For Emerald City Comic Con 2019, Zenescope will debuting four separate Emerald City Exclusive Comics with cover artwork by ultra-talented illustrators: Keith Garvey and Sabine Rich.
Zenescope will also be launching its brand new “pin program,” in partnership with collectible pin company, FanSets – and will debut its Sela Mathers (Snow White) statue that was funded through Kickstarter.
The Halliwells live! Zenescope has announced the return of its popular Charmed series, with an arc dubbed Season 10, beginning in October and debuting at New York Comic-Con on October 9th. The series will be written by Pat Shand (Angel, Robyn Hood) and edited by Paul Ruditis. The art team will be announced next month.
For more, check out the press release after the jump.
Zenescope Entertainment, best known for its mature variations on Grimms’ Fairy Tales and unique take on super-powered characters (Fly), has announced plans to release five new comics titles in digital form first. The titles – Family Pets (all ages), Monster Hunters’ Survival Guide (Action/Horror), SciFi & Fantasy Illustrated (mature fantasy/horror), Guardians (comedy) and Suckers (comedy) – feature a range of genres. Zenescope will also offer continuation of previously published titles that will return in a digital first format.
The five titles are planned for a digital premiere in April, with each issue free for the first week of release and between $.99 and 1.99 after that. The official press release follows the jump.
A few months back, we posted a piece about a Kickstarter project by Zenescope Entertainment, seeking funding to produce a pilot for an animated series based on their comics series Grimm Fairy Tales. It might not be Veronica Mars, but Zenescope and Kickstarter did raise the funds for their pilot and have produced it.
The official press release and the first three minutes of the Grimm Fairy Tales pilot follow the jump. The pilot features by voice work by Lena Headey (Game of Thrones, Dredd), Robert Forster (Jackie Brown, Alcatraz), Laraine Newman (WALL*E, Fairly Oddparents, SNL), and Chris Hardwicke (Talking Dead, The Nerdist). It is definitely not a kiddies’ show. Just sayin’…
Game of Thrones’ Lena Headey will be voicing Sela Mathers, the lead character in the new animated series based on Zenescope Entertainment’s Grimm Fairy Tales comics. Check out the video announcement above and get more details from press release following the jump.