What happens when the most evil and powerful female characters in the Grimm Universe join forces?
You’ll find out in this new miniseries that brings together an all star cast of girls that were born to be bad. The Mistress of Limbo has gathered together a team of allies from across the four realms of power. Will anyone be able to stand against the united power of Baba Yaga, the Goblin Queen and the Queen of spades? Don’t miss the baddest series in the history of Grimm Fairy Tales.
Now this is a Legion of Doom I can get behind! Joey Esposito weaves a tale akin to the classic super-villain team-ups from the big two. You’ve got four of the biggest female heavy-hitters in the Grimm Universe coming together to take out Sela Mathers once and for all. You just know that this won’t end well for Sela or anyone who gets in their way.
Very well written on Joey’s part. He’s given this book a very superhero-ish feel, which is always a big plus for me. You can definitely see it in the way the Bad Girls hatch their schemes and just the way that Sela handles herself throughout. The artwork also lends itself well to the story. It’s more stylized and fantastical, well suited for this less than realistic series.
The biggest problem for me was that I’m rather behind on the main Grimm Fairy Tale series, so a few of the characters weren’t really well known to me. In addition, I didn’t really know the whole situation, but if you’re caught up on everything from Zenescope, you should be ok.
Aside from my ignorance, I would definitely recommend giving this book a read. It not only gives you all the action of a hero story, but melds in Zenescope’s signature sexiness. I definitely wouldn’t mind having these Bad Girls as my arch-enemies. For more info on where to pick this up visit the Zenescope website or the Zenescope Facebook page.
Geek-o-Rama received a copy of this book in exchange for this review. All comments, thoughts and opinions belong solely to the individual reviewer and not Baba Yaga, we promise.