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. Baba Yaga, the Goblin Queen, and the Queen of Spades are a titanic trio, but there may be something that stop them in their quest for power…Don’t miss the baddest series in the history of Grimm Fairy Tales.
Picking up where we left off, Sela and Nathan are fighting back a horde of demon creatures that were sent by the Bad Girls to start ravaging the world. Now chaos spreads across the realms and it looks as though these villainesses finally have the upper hand. However, there may yet still be hope. This issue continues the superhero trend from the previous one and there’s definitely no love-lost here.
I’m still enjoying that classic hero book feeling from this series. Joey Esposito really knows how to appeal to that type of audience and I like his work all the more for it. Cameos from other series are abundant as the heroes trudge onwards. I gotta say, I’m really liking the direction this book is going in.
One thing that kinda bothered me, was that the art seemed incomplete in some panels. Lines were absent and the colors just created their own borders. The artwork looks awesome otherwise. With a lot of my qualms, it’s not something that’s going to take me out of the story, it’s just an annoyance.
The second issue of Bad Girls keeps things fresh and interesting. Heck, they keep adding more girls to the series, how can you go wrong. Believe me when I say it’s not a bad idea to pick up issue two of Bad Girls. For more info on this book and where to get it, visit the Zenescope website, or the Zenescope Facebook page.
Geek-o-Rama received a copy of this book for the purpose of this review. All thoughts, comments and opinions are 100% those of the individual reviewer.