Comic Review: Grimm Vol. 2 #1 (Dynamite)

Maria Sanapo’s artwork pulls you in from the first frame in Caitlin Kittredge’s compelling supernatural thriller about a Juliette, who has a lot more than her police officer boyfriend to […]

Maria Sanapo’s artwork pulls you in from the first frame in Caitlin Kittredge’s compelling supernatural thriller about a Juliette, who has a lot more than her police officer boyfriend to protect her.

Caught in a heist gone south, Juliette learns that the one who has apparently set up is her long time friend from college Isabelle Carpenter. Convinced Izzy is innocent Juliette contacts her friends Rosalee and Trubel to help exonerate her. Unfortunately, Rosalee knows who these three witch mask-wearing robbers are, real witches (known as Wesen) by the name of the Weird Sisters.

After Juliette and her friends have come face to face with just how ruthless the Weird Sisters can be, Juliette realizes she must embrace the power she has inside of her. The power of a Hexenbiest.

Strong character development and fantastic character design keep you glued to every page. A great mix of action, suspense, and drama put this comic on my list of new series to read.

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