Zenescope Entertainment has announced it has signed with the William Morris Agency to represent the company’s comic book and graphic novel properties.

“We’re simply thrilled to be represented by a world class company and we’re looking forward to a very productive relationship with one of the most reputable talent agencies of all time.” said Zenescope VP and Editor-in-Chief, Ralph Tedesco.

The deal has been in the works since before the writer’s strike, and now that the strike is over, Zenescope can move ahead as studios begin to seek out new content to produce.  Could The Piper and Grimm Fairy Tales be the first titles out of the gate?  With the success of the Saw and Final Destination franchises, Grimm Fairy Tales could be a hit.

via Zenescope 

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