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1001 Arabian Nights: The Adventures of Sinbad No.7
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1001 Arabian Nights
Tome 2: City of the Dead

1001 Arabian Nights: The Adventures of Sinbad No.7

Zenescope presents the very first Grimm Fairy Tales/1001 Arabian Nights summer crossover event! In 1001 Arabian Nights: The Adventures of Sinbad #7, Wilhelm claims that an ancient curse is the reason for his gruesome appearance. What he failed to reveal is that he brought the curse upon himself. The true story behind Wilhelm's transformation is wrapped up in greed, magic, and the powers of a beautiful genie. Guest staring everyone's favorite sorceress, not to mention one of the sexiest comic babes around, Grimm Fairy Tales' Belinda! Then in Grimm Fairy Tales #33, a man searching for a cure to his dying wife's illness may find that the remedy is far worse than the disease itself as he discovers a little known fairy tale courtesy of Belinda. 'The Three Snake Leaves' tells the story of a man who is willing to do anything to bring back his dead wife, and the dire price he must pay. Revealing the full origin of Wilhelm from The Adventures of Sinbad, this crossover is one not to be missed!
Notes des lecteurs
Note moyenne (39):
Crédits
Illustrations

Ron Adrian

Genres
Action/Aventure Fantastique Risqué
À propos

Nombre de Pages

22 Pages

Date de Sortie Papier

21 Janvier 2009

Date de Sortie numérique

10 Juin 2010

Âge conseillé

12+ Uniquement

Vendu par

comiXology

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