Philadelphia-based publisher Zenescope has branched out as of late. Several of the company’s most recent titles have been departures from the more familiar Zenescope fare. Most notable of these new titles may be E.V.I.L. Heroes.
Zenescope plans to unveil the new series with variant covers at San Diego Comic Con.
John Lyons, Director of Sales & Marketing for Zenescope commented, “The response to E.V.I.L. Heroes has been remarkable. Both our fans and our retail partners have really embraced this title. We are really excited to see the response on wider release and to see fan reaction to the special E.V.I.L. Heroes art we have created for San Diego.”
In addition to the release of E.V.I.L. Heroes at San Diego Comic Con, Zenescope plans to feature ten new cover variants on a number of different titles as well as convention-only exclusive products, including their new ZenBox offering. Zenescope can be found at Booth #2301.
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—best known for re-imagining public domain properties as horror, sci-fi, and action/adventure series. The popular Grimm Fairy Tales has spawned dozens of critically acclaimed “shared universe” series like Oz, Wonderland, Robyn Hood, and Neverland, to name a few; and their unique blend of genre mash-ups include best-selling titles such as Aliens Vs. Zombies, Coven, Inferno, and the upcoming Escape From Monster Island and Satan’s Hollow. The company continues to work with dozens of clients which include Discovery Channel, History Channel, CBS, Lionsgate TV, SYFY Channel, New Line Cinema, Titmouse Studios, and many others.