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Review: Grimm Fairy Tales #67
From Zenescope Entertainment
Out now is the latest of the ongoing series from Zenescope Entertainment. Here are some thoughts on Grimm Fairy Tales #67
Taking over after the death of her mother, Sela, Skye Mathers is the new Guardian of the Nexus. With the help of Shang, her mentor, and her friends at Arcane Acre, she is learning the extent of her new powers and trying to figure out her place in protecting the universe.
Skye “Snow White” Mathers is home again, and is trying to put the pieces of her life back together. But the world has changed, a new evil is emerging, and Skye will find out firsthand that nothing at Arcane Acre can ever be the same.
STORY - JOE BRUSHA, RALPH TEDESCO, DAVE FRANCHINI & DAVID WOHL
WRITER - DAVE FRANCHINI
ARTWORK - BABISU KOURTIS
COLORS - JORGE CORTES
LETTERS - TAYLOR ESPOSITO of OF GHOST GLYPH STUDIOS
EDITOR - DAVID WOHL
Things look to be moving on quickly in this story. I was wondering if this issue would be all setup, but although the first half was, the action did build nicely and we moved onto the next phase of the story.
We have an imposter in Arcane Acre, and she is looking for something. This knowledge search is interesting as there is something she didn’t know about, which may be the key to her defeat.
How the team didn’t notice the change in Skye is interesting and annoying. Shang seems to have some knowledge at the back of his mind, and now would be a good time for him to remember.
We get a return of an enemy, too, with Skye using this to learn more about the threat of the old god’s return. She also picks up a little help that comes in useful at the end of the issue.
This issue had some good art, with some big spaces being shown. I like the rough pencils of the art, and it fits well with the story. There are some good character expressions too.
This was an enjoyable issue in the end, with some good movement on the larger story, and hopefully, we will get a clearer picture of the arc in the next issue.