Press Release

Zenescope Entertainment and members of their creative team are excited to be making appearances at several local comic book shops this coming Saturday, May 2nd, for Free Comic Book Day. Fans can meet and interact with members of the company’s creative talent, while getting their hands on some of Zenescope’s most popular titles.


“We’re excited to have two books coming out for Free Comic Book Day and we want to encourage fans to come out and support their local retail outlets while also stocking up on some free merch,” states Zenescope’s Editor-in-Chief  Ralph Tedesco. “We do thirty plus comic conventions each year in order to connect with our fans all over the world, but Free Comic Book Day really allows us to thank the fans and the local comic shops in our neighborhoods for continuing to support our brand.”

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Here is where you can find members of the Zenescope team this Saturday:

  • Wade’s Comic Madness – Levittown, Pennsylvania
    8750 New Falls Rd, Levittown, PA 19054
    Dave Franchini (Zenescope Writer & Editor) 10am-12pm
  • Captain Blue Hen Comics – Newark, Delaware
    280 E Main St #101, Newark, DE 19711
    Nicole Glade (Zenescope Writer & Editor) and Chris Cote (Art Director & Zenescope Artist) 11am-1pm
  • Comic Collection – Feasterville, PA
    931 Bustleton Pike Feasterville-Trevose, PA 19053
    Dave Franchini (Zenescope Writer & Editor) 1pm – 3pm
  • Uncanny! KoP (formerly Comics and More) – King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
    160 North Gulph Road
    Suite 2022
    King of Prussia, PA 19406
    Joe Brusha & Ralph Tedesco (Zenescope co-founders & Writers) 1pm-3pm
    Nicole Glade (Zenescope Writer & Editor) & Chris Cote (Art Director & Zenescope Artist) 4pm-6pm

 

via Zenescope Entertainment

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Stephen Schleicher

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