Grimm Fairy Tales: Bad Girls #1 was written by Joey Esposito and pencilled by Rafael Lanhellas, Eduardo Garcia, and Marco Cosentino. This book, which deals with a gathering of the most evil women in the Grimm Universe, will pique your interest for several reasons.
For one, the story can be interesting enough to keep turning the pages, even though it’s a bit cliched in places. Once I was finished, I wanted to see the next issue just to see how the good guys (sort of) would react from the first issues problems.
I do like the artwork in the story, but some may find it a bit over-the-top with the outfits. The settings from scene to scene were nicely done and it didnt confuse me about where the story was from moment to moment.
The characters were unique, and it made me want to understand how they do things in the story. Why were the women pooling their powers? Who was the woman they were going after? Does she get any help? Also, the book is women-centered, which is different from the usual men-driven stories. I can only think of a few books that are driven by strong female characters.
Overall, the book has enough going for it to catch a casual reader’s attention and would be worth a look.