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It's just one of those books that has gained momentum with each passing issue, and I think slowly but surely the comic book community is becoming more and more aware of it. It certainly skews a bit from our standard capes and cowls predilictions, but not so much that it requires a mutually exclusive audience. This is certainly a book that can be enjoyed by anyone, especially if you have seen a Disney movie or two in your life. It is a story that will shatter all preconceived notions of what a fairy tale character is, and what to expect when the big bad wolf comes huffing and puffing at your door.

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