Zenescope has a whole lotta things going on at Wizard World Philadelphia taking place May 30 – June 1, 2008. Not only will the company have several convention exclusives, but the company is also hosting a Wizard School panel, creator signings, and an after party bash.

“Philly Wizard World is in our backyard and we’re extremely excited about this one.” said Zenescope President Joe Brusha. “We debuted our very first issue at the Philly con back in ’05 and the fans who showed up supported us right out of the gate and we’re so appreciative of that. We’re looking forward to another great show this year.”

Take the jump for the previews and complete rundown.

Convention Exclusives

TALES FROM WONDERLAND: THE MAD HATTER one-shot Wizard World Exclusive
Cover art by David Nakayama (Marvel Adventures) limited to 500 issues.


GRIMM FAIRY TALES #27 The 3 Blind Mice Philly ‘Cheesesteak’ Exclusive
Cover art by Romano Molenaar limited to 500 copies.


1001 ARABIAN NIGHTS: The Adventures of Sinbad Philly Wizard World Exclusive
Cover art by David Nakayama limited to 750 copies.


Zenescope Panel

Friday, May 30th 4:00 to 5:00 PM

Creating Your Comic
Zenescope’s Ralph Tedesco and Joe Brusha offer tips and advice on developing your own indie comic book. From idea to story development to artwork to pitching your series to publishers. Join Ralph and Joe as they offer advice and tips about where to start and what publishers tend to look for when taking on new creators and comic book properties.

T-shirts and DVDs will be raffled off and all attendees will receive a choice of free comics so don’t miss this panel!

Zenescope/Brave New Worlds Ultimate After-Party

Saturday May 31st

OTIUM Lounge
110 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA

via Zenescope


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  1. I’ll be in attendance, but I can’t say I’m super excited about Zenescope as this is the first time I’ve heard of them. When they listed the exclusives for WWP, it left me scratching my head. Since I am a fan of buxom ladies, I might have to snag a few.

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