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Zenescope Entertainment has released its signing schedule for Wizard Wolrd Philly running June 15 – 17 at the Philadelphia Convention Center. Take the jump for the complete signing rundown and details on the company’s big party. If you are able to attend WWP, be sure to stop by the booth and see if the company has the Zenescope Girls out and about.

Signing at booth #1106

Raven Gregory – Return To Wonderland, Se7en

  • Friday June 15th from 1pm – 2pm
  • Saturday June 16th from 1pm – 2pm & 4pm – 5pm
  • Sunday June 17th from 1pm – 2pm

David Seidman – Se7en

  • Friday from 2pm – 3pm
  • Saturday from 12noon – 1pm and 3pm – 4pm
  • Sunday from 12noon – 1pm

Joe Brusha and Ralph Tedesco – Grimm Fairy Tales, Se7en

  • Present at booth all weekend long

Christian Beranek – Se7en

  • Present at booth all weekend long

Jays Company Comics Exclusives

  • Grimm Fairy Tales: Return to Wonderland #0 limited to 500 copies Grimm Fairy Tales #1 Museum Edition

Wizard World Philly Exclusive

  • Grimm Fairy Tales #15 Alternate Cover limited to 500 copies

In addition, Zenescope is proud to sponsor the Once Upon a Tassel tribute to Grimm Fairy Tales Wizard World Philly After Party.

Here are the details:

WHEN: June 16th, 2007 Doors @ 8pm
WHERE: Trocadero Theater, 10th & Arch, Philadelphia, PA
PRICE: $12 (advanced), $15 (day of show) Show is 21+
SPECIAL OFFER: $10 for tickets bought at the Zenescope booth #1106
WHAT: The lovely ladies of HELLCAT GIRLS BURLESQUE are going to show Philly that Fairy Tales aren’t just for kids. Come see Philly’s hot Burlesque group put a sexy spin on Zenescope Entertainments hot indie comic GRIMM FAIRY TALES. Also making a very special appearance all the way from Eternia, the one, the only SKELETOR! Join us for a night of bedtime stories, beer and burlesque!

Tickets are on sale now at the Trocadero Box Office www.troc.com or www.ticketmaster.com

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