comiXology Summer Reading List Day 13: Grimm Fairy Tales: Helsing #1
Liesel Van Helsing’s life is shaken up when a mysterious package shows up at her door. Inside it is an old journal written by her father, the famed vampire hunter, Abraham Van Helsing. Desperate to find out who sent her the book, she discovers a clue which leads her on a voyage to Europe. What Helsing doesn’t know is that her journey is being manipulated by her father’s greatest nemesis!
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The last day of SXSW2014 has arrived and how bittersweet it is, but lets get to why you’re all here: FREE COMICS! The first free comic of the day is Grimm Fairy Tales vol. 1 just head over to the redeem page and use the code SXGRIMM and it’s yours!
Red Riding Hood is forced to confront the insatiable hunger of terrifying beast; Cinderella seeks a shocking vengeance for the years of torture she’s endured; Hansel & Gretel realize that the problems they left behind at home are nothing compared to the horror that awaits them on their ill-advised journey; A desperate girl makes a deal with the hideous Rumpelstiltskin only to find she may lose much more than she ever imagined; Sleeping Beauty learns that narcissism can be a very gruesome trait to possess and an envious sister finds her extreme measures to capture the man of her dreams may lead to much worse than just heartbreak from the Robber Bridegroom.
Enter a world where morality is constantly tested and the shocking repercussions of one’s choices must always be faced.
Enter the world of Grimm Fairy Tales.
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Uh… We don’t think this one needs any commentary.
But if you really want some context it’s from Megalodon & Prehistoric Sharks from Zenescope…
Don’t worry Edestus, it’s not like I ever planned on going into the ocean ever again…
PS: The book that this is from, Megalodon & Prehistoric Sharks from Zenescope, is kind of amazing and ridiculous and I’m sure you’ll be seeing more from it soon because Shark Week.