flagship franchise, Grimm Fairy Tales, has one of the strangest track records when it comes to its main characters.  There are very few comic companies that have their own shared universes (DC, Marvel, Dark Horse and IDW to a limited degree) but among them Zenescope is one where the majority of its main characters are female.   643 more words


Throw Back Thursday ~ Creepy Facts About Popular Fairy Tales

Ever wonder where some of your most favorite childhood fairy tales came from? Well, it might surprise you and frighten you a bit, but it’s interesting nonetheless. 475 more words


Trades Coming In February From Zenescope

Coming this month Zenescope will be releasing three trades. If you not reading any of these books it will be a good place to start. 276 more words


Preview: Grimm Fairy Tales: Arcane Acre Volume 1

Grimm Fairy Tales: Arcane Acre Volume 1 (GFT 101 – GFT 106)

Written by Pat Shand
Art by Andrea Meloni
Colors by Ivan Nunes

Collects issues #101 – 106. 79 more words