REVIEW: Grimm Tales Of Terror #9

Publisher: Zenescope
Writer: Joe Brusha
Artist: Joe Sanchez Diaz
Colourist: Fran Gamboa
Release Date: 27 September 2017

Price: $3.99

Grimm Tales Of Terror #9 Zenescope

Are you one of those people who always gets the loony sitting next to you on the bus? Yea, me too. So you’ll be able to sympathise with Norman Gates, the hero, if that’s the right word, of Grimm Tales Of Terror #9.

Gates finds himself surrounded by a whole bus load of lunatics. You see, Norman is one of those guys who never had any luck; abandoned by his mother, in and out of prison, no job, no friends no future. And when he does get a bit of good advice, he ignores it, trying instead to gate-crash a bus going to sunny Florida.

But, this being Grimm Tales Of Terror #9 so things are never going to go according to anyone’s plan, let alone Norman Gates. He has to try and convince an uncaring and sadistic institution that he really is the only sane one in the asylum. Just when he thinks he’s managed the impossible, a neat switch sees Norman’s own bad karma come back to bite him in the butt.

Tales Of Terror #9 is a creepy ride along the paranoid highway of life with a pit stop in depression city before ending up in the medical malpractice drop-off zone of what goes around, comes around. Don’t forget to tip your driver on the way out.

 

 

Reviewer: Gary Orchard
Reviews Editor: Steve Hooker

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