… and while I’m in the Fairy Tale Mood, GFT Vol. 7 this week!

Grimm Fairy Tales TPB #7 (Zenescope – Brusha / Tedesco / Gregory / various)

Fairy Tales and Fables have been passed down from generation to generation throughout the world for hundreds of years. But there has never been an adaptation quite like this! An egotistical and prideful lion reluctantly accepts help from a little mouse and finds that returning the favor is both loyal and dangerous. A scorpion hitches a ride across a dangerous river on the back of a skeptical frog who decides to take a leap of faith. But can a killer change his nature? A couple discovers a goose that lays golden eggs but will greed overcome them and prove to be their ultimate downfall. Six new fairy tales retold and re-imagined with six incredible new twists that will leave you wanting more!Fairy Tales and Fables have been passed down from generation to generation throughout the world for hundreds of years. But there has never been an adaptation quite like this! An egotistical and prideful lion reluctantly accepts help from a little mouse and finds that returning the favor is both loyal and dangerous. A scorpion hitches a ride across a dangerous river on the back of a skeptical frog who decides to take a leap of faith. But can a killer change his nature? A couple discovers a goose that lays golden eggs but will greed overcome them and prove to be their ultimate downfall. Six new fairy tales retold and re-imagined with six incredible new twists that will leave you wanting more!

This 168 page volume covers GFT #37-42 plus a new short story “The Collection”.   Seven fantastic tales and a pin-up / cover gallery at $15.99 is a pretty solid deal.  This volume’s run covers four classic interpretation, the intro to the Marcy Dante (more supernatural thriller and less fantasy horror) series and my personal fav, Baba Yaga.  Buying this is an easy call, it is tough to get your hands on any of the earlier volumes (if you can, jump on it) and I have never heard  of  collected Grimm Fairy Tales leading to buyer’s remorse.  I doubt your locally-owned comic shop will be able to keep these on the shelf, reserve yours now.

Bottom line: A solid price for a exceptionally fun read!

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Updated: March 1, 2010 — 2:20 pm

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