Written by Neo Edmund
Art by Renae DeLiz
Lettering by Janice Chiang
Edited by Sandy King
Cover by Renae DeLiz

Hansel & Gretel return home one evening to find their house ransacked and their parents missing. They soon discover a hidden lair under the family home and learn their mother and father have been leading a secret double life as suburban parents by day and heroic monster hunters by night; a family tradition dating back hundreds of years. Hansel & Gretel must now pick up where their parents left off and rise to become the new protectors of Grimms Town. Armed with an awesome array of techno-magical weapons designed for paranormal butt-kicking (technological devices fueled by magical energy), they will embark upon a heroic adventure in hopes of finding their missing parents. Along the way they learn of a secret family curse that gives them the power to fight evil, but also puts them in danger of becoming evil themselves. With the help of their whimsically-weird Aunt Zoe and a goblin called Grubb that’s about as fierce as a puppy, they will fight to protect Grimms Town from the many creepy and dreadful things that go bump in the night.


Written by Neo Edmund

Neo Edmund began his creative career appearing on numerous TV shows, most notably 100+ episodes of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, as well as The Walking Dead, and Buffy The Vampire Slayer. He is also a USA Today best-selling author, a screenwriter, and comic book writer. His most recent works include the bestselling novel series The Red Riding Alpha Huntress Chronicles, numerous Power Rangers novels for Hasbro, and a new series of YA comics titled The Grimms Town Terror Tales. He has written for companies including Hasbro, Storm King, Penguin, Random House, Saban, History Channel, Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, Spike TV, & JumpStart Interactive.

Art by Renae De Liz

Renae DeLiz is a professional comic book artist, whose projects include the Eisner Nominated The Legend of Wonder Woman, and the NYT Bestseller The Last Unicorn, as well as managed the community charity project Womanthology, which celebrated and highlighted the great and diverse female creative talent in the comic book industry.

Born in Alaska and raised on the west coast, she now lives in Portland, Maine, with her four children, where she works at home.

Lettering by Janice Chiang

Janice Chiang is a comic pioneer as one of the first female letterers in the industry. From hand-lettering to digital, she has forged the way for countless female comic artists. Janice works with publishers old (Marvel) and new (DC’s Supergirls, which won the Ringo Award 2018 for Best Kids Graphic Novel). Comics Alliance honored Chiang as Outstanding Letterer of 2016 and ComicBook.com gave her the 2017 Golden Issue Award for Lettering. In May 2017, Chiang was featured as one of 13 women who have been making comics since before the internet on the blog Women Write About Comics. With her kind and forthright nature, Janice has built a loyal family within the comic community. Everyone has met her at one time or another. Everyone who runs into her says the same thing: “Oh my god, she’s done so much, and she’s so nice!”