Zenescope Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Charmed #1, Sinbad #11, Grimm Fairy Tales #49, and more, that you can check out after the jump.

Charmed #1
Zenescope’s newest comic book series, CHARMED, follows the beautiful Halliwell sisters: Phoebe, Piper and Paige, who come from a line of powerful but good witches as they battle against evil beings in modern day San Fransisco.

Claiming their victory in the battle against evil, the sisters were free to settle into regular lives, destined to live out their happily ever afters… or so they thought. Now the sisters must go up against a new evil that threatens to destroy them all! This is the series you’ve been waiting for!

Based off of the hit Television Series! Written by Paul Ruditis and Raven Gregory with interior artwork by Dave Hoover! Covers by Greg Horn, David Seidman, Al Rio and more!!

SINBAD #11
Written by Dan Wickline
Art by TBD
Covers by Talent Caldwell, Joyce Chin

The City of the Dead holds many secrets. And many dangers. Sinbad and his crew continue their search for the second part of the mysterious and magical Jericho Visor, the fabled crown of Atlantis. The only thing that stands in the way of their quest is an army of skeleton warriors. Meanwhile, Ash has returned to Baghdad where he reveals a secret that spells certain doom for Sinbad… if he makes it out of the City of the Dead alive!

32 pages, $2.99

TALES FROM WONDERLAND: THE RED ROSE
Raven Gregory (W)

A countess obsessed with discovering the secret to eternal life is drawn into a world of utter madness and pure terror. There she finds immortality but at a price she might not be willing to pay.
Featuring part 2 of the final bonus story on Charles Dodgson’s rise to power… and his eventual fall. After spending decades serving wonderland Charles has finally found a reason worth living. His beautiful wife. But Wonderland still desires sacrifices and will allow nothing and no one to stand in its way..
32 pgs, FC, $3.99

SCI-FI FANTASY AND ILLUSTRATED
Tim Abram Cox (W)

RED BANNED
In the near future murder has become the most popular sport. Still illegal, it is broadcast on underground networks with an intense cult following. A female viewer with an uncertain past finds herself pulled into the game. As she struggles to survive the networks most popular serial killer the secrets to her past are revealed with a shocking twist you won’t believe.

48 pgs, FC, $4.99

NEVERLAND #4
Joe Brusha (W)
Jean Paul Deshong (A)
Nei Ruffino (cover)
32 pages FC 2.99

Pan learns that Wendy has come to Neverland and been captured by the islands natives. He unleashes his terrifying army of Lost Boys to rescue her from her captors, laying waste to their village in the process. Meanwhile Cross meets an ally that may hold the key to defeating Pan.

GRIMM FAIRY TALES SWIMSUIT SPECIAL
Joe Brusha (W)

Just in time for summer comes the first ever Grimm Fairy Tales swimsuit issue! All of your favorite fairy tale babes are here wearing the seasons sexiest swimsuit fashions. Some of the industries top artists contribute breathtaking pin-ups of the Grimm universes most popular female characters. Also includes the never before published Grimm Fairy Tales short “Pool party at the Hard Rock.”
48 pgs, FC, $4.99 • Ships with two separate covers!

GRIMM FAIRY TALES #49
Writer: Joe Brusha
Artist: various
Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Inc
Synopsis
“(W) Joe Brusha
(C) Paul Roper, Steven Cummings

For centuries Sela has helped put her human charges on the right path. Using her book as a gateway to the fairy tale realm to harness its powers and magical creatures to teach her lessons. Now she finds herself pulled into that same fairy tale world where war is imminent and not everyone is going to live happily ever after. Don’t miss this prelude to the incredible 50th milestone issue of Grimm Fairy Tales. ”

via Zenescope Entertainment

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Stephen Schleicher began his career writing for the Digital Media Online community of sites, including Digital Producer and Creative Mac covering all aspects of the digital content creation industry. He then moved on to consumer technology, and began the Coolness Roundup podcast. A writing fool, Stephen has freelanced for Sci-Fi Channel's Technology Blog, and Gizmodo. Still longing for the good ol' days, Stephen launched Major Spoilers in July 2006, because he is a glutton for punishment.

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