BEST REVIEW EVER! Grimm Spotlight: Mystere Voodoo Dawn
TITLE: GRIMM SPOTLIGHT MYSTERE VOODOO DAWN
WRITER: JOE BRUSHA
ILLUSTRATOR: BABISU KOURTIS
COLORS: GROSTIETA FRAN GAMBOA WITH J.C. RUIZ
LETTERS: TAYLOR ESPOSITO
EDITOR: KELLIE SUPPLEE, DAVE FRANCHINI
COVER: EDGAR SALAZAR
SUMMARY: Mystere has been an orphan, a victim, a lover, and a queen. But through it all, she has always been Mary Medina. Now, residing in downtown New Orleans and in charge of her life for the first time, everything is going perfectly. That is, until a new threat or make that threats have come to menace the life of our local necromancer and after this outing, she might be the one in need of a resurrection.
Don’t miss this new trip down to the bayou as Mary fights for her life and her very soul in Mystere: Voodoo Dawn!
COMMENTS: Visually this comic is excellent. I love the sugar skull look, and while this isn’t quite that the voodoo princess is the next best thing. The main reason to buy a Zenescope comic is because you want a bad girl comic with top-notch art and this is no exception. Babisu draws some exceptional figures. This story starts off with Domingo in 1821 as he angers the voodoo gods. I have no idea who Domingo or what exactly was going on but it was very dramatic. We immediately shift to Mary Medina in the present day and get to see how all the pieces fit together. It’s a fun ghost story filled with magic.