Sela Mathers returns to career as a teacher after her long stint in the clink. It seems like fate is determined to make her life difficult though as an impish Jack Frost comes unexpectedly into the Falseblood’s life. Should we give this book the cold shoulder or is it one we could warm up to? More after the jump!
Zenescope Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Grimm Fairy Tales #76 that arrives in stores this week.
Or – “Man, I Hope This Isn’t Like When Xander’s Teacher Started Eating People…”
These days it’s difficult for even the highest profile titles to break the 25 issue mark, so when I heard that Grimm Fairy Tales was hitting the big Seven-Five this week, I knew that it was once again time to check in with Sela, Belinda and the cast of nearly every nightmare I’ve ever had once again. Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “You Got Your Fairy Tale In My Funny Book!”
It has been awhile since I’ve perused a Zenescope title, but this weekend’s back issue processing included the first three issues of GFT: Alice. Usually, I’ll peek through the books (while being careful not to damage them) before bagging and boarding, but in this case, I read the first three, and was interested to see where things ended up…
Zenescope Entertainment is proud to announce that Grimm Fairy Tales the Animated Series Kickstarter project has reached its goal of $175,000 on Sunday, April 29th. The project, based on Zenescope’s popular Grimm Fairy Tales comic book series created by Joe Brusha and Ralph Tedesco, will be directed by Jon Schnepp (Metalocalypse, Venture Bros.) with Titmouse, Inc. handling the animation.
Zenescope Entertainment has announced that actress Lena Headey, star of the immensely popular HBO television series GAME OF THRONES, will be joining the Grimm Fairy Tales Animated Series to voice the lead character, Sela Mathers. Lena’s extensive resume includes her role as Queen Gorgo in 300 and as Sarah Connor in TERMINATOR: THE SARAH CONNOR CHRONICLES. This announcement comes on the heels of another talented actress, Briana Evigan (Step Up 2, Sorority Girls, The Devil’s Carnival), having joined onto the project last week.
Zenescope Entertainment is proud to announce the launch of the Grimm Fairy Tales Animated Series Kickstarter campaign. The animated series will be directed by Jon Schnepp as well as the Titmouse Inc. animation studio. The Kickstarter will launch on Friday, March 16, 2012 and will run until May 1st, 2012.
Zenescope Entertainment has announced plans to release a brand-new miniseries under its Grimm Fairy Tales label entitled “The Jungle Book.” Just as Zenescope has cleverly and effectively reimagined stories inspired by literary classics such as Wonderland, Sinbad, and Neverland, this new miniseries will use Rudyard Kipling’s timeless stories as a springboard to tell tales exploring the adventure, the wonder, and the horror of the jungle and the beasts that inhabit it.
Whoever said print is dead, hasn’t been to the library recently. More specifically, they haven’t checked out Zenescope’s latest offering, Grimm Fairy Tales Presents – The Library #2. Greek warriors, dinosaurs, gunslingers and more await you.
The roots of the Zenescope Universe date back to The Big Bang, and Grimm Fairy Tales #64 reveals a lot of relevant information. If you’re guilty of judging a book by its cover and assuming that these books are nothing but T&A, you’re mistaken. Jump in and find out just how wrong you’ve been.
Replete in a schoolgirl uniform, our heroine faces against the terrors residing within a mysterious library. Will she be able to brave the beasts in the books without getting any nasty paper cuts…or worse? Zenescope brings you Grimm Fairy Tales Presents – The Library #1.
Pan, the deposed ruler of Neverland, is seeking a way back to his seat of power. Will he be able to make it? Does anyone want him to? And, what does this have to do with the Dream Eater anyhow? Find out after the jump.