The Fellowship was fortunate enough to obtain a copy of GRIMM TALES OF TERROR #3 from Zenescope Entertainment. The story is written by Ben Meares; with art by Jason Muhr, colors by Marco Lesko, and lettering by Fabio Amelia.

Four friends — Richie, Ginny, Alexis, and Adam are heading from Philadelphia to California for Spring Break. The problem was Richie wanted to stop at every creepy sideshow attraction along the way. While Alexis and Adam were aggravated by this, Ginny (who liked Richie) defended him. At a stop to get gas, they talk to the clerk who told them the story of Tale of the Phantom Toll Booth and was willing to give them directions to possibility find it. Richie secretly gets the directions and proceeds to head that direction. That’s when their adventure turns, dark, scary, and violent…

GRIMM TALES OF TERROR overall has been an enjoyable read; reminds me of the classic TALES FROM THE CRYPT and other horror anthologies. Meares crafts a story with twists and turns that you don’t know where things are going until it’s too late. I’m familiar with Jason Muhr’s (VORACIOUS), Marco Lesko, and Fabio Amelia (previous issues of GRIMM TALES OF TERROR). These are underrated artists that did an excellent job on this issue. Check this book out.

GRIMM TALES OF TERROR #3 is in stores now or available at www.zenescope.com.