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Author: Dan Wickline
ISBN: 1937068811
Pages: 144 pages
Publisher: Zenescope; First Edition edition (April 9, 2013)
Language: English
Category: Graphic Novels
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Rating: 4.1
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e-Book Grimm Fairy Tales Presents: Sleepy Hollow epub download

by Dan Wickline



I really enjoyed this book and liked how they put it together with the Sleepy Hollow legend.

I really enjoyed this book and liked how they put it together with the Sleepy Hollow legend. The art work and writing were on point here as were the kills, really enjoyed one in particular, you’ll see I am sure. When the whole train tracks thing happened I immediately thought of Stephen King’s Sometimes They Come Back.

Writer: Dan Wickline, Joe Brusha, Ralph Tedesco, Raven Gregory. In the small town of Tarry Town, New York the story of the headless horseman of Sleepy Hollow has become something of Myth and Legend. Publication date: October 2012 - January 2013. A legend that is about to become all too real. When a prank goes deadly wrong those responsible will learn the truth behind the legend as the Headless Horseman returns to exact a horrifying revenge that none will ever forget. From the writer of Salem's Daughter: The haunting comes a tale of horror and terror that will leave you on the edge of your seats.

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Author: Dan Wickline, Joe Brusha, Ralph Tedesco, Raven Gregory.

Author: Dan Wickline, Joe Brusha, Ralph Tedesco, Raven Gregory. Latest Grimm Fairy Tales presents Sleepy Hollow Issues. From the writer of Salems Daughter: The haunting comes a tale of horror and terror that will leave you on the edge of your seats.

Part of the Grimm Fairy Tales Presents Series). A legend is about to become all-too real When a prank goes deadly wrong, those responsible will learn the truth behind the legend as the Headless Horseman returns to exact a horrifying vengeance none will never forget From the writer of Salem's Daughter: The Haunting comes a tale of horror and terror that will leave you on the edge of your.

In the small town of Tarry Town, New York the story of the headless horseman of Sleepy Hollow has become something of Myth and Legend. A legend that is about to become all too real

In the small town of Tarry Town, New York the story of the headless horseman of Sleepy Hollow has become something of Myth and Legend. and your head! Issues (4).

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A legend is about to become all-too real! When a prank goes deadly wrong, those responsible will learn the truth behind the legend as the Headless Horseman returns to exact a horrifying vengeance none will never forget! From the writer of Salem's Daughter: The Haunting comes a tale of horror and terror that will leave you on the edge of your seats. Hold on to your hats...and your head!
Tiainar
First comic from Zenescope that I've read. I enjoyed but the story didn't quite pay off as I'd hoped in the end. Still it was enjoyable and would hope others would give it a try. I'll definitely pick up more books from Zenescope in the future.
Eng.Men
enjoying it so far color is great
Buriwield
It was a great read. The only complaint I have is when I received it in the mail it was all bent up. Including my other Grimm fairy tales. I was upset about that
Nicanagy
SLEEPY HOLLOW

I have been reading the Zenescope comics for a while now. My girl put me on to them since she was all about them. So when this one came out I had to have it since “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” is very possibly my favorite myth/legend out there. I was interested in what they would do with it to make it their own. Also though I knew the artwork would be fun to look at, any fan of this company knows what I am talking about. This book is like “Sleepy Hollow” meets “Sometimes They Come Back” in some ways.

The story follows a young man in college who is a teacher’s assistant and the lesson this week revolves around the “Legend of Sleepy Hollow”. As it turns out the story is really about a soldier who is beheaded by some traders who he once considered friends. So he comes back as the Headless Horseman to take them out. Back in modern times the guy is asked by a coach to help tutor one of his players but the jock only wants the answers not help learning. When our lead decided not to do that he is attacked by the jock and his friends out on some train tracks. Meaning only to scare him they accidently get him killed as he is decapitated by the train. Now things at school are starting to happen that seem to mirror they story they are studying. Is it all a joke or is someone out for revenge.

I really enjoyed this book and liked how they put it together with the Sleepy Hollow legend. The art work and writing were on point here as were the kills, really enjoyed one in particular, you’ll see I am sure. When the whole train tracks thing happened I immediately thought of Stephen King’s “Sometimes They Come Back”. This was a really fun read and a great addition to the Zenescope library. As a bonus you get previews of "Madness of Wonderland" and "The Jungle Book: Last of the Species".
sergant
Zenescope's Grimm Fairy Tales started in 2005. In each issue they took a Grimm fairy tale and combined it, (or rather, tracked it along side of), a modern story that was an updated version of the fairy tale. So, you got "Little Red Riding Hood", "Cinderella", "Hansel and Gretel", and so on. Over time the series expanded beyond just Grimm tales. After that we got the "Grimm Universe", which involved a whole different cast of characters, multiple realms, crossover story lines, and the like. Maybe the most successful spinoff has been the "Wonderland" franchise, which revolves around Alice in Wonderland.

Anyway, this volume is something of a return to form. Again, we have a modern retelling of the "Sleepy Hollow" legend, tracking along with a reasonably straightforward recounting of the original Hawthorne tale and a supposed precursor legend based in Revolutionary War times. This book, (which is a compilation of four or five comic books), is one of the longer entries that appear sometimes as "Grimm Fairy Tales Presents...". There's also one for Robyn Hood, and probably others to follow.

While I really like the Wonderland series, and am O.K. with Myths & Legends, it's nice to see a return to the original formula, which still works. You get a good, solid story that doesn't require prior knowledge of some cast of characters or of the Grimm Universe, and you get a story with a beginning, a middle and an end. They have even returned Sela Mathers, who was sort of the narrator/crypt keeper for the originals. She's become a major character in a number of Zenescope spinoffs, but it's nice to have her back here as the story teller.

The story itself is pretty crisply told. Dialogue is serviceable and coherent. The plot advances clearly, and there's even a bit of a twisty ending. The drawing varies from compelling to just workmanlike, but I guess that's to be expected. Some panels are a bit dark, but of course most of these stories have night scenes and that's hard to do in this format. There's a short and not very interesting art gallery at the end, and also a preview of the "Madness of Wonderland" issue, which is a nice treat.

So, since I think Zenescope is still doing some of the most imaginative and compelling work in this genre, and since this book is a solid return to form, it certainly seems like it might be worth a look.

Please note that I received a free advance ecopy of this book in exchange for a candid review. Apart from that I have no connection at all to the author or the publisher of this book.