Best of Zenescope: Special Edition · Beyond Wonderland · The Black Sable · The Chronicles of Dr. Herbert West · Code Red · Death Force · Dinosaurs and. Joe Brusha. Producer. + Add or change photo on IMDbPro». Contribute to IMDb. Add a bio, trivia, and more. Update information for Joe Brusha». Writer and co-creator of several books for Zenescope Entertainment.
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Does no one care for armour? I’m a big fan of Zenescope’s Grimm and related Universe tie-in’s. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.
Berna Labourdette rated it it was ok Jun 03, Proportions were sometimes off from panel to panel, physical features drifted around, characters – especially Dorothy – weren’t always recognizable from page to page, and so on. Apr 10, Athena Shardbearer rated it it was ok Shelves: Have I ever mentioned how much I love retellings?
Most of it is in their back story, but a lot of it is their looks, which – while interesting to view – did little to make the characters more engaging. Dorothy and the witches are all drawn as sexpots, Toto is a huge wolf, the cowardly lion is a warrior, and the flying monkeys are great apes. Mar 02, Kristin rated it it was ok Shelves: Twelve Essays on Watchmen Teenagers from the Future: Quick review for a quick read.
A friend of mine reviewed this on BookLikes, which is what originally brought this to my attention.
I liked the way that the characters bgusha portrayed, the quest they had to go on in order to defeat the witch, the trickery a “bad guy” being in the midstand the fight scenes. There were some good ideas and the lion, scarecrow, and tin man all looked amazing, BUT the entire story was one of those “we need to collect the pieces of this ancient relic noe that we may defeat evil”- characters were not well developed and it was hard to take any of the female characters seriously as every single one of them dressed like they were a lingerie model.
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Zenescope’s Joe Brusha and the Problem with Provocative Covers
Books by Joe Brusha. Brusha took a popular story with well-known characters and made them all his own. Dorothy is more open to having an “adventure” and so you don’t have the unrelenting grim dread of the Alice characters.
The other characters were intriguing and I liked how they were handled. Open Preview See a Problem? Rather than brusba out alone, Bfusha begins her quest in an RPG-approved cliche party consisting of a magic user Glinda, the Good Witch of the Northa warrior Thorne, a member of the lion-like Kavari tribeand three short comic-relief types Sparky, Crumb, and Crank, who are Boggers–don’t call them munchkins!
That my dear is not on.
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I do think I was missing something with the beginning though, and I wish that I had read the other Grimm Fairy Brusah to know if I was actually missing something or not. And then critics and some people in the industry jump on that bandwagon. Unfortunately, Grimm Fairy Tales: Is meeting the fans something you look forward to? The story follows the general outline of The Wizard of Oz, but more politics and history is added.
So does Dorothy, and the brief but helpful explanations she gets from the Good Witch are really helpful to a new reader, and serve to establish the setting and the characters quickly and effectively. A modern, darker re-telling of the popular story of The Wizard of Ozthis six-issue comic book series gives us a new, harder edged Dorothy, who is whisked away to the land of Oz and bdusha down into the middle of a power struggle between various characters.
So, I was curious about this one. Only 1 left in stock more on the way.
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But don’t say I didn’t tell you so on the outfits. This one just didn’t work for me. I was given a copy of this book by the publisher for review purposes. Walter Geovanni does this all the time on Red Sonjaand it never disrupts the story.
Yes, most of it was really je.