Grimm Fairy Tales
It’s a mummy! And vampires! And a woman in a steampunk hat and corset in 1845? Things get interesting as we debate Grimm Fairy Tales: Van Helsing vs. The Mummy of Amun Ra #2 from Zenescope Entertainment.
Comic books take their inspiration wherever they can find it, even works of great literature. ‘Course, that doesn’t mean the resulting comics are going to be themselves great… Welcome to Ten Things!
Though it may have looked like Grimm Fairy Tales was at an end, Zenescope Entertainment has announced the series return in December.
Zenescope Entertainment, 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—has partnered with Coffee Shop of Horrors to provide specially flavored coffees based on their Grimm Fairy Tales series!
Apparently there has been a study that shows coloring calms you down, which may be why so many comic publishers are releasing comic books for adults. Zenescope Entertainment has announced it is re-releasing Grimm Fairy Tales Adult Coloring Book.
Zenescope Entertainment has announced it is planning in-store launch events for three new titles the publisher is releasing in July and August.
A new Grimm Fairy Tales kicks off this week, and it features a cute girl from under the sea. Will this turn into a mess of cheesecake art, or will the story propel us forward? Major Spoilers reviews Grimm Fairy Tales: The Little Mermaid #1 from Zenescope Entertainment.
Press Release Zenescope Entertainment begins celebrating their Year10 milestone in 2015 by releasing 10 issues per month. With a mix of the ongoing and brand new, these releases contain the hottest and most sought after stories in the Grimm Universe!
Zenescope Entertainment continues its Age of Darkness tour, and is heading to the New York Comic Con on October 9th. The company is bringing along several limited edition exclusives, and we have pictures of the covers, after the jump.
Press Release For an independent comic book publisher, getting to issue #50 is a milestone. Getting to issue #100 is a LANDMARK! Zenescope Entertainment, started in a garage by two Philly guys in 2005, has grown into a Top 10 Publisher with myriad fairy tales, horror, and fantasy titles plus working relationships with the biggest writers and artists in the business.