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Comic Review: Fairy Quest Outlaws (Day 7 of the 30 Day challenge.)

I have to admit, I am a pretty big comic reader. Especially on my commute to work to avoid raising data charges on my cellphone. I just finish a book and wanted to review it today. The book is called “Fairy Quest Outlaws”. It was written by Batman writer Paul Jenkins, who is also known for his Hellblazer as well as his Marvel’s Civil War tie in, Civil War: The Front Line. The artist is Humberto Ramos, who is known for drawing the Amazing Spiderman as well as the Spectacular Spiderman runs for Marvel. Their Collaborations in this story is extraordinary. The book is very visually appealing and the story is pretty phenomenal. I am not quite sure if it’s in stores, but I know they are showing it off at Comic Conventions. I was a Kickstarter supporter and received a copy as a prize.

Paul Jenkins and Humberto Ramos’ Fairy Quest Outlaws

In this self published book and fan backed, It begins with a mother reading a bedtime story to her child. The story was Little Red Riding Hood and the big, bad Wolf. This wasn’t the original story; it was the day job of these fairytales. Red Riding Hood had become friends with the wolf and even gives him treats on the way to Grandma’s. Once their friendship was discovered, Mister Grimm wants to erase their memories with his giant mind erase machine and continue the tradition of their dislike for each other. When being summoned to having a full mind recovery, Red Riding Hood flees for her shake in hopes to make it to the real world. Now, the Fablewood gang is after her, including her own Grandma.

I highly recommend this book. It was an amazing read and I can hardly express my enthusiasm for the next story to come out on this post.

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