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Zenescope Previews: Wonderland #26, Inferno Rings of Hell, Helsing TPB, and Age of Darkness Vol. 2 TPB

Wonderland #26
Renaissance Part One

After years of torment at the hands of Wonderland and its many psychopathic denizens, Calie Liddle finally claimed victory. By defeating the Queen of Spades, Calie assumed leadership of Wonderland. And now she cares for the realm that once existed to torment her family. With the White Rabbit and a new reformed Cheshire Cat by her side, Calie seeks to transform the tainted realm back to its original glory… but it will not be an easy task.

This is the story of Calie Liddle… White Queen of Wonderland.

Written by Erica J. Heflin
Artwork by Vincenzo Riccardi
Colors by Ben Sawyer
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Pat Shand

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Cover A – Mike Krome/ Ula Mos
Cover B – Daniel Leister/ Wes Hartman
Cover C – Chris Ehnot/ David Delanty

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Inferno “Rings of Hell” #1

Following the events of Grimm Fairy Tales #100, the Dark Horde stands vicorious and the Age of Darkness begins on Earth. The Dark Queen reigns over the Grimm Universe, and decides to exact revenge on her stepdaughter, Lucifer. Offended by their betrayal, the Queen stops at nothing to capture both Lucifer and Mercy Dante and kill them in a unique and epic fashion.

Story by Joe Brusha, Ralph Tedesco, and Pat Shand
Written by Mike Wolfer
Artwork by Fernando Argosino
Colors by Bryan Valenza
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Nicole Glade

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Cover A – Drew Edward Johnson/ Stephen Schaffer
Cover B – Emilio Laiso
Cover C – Pasquale Qualano/ Ivan Nunes

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Helsing Trade Paperback
The Darkness and the Light

Helsing is a brilliant inventor and expert vampire killer, two skills she picked up from her legendary father, Abraham Van Helsing. However, the normally unflappable Helsing has her world shaken up when Abraham’s journal is anonymously mailed to her home in New York. She discovers a clue that leads her on a cross-continental journey to find out what happened to him. But what Helsing doesn’t know is that her travels will bring her face to face with her father’s most dangerous nemesis.

“Helsing is a classic vampire story with a modern-day twist… 5 out of 5 stars.” – Comics to Read

“The finished product that simply sparkles and shines.” – Unleash the Fanboy

Story by Pat Shand, Joe Brusha, and Ralph Tedesco
Written by Pat Shand
Artwork by Tony Brescini and Andres Esparza
Colors by Fran Gamboa and J.C. Ruiz
Letters by Jim Campbell
Art Director Anthony Spay
Trade Design by Christopher Cote and Stephen Schaffer
Edited by Nicole Glade


Cover Art by Mike S. Miller
Colors by Mohan Sivakami

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Age of Darkness Volume 2
Trade Paperback

The Dark Queen has risen and she plans to lead the Dark Horde into war against those sworn to protect Earth. With a brilliant and manipulative plot to take control of the Nexus and the four realms of power that surround it, the Queen is quickly gaining the ability to defeat almost anyone who stands in her way. And while humanity still has hope in the form of Sela Mathers and the Realm Knights, other unlikely heroes must join them before the Dark Queen becomes too powerful to stop.

This trade paperback collects the following Grimm Fairy Tales Age of Darkness one-shots: Robyn Hood, Inferno, and The Dark One.

“Plenty of action, sharp dialogue and good pacing to keep anyone interested.” – Adventures in Poor Taste

“An awesomely entertaining setting, characters, and personal dynamic that I have been waiting to see.” – Comic Bastards

Story by Pat Shand, Joe Brusha, and Ralph Tedesco
Written by Pat Shand, Ralph Tedesco, Raven Gregory, and Heather Finley
Artwork by Larry Watts, Sami Kivela, and Ricardo Silva
Colors by Slamet Mujiono, Bryan Valenza, and Mario Gonzalez
Letters by Jim Campbell
Art Director Anthony Spay
Trade Design by Christopher Cote
Edited by Nicole Glade and Pat Shand


Cover Art by Artgerm

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7 thoughts on “Zenescope Previews: Wonderland #26, Inferno Rings of Hell, Helsing TPB, and Age of Darkness Vol. 2 TPB

  1. I still don’t understand the timeline between Realm War, GFT vs Wonderland, and Wonderland #26, but I don’t feel like anything in the Wonderland series has been spoiled for me yet, so the “story of the White Queen of Wonderland” is looking pretty good so far.
    I don’t usually go for comics that are virtually dialogue- or explanation-free (Realm War #1 comes to mind), but I’m also digging the new Inferno arc, which is light on important dialogue and heavy on the kind of action that speaks for itself. Nice job so far, Zenescope!

    1. Well, GFT vs Wonderland takes place between Wonderland 25 and 26. Realm War is, and I quote Brusha, “Realm War: Age of Darkness’ will be almost like an
      alternate universe for 12 issues, and we’ll see how everything wraps up

      1. So there’s an Earth Universe and an Earth-Ish Universe, huh? That makes some kind of sense, I guess, because from what the military said in Realm War #1, there are pieces of the four Realms Of Power on Earth. So there must be pieces of Earth in the four Realms (or maybe an entirely separate Earth reality for each Realm? Ooh, that would be awesome!–confusing, but awesome).
        Another question I just thought of: the Inferno (and I’m assuming, all the other purgatory dimensions) is on Earth, so why isn’t the Shadowlands on Earth? Is it too soon to do that again? Sorry, that was actually two and a half questions. :)

  2. Someone know where is the full story of Zagreus? when he killed Salicia and all this stuff?
    There are a lot of references in all God’s story, but i still don’t know the real story about that…

    Thanks o/

    1. Zenescope is playing fast & loose with actual Greek/Roman myth. I didn’t see any mention of the “Zagreus kills Salacia” story in any myth references, but Salacia is the Roman equivalent of Amhitrite (Neptune/Poseidon’s “wife”–so they got that much right). Zagreus is the son of Zeus and Persephone (which Hades shouldn’t be too happy about because Persephone is his wife), and was supposed to have been killed and reincarnated as Dionysus (an inaccuracy on Zenescope’s part), so in the Grimm Universe you could think of him as Dionysus II because in the first Goddess, Inc. Dionysus is shown to be a completely different character.

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