Grimm Fairy Tale #2: Halloween 2010 (Review)

by on Sep.16, 2011, under Syndicated from the Web

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by: RFR Casket Crew Denise

Grimm Fairy Tale Halloween #2

Grimm Fairy Tale Halloween #2

The second Grimm Halloween special arrives with a brand new original vampire story. when four vampire obsessed teens head out for a night on the town in search of the real thing. They quickly discover they have bitten off much more than they can chew. The group finds themselves face to face with an actual clan of real vampires who are intent on teaching the wannabe teens a horrifying lesson.

Now the way I understand it, most of you Deadites are not particular fans of Twilight. I know most if not all the crew finds Twilight a laughable offense – sparkling vampires. But nevertheless, Grimm’s Halloween issue ventures into that area. In fact, this issue, I think, mocks Twilight.

There is one particular scene I like. Our vampire obsessed teens arrive at a party covered in glitter. When they enter the party, all the guest stop and gawk at them. While this is a classic cliché, I got a good chuckle.

Once again the people at Grimm’s Fairy Tales have delivered an entertaining and twisted tale of Halloween and vampires.

This issue was written by Joe Brusha, Raven Gregory and Ralph Tedesco. The art was done by Marcio Abreu, Geldson Barreto and Alisson Rodrigues. It was published by Zenescope.

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