Zenescope New Releases | August 26th

Oz: Reign of the Witch Queen #4

Dorothy and team must stop Zamora before she overtakes all of Oz. But first, they must defeat the Warlord. They formulate a plan that hinges on a nome of questionable sobriety. Only he can separate the Warlord from his sword, giving Dorothy a chance to take him down for good.

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Written by Jeff & Kristin Massey | Artwork by Antonio Bifulco | Colors by Hedwin Zaldivar | Letters by Ghost Glyph Studios | Edited by Nicole Glade | Production & Design by Christopher Cote & Joi Dariel

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Cover A by Richard Ortiz | Ylenia di Napoli
Cover B by Harvey Tolibao | Ivan Nunes
Cover C by Paul Green
Cover D by Antonio Bifulco | Wes Hartman

Aliens vs. Zombies #2

The zombie virus has hit Earth and wiped out most of the population with terrifying speed. As a team of alien scientists races to stop the spreading plague, their ship is struck and plummets to the chaos below. They must quickly reorganize and find the broken pieces of their ship containing vital equipment in order to save the planet before they’re overwhelmed by hordes of human zombies.

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Written by Joe Brusha | Artwork by Vincenzo Riccardi | Colors by GROSTIETA | Letters by Micah Myers | Edited by Nicole Glade | Production & Design by Christopher Cote & Joi Dariel

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Cover A by Jason Metcalf | Ivan Nunes
Cover B by Anthony Spay | Sanju Nivangune
Cover C by Giuseppe Cafaro | David Delanty
Cover D by Eric J | Stephen Schaffer


Christopher Cote
<p>Art Director of Zenescope Entertainment</p>

One thought on “Zenescope New Releases | August 26th

  1. I love the new level of personality you’ve brought to Oz by introducing Rho’kat and giving Adraste more page time. It seems as though by making these two an integral part of the story, you have also upped your writing game with respect to this particular series. With such strong personalities rounding out your cast, it makes the Boggers seem grumpier, Bartleby wiser, Dorothy more comfortable, Smynth more…Smynth-y. Just as the second volume of Tales from Oz far surpassed its predecessor, Reign of the Witch Queen is fast becoming the superior volume in the trilogy.
    Sure, I’ve known how this issue would end since the final issue of Warlord, but it has still been fun to read this far. And we finally get to see how Warlord wound up in the state he was in back in the Oz AOD One-Shot before the Dark Queen released him, complete with his unfinished line, “–and your little dog, too!”
    I can’t wait (though I’ll have to) to see how the final issues of the Oz trilogy play out.

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