Grimm Fairy Tales Presents: The Little Mermaid

Grimm Fairy Tales Presents The Little Mermaid Zenescope s modernized re imagining of the age old tale has arrived You know the mermaid who dreamed of being human but what happened after After escaping the clutches of the Sea Witch Erica finds h

Brothers Grimm Video Fairy Tales, Games and Activities Grimm Fairy Tales Classic Video Fairy Tales, Games and Activities The True Story of the Real Brothers Grimm Jacob Ludwig Carl Grimm was born in January , , in Hanau, Germany. Grimms Fairy Tales Grimm s Fairy Tales Grimm s Fairy Tales This book contains tales collected by the brothers Grimm The exact print source is unknown The etext appears to be based on the translation by Margaret Hunt called Grimm s Household Tales, but it is not identical to her edition Some of the translations are slightly different, the arrangement also differs, and the Grimm s scholarly notes are not included. Grimms Fairy Tales Grimmstories Grimms Fairy Tales The complete fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm Cinderella Hansel and Gretel Little Red Riding Hood Rapunzel Rumpelstiltskin Sleeping Beauty Little Briar Rose The seven ravens The frog king or Iron Henry Snow white Godfather Death The wolf and the seven young kids Maid Maleen Snow White and Rose Red. Read Brothers Grimm fairy tales online World of Tales Notes This fairy tale collection contains of the Grimm s fairy tales This new Dover edition, first published in , is an unabridged republication of the work first published by Macmillan and Company in Grimm Fairy Tales comics Grimm Fairy Tales is a Dark fantasy comic book series by Zenescope Entertainment that presents classic fairy tales, albeit with modern twists or expanded plots It began publication in June .

  • Title: Grimm Fairy Tales Presents: The Little Mermaid
  • Author: Meredith Finch MiguelMendonça
  • ISBN: 9781942275121
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Paperback
  • Zenescope s modernized re imagining of the age old tale has arrived You know the mermaid who dreamed of being human, but what happened after After escaping the clutches of the Sea Witch, Erica finds herself captive to a far worse entity Even if she embraces the dark power the Sea Witch bestowed upon her, it still may not be enough to grant her freedom She needs both heZenescope s modernized re imagining of the age old tale has arrived You know the mermaid who dreamed of being human, but what happened after After escaping the clutches of the Sea Witch, Erica finds herself captive to a far worse entity Even if she embraces the dark power the Sea Witch bestowed upon her, it still may not be enough to grant her freedom She needs both her parents to help her escape But with the city of Atlantis at stake, the sacrifice might be too great.

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    1. The story was too fast paced, the characters were flat, their back story was hastily dealt with and one of the plot points remained unresolved. Overall the graphic was magnificent and the story as a whole was good, also thanks to the gender bender and the blending of two sea creatures such as mermaid and siren which characterises the protagonist.While playing a back and forth game between the beginning of the story and 20 years later, this "modernized re-imagining" of a classic fairy tale presen [...]

    2. I think I'll rate this 2.5 stars. The story was alright, justo fast. Seriously, we didn't really get a chance to get to know the characters, and I found it strange how quickly Erica accepted Issoro as her father. Like, a random man she's never seen before calls Erica by her name, and she says "Daddy!" And then he dies like two seconds later. At least the ending seemed slightly realistic--Erica doesn't automatically feel comfortable being queen, and is not willing to give up her freedom. Which, o [...]

    3. 2.5 StarsI guess I have to rate this on two separate components. The story itself was quick and entertaining, but hardly anything about it was impressive or impressionable. The ending was bad and the characters were flat. I would of liked this comic to be longer so nothing is left open ended as it was. On a positive note, the artwork is beautiful which is why I even continued reading.

    4. Nice gender-bending twist on the classic fairy-tale and blending of two sea mythologies, sirens and mermaids. Impressive!

    5. Le titre de cet ouvrage fait penser au célèbre conte, ou même à son adaptation par Disney. Mais ne vous attendez pas à une adaptation fidèle au texte d'origine, parce qu'ici, vous aurez plutôt une inspiration de ce récit.On commence par découvrir une femme se trouvant sur un grand paquebot, qui cherche à faire affaire. Seulement, elle va vite déchanter, car le bateau va sombrer dans un naufrage. On assiste alors au sauvetage de cette femme par un homme sirène, nous rappelant la scèn [...]

    6. Un joli roman graphique porté par une colorisation et des dessins extrêmement recherchés et détaillés : un vrai régal pour les yeux ! Le papier utilisé rend vraiment bien les couleurs et la qualité des illustrations (oui, je sais c'est très rare que je commente le papier mais le livre est vraiment un très bel objet). Le scénario peut perdre au début car il y a beaucoup de références au passé donc il faut être concentrée pour comprendre. Cependant, l'histoire se met en place faci [...]

    7. For me, the best thing about this book was the fact that the main character didn't need to be rescued. Erica saved herself, 100% BY herself. In fact, she turned down (and literally knocked out!) another character who was offering to help her escape, and instead trusted in her own strength and cleverness to get away. And a second time, her father comes to save her with his whole army in towd in the end, she ends up saving the army. It's a shame that her father dies in the battle--that felt pretty [...]

    8. The Little Mermaid When they say "modernized re-imagining", they are not kidding. It is a drastically different story, more like a sequel. As the back cover implies, the story takes place after the events of the original story, but they've changed this up a bit too. They gender-bent the original story and then leapt forward twenty years to this new crisis in their lives. All of that did confuse me for the first bit, mostly because I didn't read the back cover before starting it and had gotten th [...]

    9. I liked this one, but the storyline was a bit confusing. The art was amazing, but then I don't think I've ever disliked the art in a Zenescope comic before. I'd recommend this for fans of the Grimm Fairy Tales stories and just fans of Zenescope in general. However, I don't think this is a good place to start if you're looking to get into Zenescope comics (for that, I'd recommend going with the actual Grimm Fairy Tales line).

    10. Otra manera de leer los cuentos de nuestra infancia, aunque con personajes diferentes e igual que la trama. ¡PERO ME ENCANTAN LAS SIRENAS, JODER!No creo que me lo haya leído completo, mejor dicho, no creo que lo que yo tenga este completo, pero conté las paginas concuerda con el num de me indica . Y lo que dice , es ley.

    11. Such gorgeous art! Cute story about searching and being reunited with her father. The Sea Witch was my favorite. The Ending seemed a bit rushed because so much happened, but I hope they make a second storyline to this series.

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