Topic: Comic Books - New
TODAY'S FEATURE IS BLOG #3716 - I'm going to 'review blog' the first four issues of the five issues in this Limited Comic Book Series from Zenescope Comics. I have posted two of the front covers from the four issues that have already been printed above.
Here's what the Publisher has as promo literature about the first four issues:
Grimm Fairy Tales presents The Jungle Book
Okay... So the above pretty much details out what the limited series has been about so far...
So what did think of it, considering the limited series is not yet concluded, (it will be in issue #5).
Well the first issue kind of took my attention, but I didn't have the other issues as of yet. So I waited to see what those issues would look like.
I received issues 2 - 4 all at one time, and read them all in sequence.
You know... Not Bad... Not Bad at all!
The storyline is different from the book I believe this series was based on... But overall, so far... This story is pretty darn good! And the art... Well the art is pretty darn good also! Sure, some of the animals presented could be illustrated a bit better, but overall... I think the artwork and the colors used fit the storyline quite well!
The multiple covers that are issued for each issue look okay from the thumbnails presented on the inside front covers... But I'm not really paying attention to those sales incentives.
I have found that the first four issues of this five issue story arc to be quite good, and wanted to bring this series to your attention in this blog!
My comic book grade for issues #1 - 4 equal out to a Very Fine / Near Mint (VF/NM) 9.0 grade, out of a possible 10.0 comic book grading scale.
Here's the link to Zenescope's page on their web site as to how you can obtain copies of this five issue limited series.
I'm hoping that issue #5 concludes this series arc satisfactorily... I am looking forward to reading it.
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