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Ripley’s Believe It or Not is practically an institution for fans of the odd, the strange, and the unbelievable. Having appeared in comic form from multiple publishers over the years, Zenescope Entertainment is the latest to bring those interesting and bizarre tales to the comic stands in Ripley’s Believe It Or Not #1.
Harry Prest is about to learn that his actions have consequences, and that a woman scorned is often the most dangerous sort of all. No amount of prestige and money can help when death has your number as Harry finds out in “Phone Call From Beyond The Grave”, the subject of this issue of Grimm Tales of Terror #6 from Zenescope Entertainment.
After 100 years in the business of cartoons, media, and publishing, Ripley’s Believe It or Not! is building on its illustrative and publishing foundation by entering the graphic novel market in partnership with Zenescope Entertainment.
Zenescope Entertainment has announced its plans for Comic-Con International: San Diego 2018 as the company celebrates its 10th year exhibiting at the largest comic book convention in North America.
One minute Chicago Police Detective Nate McCallister was interrogating a prisoner, the next, he was jumping through a black hole leading to a secret facility filled with people who felt the need to point weapons at him! What’s a cop to do? The multidimensional conflict continues as we slip into The Mainstream #3 from Zenescope Entertainment!
After a three year hiatus, Zenescope’s smash hit series returns with Revenge of Wonderland. The first issue will be released at San Diego Comic Con and hit shelves at comic book retailer shops in late July.
A Chicago police detective discovers a secret conspiracy right under the nose of everyone: people are living on this Earth who don’t belong. That same detective sees what no one else can, that there is a group out there trying to send those not of this dimension back to their correct world. As we find out, Chicago Police Detective Nate McCallister may be part of the solution as well as the problem as well.
Zenescope Entertainment launched a Kickstarter yesterday for its “bishoujo-style” line of statues based on the female characters from its comic book line. Not surprising, the campaign was funded in only three hours.
Comic book and graphic novel publishing house, Zenescope Entertainment, has announced its plans for the 2018 Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2) April 6-8th at the McCormick Convention Center in downtown Chicago.
Zenescope Entertainment has announced plans to kick off a year-long Cosplay Contest during the company’s appearance at the 2018 Emerald City Comic Con.
Zenescope Entertainment has announced three new mini-series that will arrive in stores this month.