Comic-Con Trailers: The Best of the Best, Ranked
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Joe Brusha and Ralph Tedesco celebrate 100 issues of "Grimm Fairy Tales," the Dark Queen's triumph and talk Zenescope's controversial covers.
Zenescope president and co-founder Joe Brusha spoke in-depth with CBR about the niche "Grimm Fairy Tales" fills in the comics industry, and why he's OK with not being able to please everyone. UPDATED with exclusive art.
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The former Publisher of Marvel Comics is heading back into publishing with his own teenage riff on a vulgar crossover kids book from Zenescope as well as a new superhero universe in the works with an eye towards a brighter future.
Writer Dan Wickline expounds on the influence of H.P. Lovecraft and Lewis Carroll on the Zenescope new miniseries "Call of Wonderland."
Comic writer and defense attorney Jeffrey Kaufman discusses the origins of "Whore," his upcoming Zenescope graphic novel following the morally-bankrupt misadventures of gun-for-hire Jacob Mars.
Writer Mark L. Miller spoke with CBR News about his "Grimm Fairy Tales" adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book," featuring a female Mowglii, animal civil war and more.
Writer Raven Gregory takes readers back down the rabbit hole for the escapades of the original Wonderland heroine in Zenescope's newest Grimm Fairy Tales installment, "Alice in Wonderland."
Courtesy of Zenescope, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Grimm Fairy Tales: Myths & Legends" #1 by Raven Gregory and David Miller with a cover by J. Scott Campbell. The issue hits January 19.
Launching their latest horror-influenced franchise, Zenescope Entertainment prepares fans for encounters with the supernatural with the "Monster Hunters' Survival Guide" as penned by expert JP Russ.
ROBOT 6 spoke with Zenescope's Paul Ruditis and Raven Gregory about their new licensed series, what readers can expect from it, reaching out to the show's fanbase and more.
Co-writers Raven Gregory and Paul Ruditis spoke with CBR News about the new Zenescope ongoing series, "Charmed," which picks up the witch sisters' story where the popular television series' finale left off.
The publisher best known for its "Grimm Fairy Tales" series has inked a deal to bring the long-running WB TV series to comics with a June-debuting series by "Charmed" novelist Paul Ruditis and Raven Gregory.
Courtesy of Zenescope Entertainment, CBR presents an exclusive First Look at the covers for the 50th issue of the publisher's "Grimm Fairy Tales," featuring artwork by Angel Medina, Franchesco and Al Rio.
Writer, creator and Zenescope President Joe Brusha sheds light on the publisher's newest "Grimm Fairy Tales" miniseries, "Neverland," which will take readers to a very different place than the one they may remember from childhood.
Zenescope Entertainment's Raven Gregory sits down with CBR News to discuss his brand-new "Tales From Wonderland" series, set to focus on the Cheshire Cat, the Red Queen and other Wonderland denizens.