RTWpicon.jpgZenescope 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.

“While our first year of publishing was successful and exciting, we didn’t account for some of the snags that can happen along the way,” said Zenescope Publisher Joe Brusha. “After a full year of putting out quality comics, we’ve worked out the kinks and can promise our fans we’re now on a steady schedule.

“We know it’s frustrating for both our fans and the retailers who carry our titles when books ship late. Getting our titles back on track was a major goal for us in 2007. We’ve been working closely with Diamond to make this happen.”

grimm09.jpggrimm10.jpgCurrently Zenescope plans to release Grimm Fairy Tales on the following dates:
Grimm Fairy Tales #10 – January 24
Grimm Fairy Tales #11 – February 7
Grimm Fairy Tales #12 – February 21
Grimm Fairy Tales #13 – March 14
Grimm Fairy Tales #14 – April 18

RTW.jpgFollowing issue #14, Zenescope plans to return Grimm Fairy Tales to a monthly schedule.

The current schedule for Se7en is as follows:
Se7en #2 – January 24
Se7en #3 – February 7
Se7en #4 – March 28
Se7en #5 – April 11
Se7en #6 – May 16
Se7en #7 – June 20

Sins of the Fallen #5 (final issue) – March 28

Final Destination: Spring Break #3 – January 24
Final Destination: Spring Break #4 – March 14
Final Destination: Spring Break #5 – May 23

Zenescope has let Major Spoilers know it will be releasing even more titles in 2007 including the spin-off series Return to Wonderland. Return to Wonderland #0 will ship May 3 with a cover price of $.99, which should make it easy to snag on Free Comic Book Day 2007.

via Zenescope (link)


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Stephen Schleicher began his career writing for the Digital Media Online community of sites, including Digital Producer and Creative Mac covering all aspects of the digital content creation industry. He then moved on to consumer technology, and began the Coolness Roundup podcast. A writing fool, Stephen has freelanced for Sci-Fi Channel's Technology Blog, and Gizmodo. Still longing for the good ol' days, Stephen launched Major Spoilers in July 2006, because he is a glutton for punishment. You can follow him on Twitter @MajorSpoilers and tell him your darkest secrets...

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