Press Release Zenescope Entertainment has announced plans for a new Wonderland prequel mini-series entitled Wonderland: Down the Rabbit Hole. The new five issue series will be penned by Wonderland writer and co-creator Raven Gregory and Zenescope’s “Robyn Hood” scribe, Pat Shand.
If I offered you a drug that would give you super powers, would you take it? Assuming you believed it did what I said, how could you not? It worked for Underdog and Hourman. But what happens when the effects wear off? How far will you go in chasing that initial high? How much would you give up for that feeling of power? Find out after the jump.
Zenescope Entertainment set the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in stores on December 19, 2012.
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. [podcast]http://traffic.libsyn.com/majorspoilers/msp451.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download (Right Click+Save As) Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org A big Thank You goes out to everyone who downloads, subscribes, listens, and supports this show. We really appreciate you taking the time to listen to our ramblings each week. Tell your friends about the podcast, get them to subscribe and, be
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.
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…
A cute naked girl shows up at your beachside doorstep. She wants to know if you have something she can wear. Welcome to Grimm Fairy Tales Myths & Legends #8. If this whole thing sounds a little fishy, take the plunge.
Our two heroines travel to the Inferno, intent on confronting a powerful demon that knows where both their children are located. The final chapter of The Dream Eater Saga is unfolding so there’s little time left for Sela & Belinda to save the Zenescope universe. Are they one step closer to victory?
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.
A young couple heads to an old-fashioned movie theater to check out the latest horror movie. He’s way into scary movies and she endures his genre libido. Is this just another night out on the town for our moviegoers, or is this representative of a violent new spin on the term, ‘director’s CUT?’ Grab some popcorn and an $8.00 soda – it’s time for Zenescope’s very own, The Theater #1.
Ex-girlfriends can represent painful experiences for many of us. If you feel that someone from your past did you wrong, I’m willing to bet the pain you find within the pages of Zenescope’s Fly #4 will surpass your personal discomfort threshold. That’s not even counting the actual STORY! Jump, if you dare…