Exclusive Interview: Ken Lamug On Haunted Houses And The Value of Scary Fairy Tales

Las Vegas-based author and illustrator Kenneth Lamug has published a new childrens book, The Stumps of Flattop Hill. In this dark yet amusing tale following the tradition of the Brother’s Grimm", Ken tells the story of Florence, a little girl who enters a haunted house - both frightened an...

To Hell With Lovelieness And Cute Girls: American McGee's Grimm

Interactive fairy tales with a mud factor: What happens when a most powerful dwarf becomes disgusted with all the “happy endings"? You can find out about that in American McGee's computer game Grimm. Bloodless romance, blind obedience, insipid weddings, unearned wealth, unmerited praise,...

Noone's happy ever after. American McGee's Grimm mini series

This little treasure has actually been saved by technology. Though out of print, IDW's 2009 five-issue mini series "American Mcgee's Grimm" is still available for readers online. Based on game designer American McGee's popular videogame series this comic is written by Dwight L. MacPherson...

Demons vs. Japanese Little Red Riding Hood: Akaneiro: Demon Hunters

Games designer American McGee (* 13 December 1972, Dallas, Texas) is a veteran of games and film business. His passion for fairy tales is rather obvious: „American McGee’s Alice“ (2000), „Alice: Madness Returns“ (2011) or his „American McGee’s Grimm“ aren’t just proof of his fondness for h...

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