Horror fans have something took look forward to, as Zenescope Entertainment returns to its horror roots with the launch of Grimm Tales of Terror.
“GRIMM FAIRY TALES and WONDERLAND, and of course our SE7EN prequel back in 2006 were all definitely spawned from horror. This brings those elements back into the forefront a little more than they have been. With Grimm Tales of Terror, we’re blending horror with some dark humor and delving into urban legends, classic horror stories from Poe, and even original stories. It’s going to be a lot of fun.” – Ralph Tedesco, writer and co-creator
I do remember the days of Grimm Fairy Tales that were heavy on the cheesecake, thanks to artists like the late Al Rio, with that twist of Twilight Zone horror that turned classic fairy tales on their ear. Zenescope has continued to weave interesting tales over the years, and even new readers to the series, like our own Matthew Peterson, have gotten in on the solid storylines.
“Fans of our original GFT issues, Tales from the Crypt, and Twilight Zone will feel right at home with Tales of Terror. It features retellings of classic and beloved stories, and also some new ones that will prove just as tantilizing. And then you have the deeply moody art of Antonio Bifulco that is sure to thrill and terrify. This is really a series no horror fan should miss.” – Nicole Glade, editor
Check out the four variant covers for the series that arrives July, 2014.