Zenescoop Previews: Grimm Fairy Tales 2011 Holiday Edition

 

 

Well,  since the Holiday season is coming to a close, we don’t want to miss the opportunity to spotlight this year’s holiday edition. It is exciting to be able to bring a Zenescope twist to just about any tale, but The Christmas Carol was a fun one to revisit.

This was the cover B, done by Sjepan Sejic. Sjepan does a good amount of covers for Zenescope, and this one really captures the tale with a clever use of lighting. The moonlight background focuses on the dark possibilities and characters but the candlelit foreground offers a sense of hope. The whole tale is told in one image.

Now, let’s take a look at some of the interiors of the holiday edition. Here is page 16, done by Reno Maniquis, depicting the “past” that led to her current life.

Here is page 28 and 29,  done by Anthony Spay, depicting the dark ghouls that also haunt her that very night.

And finally, here is page 37, done by Jim Rodgers, depicting Elizabeth’s please for a chance to change her ways to Krampus.

And there you have it! Another glimpse into the recent work from us here at Zenescope. We hope you check out our holiday edition if you haven’t already. If you haven’t yet got yourself a copy of this specific issue, don’t forget that we sell all of our comic books on our website. This issue is available here.

 

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  • Katrina

    Oooh. I want this one. Do you know if it will be on sale at the Mesa Comic Con? If you can, email me and let me know. :)

    • Zenescope

      There will be a handful of copies available there.

    • Zenescope

      There will be a handful of copies available there.