- Paperback: 120 pages
- Publisher: Zenescope; 01 edition (14 Aug. 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1937068323
- ISBN-13: 978-1937068325
- Product Dimensions: 17.5 x 1.5 x 25.7 cm
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,384,618 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Grimm Fairy Tales: Neverland: Hook Paperback – 14 Aug 2012
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The story. Set one year after Grimm Fairy Tales: Neverland (Grimm Fairy Tales Presents...). Wendy and Nathan are in a relationship. Nathan is starting to have dreams about Pan and Neverland hinting his younger brother might be alive. Then is New York murders are being committed with Pan's MO. The police are baffled then Wendy and her nephews are attacked by the creature and saved by Tinker Belle, who is hurt during the rescue but buys enough time for Nathan to arrive. Teased with more hints about his brother Nathan decides to take the fight to Neverland. When he arrives he finds a world at war. This time Nathan has the fate of two worlds on his hook.
Good story and art work. The action is ok all in all a good continuation of Neverland, can't wait for Neverland Age of Darkness due out later in 2014. Also as a bonus, apart from the beautiful cover gallery, there is also the complete first issue (an issue not the TP) of Alice in Wonderland (Grimm Fairy Tales), making it that my much better value for money.
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Now back to the review for this story.
For starters, I was disappointed that Zenescope didn't bother to keep the same artist like they did for 'Neverland.' Instead they decided to do what they did with most of their comics, used a variety of artists. That includs both good and bad artists. Wasn't too happy about that!
The story is okay, just a few cliches that had me rolling my eyes over and over again. I even put down the book twice because I was finding this typical! For starters, ANOTHER FAIRY EXISTS! Wow! So Tinker Belle was never the last of her kind, nope never expected another fairy to reapper or anything of the sort to happen. (I'm being sarcastic here). There was another typical scene I wanted to explain but I don't want to spoil it for those who have not read this yet.
Also, I felt that this was quickly rushed, especially the ending. Everything was being explained in two pages or less as they moved along with the story. I wasn't able to enjoy the moment of any of the scences nor the Wendy incident. Absolutely no emotion came from me as I finished this book. Perhaps some disappointment since it was nowhere near as good as the first one.
Overall, it was okay, I just expected more from this book then what I was given.
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