Grimm Fairy Tales Annual #1 – Review

by on Aug.10, 2011, under Syndicated from the Web

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by: RFR Casket Crew Denise

What if nursery rhymes and fables fell into the wrong hands? Would story-time ever be the same? The first ever Grimm Fairy Tales Annual features six nursery rhymes and bedtime stories retold with the same terrifying twists.

For horror fans, Grimm Fairy Tales is an absolute gem. We’ve all heard that the original Grimm Brothers tales were dark stories; they meant to scare more than anything else. And now we have Grimm Fairy Tales.

Grimm Fairy Tales Annual from Zenescope

Grimm Fairy Tales Annual from Zenescope

In this annual issue, we have Jack and Jill who find that sometimes the term “undying love” should be taken literally. The Old Woman in the Shoe finds her years of dishing out torment might come back to bite her while Peter Pumpkin Eater is just a simple man so in love with his wife he will do anything to keep her. Little Boy Blue realizes tht betraying those near and dear can have dire consequences.

Grimm Fairy Tales enters a world where fairy tales and nursery rhymes will never be the same…again.

Grimm Fairy Tales Annual #1 was written by Christian Beranek, Tommy Castillo, Raven Gregory, Linda Ly, Ralph Tedesco and JC Tyler. The art was by Tommy Castillo, Mark Dos Santos, Daniel Leisfer, Tone Rodriguez, Nei Ruffino and Ed Sherman. This book was published by Zenescope.

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