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

While Juliette mourns over the death of Zoe, and the ruthlessness the weird sisters are capable of, she starts to lose control of the Hexenbiest within her. With the Weird […]

While Juliette mourns over the death of Zoe, and the ruthlessness the weird sisters are capable of, she starts to lose control of the Hexenbiest within her.

With the Weird Sisters scrambling to make sense of the map they have acquired, Rosalee discovers what exactly it is the sisters are in Portland for and Juliette fights for Izzie’s freedom only to realize she might not be as powerful as she believed.

Kittridge, Sanaopo, and Galindo really delve into the story while highlighting and showcasing the quintessential elements through truly grim artwork complimented by a perfectly matched colour palette courtesy of Chris O’Halloran.

With another beautiful issue in the bag, I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a great horror-suspense story. Great read and I cannot wait for the next issue.

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