What Should Be The Next Zenescope Monthly Series?

Written by guest blogger David Goodman

With the conclusion of Grimm Fairy Tales: Myths & Legends with issue #25, that currently leaves Zenescope with two regular series (three if you include the bimonthly Grimm Universe) for their fans to look forward to each month. And while the various limited series that they publish are more than enough to keep even the most hardcore of Zenescope fans in a comic book coma month in and month out, there is something very rewarding about following a monthly series, especially if you have the chance to read it from issue #1.

And while Zenescope hasn’t announced any plans to launch a new monthly series anytime soon, I thought that with Unleashed putting a bright spotlight on the Grimm Universe, it might be fun to see what the candidates would be for a new regular series and what you the fans thought. After all, you are the ones that ultimately decide what Zenescope publishes when you vote with your hard earned money so your input counts more than you may think.

So what Grimm Universe characters might make for an outstanding monthly series? Let’s take a look.

Robyn Hood


This one should be fairly obvious to anyone who is a fan of Zenescope. Robyn Hood has easily been the companies biggest breakout hit since Wonderland and for good reason. In just one short 5 issue miniseries, Pat Shand created a multidimensional, fully realized character in Robyn Locksley, one that could be the subject of stories for years and years to come. Plus it helps that she embodies everything that Zenescope has come to represent in the comic book marketplace; kick ass women who can run with the big boys.

Realm Knights

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If ever there was a concept┬áthat was perfect for a regular monthly series, Realm Knights is it. I was blown away by the one-shot that came out a few months back and amazed how well a book like this worked in the Grimm Universe. Realm Knights takes the idea of the Avengers and boils it down to it’s essence, getting rid of all the extra crap and giving the reader the best of Zenescope in one book. Plus we would still get more Robyn Hood, and that’s never a bad thing.

Van Helsing

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Even though she has only just┬ámade her first appearance in the pages of Unleashed, Van Helsing has already proven quite popular with the fans (and honestly how could she not the way Jamie Tyndall draws her on those covers). Much like Robyn Hood, she fits the Zenescope mold perfectly, and with most of her backstory still an open book, there are any number of directions a monthly series could go. And if ever someone should be a member of the Realm Knights, it’s Van Helsing.

The Jungle Book


Through two captivating miniseries, Mark L. Miller has reimagined The Jungle Book for a whole new generation and given it that special twist that makes it uniquely Zenescope. That’s no easy task, and yet when you finish Last of the Species, the second Jungle Book miniseries, you still get the feeling Miller has barely scratched the surface of the story he wants to tell. Some might say that a title like The Jungle Book works best in the miniseries format, but to me, it could be one huge, sprawling epic that could last for years.



Given the fact of her recent resurrection in Unleashed and apparent attempts to make right the wrongs she has committed, Belinda would make for a comic unlike any on the stands. It would be incredibly interesting to follow the character as she tries to redeem herself in the eyes of Sela and follow a new, dangerous path. Of course, we’ll have to wait until the end of Unleashed to see how things turn out for her, but I have my fingers crossed.



Like Robyn Hood, this one should jump right out at you. The long talked about fourth realm of power has finally been revealed in Oz #1 and you can’t tell me that the whole story can be wrapped up in six issues. I could imagine a book like Oz lasting at least 200 issues if not more; the idea is that deep and complex. I for one am going to have a really hard time waiting between miniseries so why don’t you do us all a favor and just make it a monthly, huh?



Other than Hook appearing in the pages of Bad Girls and Realm Knights, not much has been heard from Neverland since the Dream Eater Saga and I think it’s time for that to change. Like Oz, Neverland is a rich concept that could sustain a monthly series for years. Hell, at this point I would even take a Hook monthly book; at least then we could see a peek every now and then of Neverland.


So what do you think? Any of those sound like something you would be willing to buy each and every month? Or maybe you have another idea? Well let us know. Sound off in the comments below and help Zenescope decide if launching a new monthly series is a good idea. They only way they’ll know is if you tell them.

10 thoughts on “What Should Be The Next Zenescope Monthly Series?

  1. I’m the first one? Sweeet! ‘;c)
    I vote for Belinda! Want to see how she tries to atone for all the people she has wronged/turned to the Dark Side.
    Sela is has her own series (if you don’t add all her guest appearances) – so why not her former Dark Side sister?

  2. I think OZ or Neverland, since they’d have another realm covered to go along with the current monthly issues.

  3. Neverland, Jungle Book, or Oz. Actually ALL of them would be very cool, but those are the top three I would like to see expanded on. I think Jungle book has a lot of potential, and it’s already off to a great start. At the same time the Grimms universe is big and crazy, but I feel like Oz and Neverland haven’t been used to their full potential.

  4. I would love to read Robyn every month. Realm knights would be my 2nd, and Hit List might be a good candidate.

  5. Well, the very first thing I want as a monthly (not counting Charmed coming back) is Salem’s Daughter. I love Anna and Braden and I want to see more about them. Oddly enough neither one is my favorite (non Charmed) character in the Zenescope comics.

    That is Nathan, so of the ones you mentioned (and second overall) I want more Neverland. I can be kept happy with Realm Nights, but I really want more than just Nathan. I want Neverland. I want Belle and Wendy and Dr. Harlow and Tiger Lily and Pan. I want to see them back.

    My third series is Sinbad. I want to know what happens to them as they react to Pots death and continue their quest to clear Sinbad’s name. And what on earth will happen with Ash? We left him at a rather interesting place just revealing more of who he is and then nothing. And there is still Queen Alorana to deal with. She’s up to something and I want to know how that turns out.

    Of the ones you mentioned (not counting Neverland since I already placed that) I would go with Realm Knights next. After all it has Nathan. Sure I haven’t managed to get my copy of the main mini series yet, but it’s got Nathan, so really I’m good.

    The next series I want is The Jungle Book. I really don’t care if it’s in a story arc form or a single continuous series, just so long as I get at least eight or so issues a year. I just want more of The Jungle Book.

    Belinda having her own series would be cool as she is one of favorite of the villains and I think it would be fun to see her redemption path . . . If she makes it.

    Robyn and Van Helsing are good characters, although I’m terribly unfond of vampires, so I’m weary of that. I don’t have my copies of Oz 1 yet (much to my annoyance), but I suspect I would very much enjoy exploring that realm.

    All in all though I want some form of the first three before any of the others, but I’m sure I would enjoy any of these. Please give me more Nathan and Braden, Zenescope. I really like those characters.

    1. I agree with Sinbad! I thought that was one of the best series so far, and it just kind of petered out after the Dream Eater.

  6. …or you could do a Zenescope presents series where all of these titles could be cycled through the book. We might have Robyn for four or five issues, followed by Realm Knights, or Oz, or Neverland, or Jungle Book. In this manner you can still keep the mini-series format that has been so amazingly successful for Zenescope, but have one title that rules them all (See what I did there?) Additionally, it could even have Belinda as a “main character” as she passes from realm-to-realm in her many adventures as she works toward redemption.
    Whatever the decision the outcome is going to be more Zenescope awesomeness!

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