The single biggest problem with Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash is that Grimgar is reaching for something beyond the creator’s artistic grasp.
That’s not necessarily a bad thing; it is after all better to try for something special than settle for being just another generic show.
This does mean that much of my interest lies in working out what Grimgar is trying for, where it falls short of the mark, and why it fails.
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