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Grim Tales from Down Below

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Genre: Manga
Date Added: 17 January 2005
Last Update: 9 September 2014
URL: grim.snafu-comics.com/
Archive URL: grim.snafu-comics.com/archive....
Current Comic Ranking: 30/23094
Views This Month: 2140   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 379   (More...)
Favourite of: 469 members
Status: Normal (?)

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Synopsis:
With gorgeous art and an amoral approach to storytelling, you get to hear the story of Mandy\'s two children, Grim Jr. and Minimandy. Now married to Grim, the story covers how Minimandy got a sort of \"Sewed up\" appearence and how the two siblings became closer (Junior growing up and meeting \"Her\" on the way). Involving characters from many series and other origins, ranging from Spawn to Nightmare Before Christmas to Danny Phantom, it is known throughout the fandoms involved in the work. Although controversial, it is a spectacular read, especially now it\'s out of hiatus.

Current synopsis by: Anthiena
Current image by: Canis King


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Serenis 3/5
it is well wriiten and well drawn, the only down side is that the author of the story has turned Mandy into a whor*.
Randomperson 1/5
WTF?! What is this I don\'t even..... I have to bleach my eyes after reading this. :/
I-Wanna-be-a-Marysue 1/5
This comic is a mega-crossover which also ignores all canon. The art is mostly pleasing, but tends to feature panty-shots... of little girls. The author is a loli fan, and this shows in the comic, and its disturbing. The plot also heavily relies on shock value, and lacks real substance beyond that. And if that\'s not enough, the comic features frequent text walls and... did I mention the character\'s personalities ignore canon entirely/
balto 5/5
I love this comic, its just I was only able to read the first book! Does any one now where I can find the next one?
~balto df
Anthiena 5/5
One may say that controversy draws both baleful eyes and admiring ones. I am one of the latter. The story is rather interesting and gets a tighter focus as it goes along. Although not all the dialogue is inspired, the art more than makes up for anything lacking in the story. The art is gorgeous and striking-the character redesigns fit and the original characters are interesting and both beautiful and terrible to behold (in a GOOD way). The controversy around it focuses on Mandy being responsible for many terrible real life tragedies-I personally believe this to be a rather brave decision. As for the implied incest, there is far worst in Anime and I believe it to be tastefully done. (Utena anyone?) It may be that I\'m just tolerant of such a thing in story telling, the fact that people take the elements of this story seriously speaks volumes as to it\'s high quality. I believe that in spite of it\'s focus on American animation, it owes quite a lot to Japanese Anime in terms of storytelling, art, scope and the willingness to face controversy. The flack it gets for this braveness is a crime in my eyes.
FlickerFoot 5/5
I just started reading Grim Tales From Down Below a couple days ago, my older sister showed it to me, and I have since become glued to the computer awaiting the newest update. I have also begun reading The Powerpuff Girls Doujinshi, and although its combination of nearly every cartoon possible is a bit ridiculous, it is a good comic as well. Grim, though, was the first I've read, and my favorite so far.
Cheat2Win 3/5
The first comic I ever read. It has it's downsides, but the art is always good.
MirrorGrim 1/5
Again, his art is amazing, but there are so many things that make this comic un-readable.

1. Blaming Mandy and Grim for the Holocaust and 911 is not only revolting, but insulting to the victims of these events, it's sickening.

2. Why did he makes Grim&Mandy's children incestual? Why? The pedo-Panty shots from PPG were bad enough, but there was no reason to ruin Maxwell Atom's creation with vile incest.

3. Mandy is very OOC, it was annoying at first, I would have dealt with it if it weren't for 1&2.
Revlid 4/5
Stunning art and original use of established characters, although I do wish Bleedman would try to finish a comic before he starts another.

And jackmcslay... Spawn's cameo was the best thing he's ever starred in, and he had three lines.
The Violentsad Mcbroodbrood Spawn of the comics is neither entertaining nor clever.
nnnooopppeee 5/5
Unbelievable art.... One of the finest quality comics available.
OneMorePelican 5/5
This webcomic takes popular saturday morning cartoon characters and places them in a universe where they all live in the same world, but it tends to get really dramatic. Despite the fact that you may not know who some of the cast is, the story is still quite entertaining and does a really good job of twisting reality.
Art: 9.643
Story: 9.856
Overall:9.347
JamesGannon 4/5
I discovered this comic because I'm a huge fan of The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy. The art is insanely great and presents a nice alternate timeline to its source material. It's a welcome treat to see cameos from characters from different shows and movies. But I hope it doesn't rely too much on other people's properties.
Pudge_bar  
The art is awesome and the story is quite good, involving the son of the Death reaper and Mandy(If you are going to ask me "is that possible", well I dunno) about to reveal something.. well unknown.

If you like PPGD then you will like this
nazgjunk 5/5
Love it or hate it. Roughly the same comments as I posted on PPG Doujinshi.

Love it.
Quinlan RB 3/5
interesting story with all the known characters from the cartoon, and tim burton world as well as spawn and that guy from the saw. Well drwn comic with pretty boring comedy
L'ope 5/5
The comic is deliously sadistic in a comical fashion - particulaly the marriage of Mandy and Death - and the art is just gorgeous. The tone contrasts and yet is similar to PPG in a way that fits. I enjoy it very much
madhypergirl 5/5
love it nuff siad
jackmcslay 1/5
after totally wasting my time with PPG, I imagined this would keep doing the same kind of defacing of copyrighted characters. and the inclusion of Spawn is a real insult to him
ABYSS_GK 5/5
I simply love it... NBC is one of my fav moive, and GABM is a favorite in my cartoons list... This hybrid is artfully done in both story and design...
newt_blue 5/5
As someone who doesn't have access to the cartoon, this is like a lifesaver. I usually don't like the manga but this is excellent drawn and written.
Rael 5/5
This is an awesome comic, involving Grim(from Billy and Mandy) and The Nightmare Before Christmas. Grim jr. is awesome, as is Minimandiy(hmm, I wonder what THAT is insinuating... *shifty eyes*)
tobadtobegood 5/5
This comic so far is one of the best that I have read in a long while, but that's not saying mch I haven't read very many comics lately because I'm so busy, but so far this is the best!

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