Zenescope Entertainment has announced the seven issue mini-series will be getting the hardcover treatment with an introduction by Ahmet Zappa. The SE7EN hardcover contains all seven issues from the hit series. It features story and art from some of the best talent in the industry, including David Mack, Tommy Castillo, David Wohl, Raven Gregory, Christian and Adam Beranek, David Seidman and more. Se7en will sell for $34.99.
According to Zenescope Entertainment that is. The company is releasing new titles all month. October will see the the conclusion of Se7en, and new issues of Grimm Fairy Tales and Return to Wonderland. Take the jump for cover images, and release date information.
Zenoscope Entertainment has announced a special signing featuring writers from the New Line Cinema/Zenescope series Se7en, and Grimm Fairy Tales. Writers scheduled to appear include: Ralph Tedesco (Se7en #2, Grimm Fairy Tales) Joe Brusha (Se7en #2, Grimm Fairy Tales) Mike Kaldova (Se7en #3) Christian Beranek (Se7en #4, Dracula vs. King Arthur) David Wohl (Se7en #5, Darkness Level 2) The event will be held March 14th from 5 until 8pm at the Comic Bug located in Manhattan Beach, CA. via Zenescope (link)
Zenescope slipped Major Spoilers a peek of two titles currently available at your local comic book store. First up is Grimm Fairy Tales #11, telling the tale of Bluebeard. I have the first trade of Grimm Fairy Tales in my “need to review” pile. The art in this series is really good, and I love the Al Rio covers. The stories are not half bad either, somewhat predictable, and light on the gore and violence, but fun none-the-less. The second preview is of Se7en #3: Sloth. This issue follows John Doe as he claims his third victim – a drug
Zenescope Entertainment will be at the New York Comic Con (booth #467) debuting Se7en #3, and Grimm Fairy Tales #13. The company has sent a complete schedule of the signings and guests scheduled to appear.
Zenescope Entertainment has announced its publishing schedule for the first half of this year. If you are a fan of Grimm Fairy Tales or Se7en, this announcement is welcome news.
Zenescope Entertainment has announced David Mack, creator of Kabuki, has written the sixth installment of Se7en. Se7en is the back story of John Doe and the Seven Deadly Sin killings from the movie of the same name. In this installment, David Mack will be taking on the task of Envy. “Writing from the POV of a psychopath came incredibly natural to me,” says Mack. Artist “Leif Jones, who I’ve been meaning to work with for 10 years,” brings his unique skills to the table for the penultimate chapter. You can read the Major Spoilers review of Se7en: Greed here. via
David Wohl, co-creator of Witchblade and The Darkness, has signed on to script Pride, the fifth installment in the Se7en series from Zenescope Entertainment and New Line Cinema. Se7en features the origin of John Doe, one of the most nefarious big screen villains of all time. “Few films have impacted the mental landscape of the movie going public quite like Se7en,” says Wohl, the former Editor-In-Chief for Top Cow Productions. “David Fincher’s bleak masterpiece spawned dozens of imitators but none can match the original. I’m thankful that Zenescope has chosen me to write this issue.” The second installment of Se7en,