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Zenescope Entertainment has revealed its panel at San Diego Comic-Con this year, which will feature new footage from Grimm Fairy Tales Animated.

Grimm Fairy Tales Animated (Friday July 19th,12:00–1:00, Room 4)—Zenescope Entertainment co-founders and co-producers Joe Brusha (Grimm Fairy Tales, Neverland, Oz) and Ralph Tedesco (Grimm Fairy Tales, Inferno, Salem’s Daughter) along with director/producer Jon Schnepp (The Venture Bros, Metalocalypse, ABCs of Death) discuss the Grimm Fairy Tales Animated pilot. Come find out about this horrific re-imagining of the Grimm Fairy Tales from Zenescope Entertainment, Titmouse Inc and Schneppzone. Find out how the project came to fruition, and what big names have gotten involved in the project. With talent like Lena Headey, Chris Hardwick, Briana Evigan, and Robert Forster (to name a few), this project is turning a lot of heads!

For more information on Zenescope’s plans for San Diego Comic Con, visit or follow their updates on Facebook and Twitter.

Zenescope Entertainment was founded by Joe Brusha and Ralph Tedesco in 2005, and has quickly grown into one of the top comic book and graphic novel publishing companies in the world. Zenescope’s Grimm Fairy Tales and subsequent spinoff series such as Wonderland, Neverland and Robyn Hood, which put a dark twist on classic fables, are some of the best-selling and longest-running original independent comic books on shelves today. Zenescope publishes and develops both original and licensed material and has worked with dozens of clients that include Discovery Channel, History Channel, CBS, Lionsgate TV, Mandalay Vision, New Line Cinema, Titmouse Studios and many others.

via Zenescope Entertainment

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