Gretel, with Calabar in tow, comes face-to-face with Tituba, the witch who murdered Hansel and cursed Gretel. But Tituba has secret information up her sleeve, both about Samuel’s dark history and Gretel’s true purpose. Will Gretel be able to stop Tituba before she can exact her apocalyptic plan? And even if she can, after her world is destroyed by Tituba’s revelations, will she even care to save ours?
Gretel has been taken hostage by the mysterious girl who has been tracking her. But Gretel will soon learn that she and her well-armed captor have more in common than she thought. Meanwhile, Samuel has come face-to-face with the Tituba, and their dark history together will be revealed.
Gretel and Samuel have parted ways to gather information about Tituba’s apocalyptic plans, but a mysterious girl, armed to the teeth with military-grade weapons, is in hot pursuit. This heart-stopping issue is jam-packed with zombies, heavy artillery and a revelation that could rock Gretel to her core!
Gretel’s story has been more of a nightmare than a fairy tale ever since the tragic events of her childhood. These events have left her cursed for many centuries. After her heart-wrenching debut in Grimm Universe Presents, Gretel has been gifted the power of premonition. But when she has a psychic vision foretelling the end of the world, Gretel must open old wounds if she wants to try and prevent it from coming true.
You’ve had an introduction to Gretel in the original Grimm Fairy Tales comics, and almost everyone knows the tale of Hansel & Gretel; but we’ve taken her story in a whole new direction. Ben Meares, author of Grimm Tales of Terror Vol. 2 #9, Grimm Tales of Terror: Vol. 4 #3 & #6, and Grimm Fairy Tales: 2018 Halloween & Holiday Specials, is the writer behind our newest upcoming series, Gretel!
Happy National Authors Day to all the writers out there! Zenescope wouldn’t be in the comic book business without the talented writers that help us bring our stories to life. Among those writers are Fox Kavanagh, Howard Mackie, Ben Meares, and Victoria Rau. If you’ve read our first graphic novel in our collaboration with Ripley’s Believe It Or Not!, then you might recognize these names because they wrote some its stories!