With the popularity of archery in pop culture, it’s not altogether surprising that Zenescope Entertainment would give the original Emerald Archer a mini-series, nor is it surprising that they gave that archer a gender-bending twist. Major Spoilers takes a look at Robyn Hood #1!
In this issue, Stephen chats with Raven Gregory about some of the new titles he is working on for Zenescope Entertainment, the role of the executive editor, and why you should be careful what you wish for when he is writing a book.
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Zenescope Entertainment and Titmouse Studios are proud to announce the Grimm Fairy Tales the Animated Series screening party event during New York Comic Con weekend in October.
Calie and Violet Liddle have been found by Wonderland and it’s denizens, ebbing away all hope of having a normal life. Fighting insanity and each other, can this mother and daughter team ever find a safe place to call home? More after the jump.
Zenescope Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Grimm Fairy Tales #76 that arrives in stores this week.
Zenescope Entertainment, the company known most for its take on horror and supernatural thrillers, has announced that the #1 issue of its new Wonderland ongoing series has become the best-selling comic in the company’s seven year history.
With the growing number of writers opting not to pursue exclusive contracts with publishers, it is interesting to note that Zenescope Entertainment has signed a deal with writer Pat Shand to write exclusively for the company.
Zenescope Entertainment has announced plans to release a new chapter in the critically acclaimed FLY comic book series. The sequel is entitled FLY “The Fall” and is scheduled for an October release date. Written by creator Raven Gregory (The Waking, Wonderland), the series includes cover art for issue #1 by David Mack, Ale Garza and Darick Robertson. Interior artwork will be handled by Robert Gill (Alice in Wonderland). Upon release in 2011, the original Fly mini-series was touted as one of the best comics of 2011 by Wizard World, Pop Culture Addict, Comic Buzz, Talking Comics and Geekadelpia. The backstory behind the creation of the series was also showcased in a poignant USA Today article.
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!
Zenescope Entertainment, the company known for re-inventing classic tales as horror and thrillers, has announced plans to release a new Grimm Fairy Tales spinoff comic book series. This time the story of Sleepy Hollow will receive the Zenescope remake and is scheduled for an October release date. The mini-series is written by Dan Wickline (The Adventures of Sinbad, Call of Wonderland) with story by Zenescope’s Joe Brusha, Ralph Tedesco and Raven Gregory. Cover art for issue #1 is by Marat Mychaels and Matt Triano, and interior artwork for the series will be handled by Allan Otero (Salem’s Daughter: The Haunting, Grimm Fairy Tales).
Among the news from out of SDCC was the announcement of a ‘Wonderland’ television series based on Zenescope’s re-imagining of the works of Lewis Carroll. Having recently done a little bit of reading and research on the subject (we got a HUGE lot of Zenescope comics in, and I wanted an idea of what precisely I am selling), I’ve found that the title contains a lot more violence, sexuality and adult themes than I have seen on regular broadcast network television. Certainly cable channels have more leeway with TV-MA shows (‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Archer’ come to mind) but that also limits the audience to those who have the appropriate channel, especially when it comes to pay channels like HBO.
The MS-QOTD (pronounced “jah-bur-wok”) cannot explain itself because it’s not itself, you see, asking:
Would you rather have a toned-down version of an adult-oriented property that EVERYONE can access, or a faithful adaptation with a limited audience?
There was so much news coming out of the San Diego Comic-Con that even a week later, we are still getting news of announcements made at the show. Zenescope Entertainment had a few bits of information to share at the con, including the announcement about an upcoming television series.