As a mysterious villain calling himself “the Sheriff” begins to terrorize Nottingham, the people that Robyn once liberated are again in need of her help. But with the police searching for her on Earth, Robyn has her own problems. Can Robyn rise up and be the hero that Nottingham needs, or will she be forced to face the consequences of her own actions? Find out in the sequel to the fan-favorite series, Robyn Hood: Wanted!
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Yes I do still read comic books. I probably have somewhere around 300-400 comic books. I originally wanted to review this comic book for my niece, because she is a big Grimm‘s comic book fan. I loved Robyn Hood: Wanted, the story line and character development was very well done. The art work was totally awesome, it was so well done that some times it felt like some of the cover art would jump off the page. My niece would really love this comic book, for she is an artist and loves the art in the comic books. Her birthday was on November 19 when this was published , and when I told her she was really excited. I plan on getting it for her. I was not able to when it came out, because we spent her birthday in the hospital waiting to see if our Grandmother was going to be alright, for she had a stroke that weekend. Now everything is fine and I highly recommend this comic book to anyone who is an avid reader of comic books or collector. I give the Grimm Fairy Tales: Robyn Hood: Wanted a 5/ 5 stars.
- Zenescope Entertainment’s Enters the Age of Darkness (graphicpolicy.com)