Featured Artist of the Week: Pasquale Qualano

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[Wonderland #36 – Cover by Qualano]

Pasquale Qualano | Cover Artist

ZE: How long have you been working in comics?
PQ: I have worked for comics after graduation since I was 19 years old, back in 2005. I’m also a sculptor.

ZE: What age did you realize you wanted to be an artist as a career?
PQ: I was in primary school when I read my first comic book and from that point, I realized I wanted to be a comic artist.

ZE: Who has most inspired you in your art career?
PQ: My family! My parents always believed in my ability.

ZE: What artist has most inspired you?
PQ: There are a lot of artists who inspired me: John Buscema, John Romita Sr, Michael Turner, J. Scott Campbell, Terry Dodson, Adam Hughes… and many others.

ZE: Have you ever had a mentor? If so, Who?
PQ:  I would have liked to have a mentor, but I am self-taught in comic art.

ZE: What time period and where would you visit if you had a time machine? Why?
PQ: I’d like to go to the Italian Renaissance. I’d like to take some time to get to know the great Michelangelo, of course. I want to go at the beginning of the 1900; what a chance to learn by Alphonse Mucha. I love the art nouveau.

ZE: What would the title of your autobiography be?
PQ: Born to Be Wild …Maybe? :D

ZE: What would I find in your fridge right now?
PQ: Pizza!

ZE: What’s your favorite movie all time if you had to pick one?
PQ: It’s hard to pick one. I think my favorite movie is Ghost in the Shell. I love this anime.

ZE: What actor would play you in a movie?
PQ: I hope Robert Downey Jr. :D

ZE: What’s your craziest convention story?
PQ: I think it best for all not to share! :D

ZE: If you could sing one song on the Voice, what would it be and why?
PQ: “World in my Eyes.” I love the Depeche Mode; they are my favorite band.

ZE: What is the best compliment you ever received?
PQ: “Dad, you’re the best!” from my little daughter.

ZE: If you could only have one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?
PQ: Pizza! I am Neapolitan. :)

ZE: Who’s your biggest celebrity crush?
PQ:Salma Hayek.

ZE: Who is your favorite solo act of all time?
PQ: Robin Williams.

ZE: What comic con do you most enjoy traveling to?
PQ: New York Comic Con.

ZE: You can pick any 3 FAMOUS people to have dinner with, living or dead, who do you choose?
PQ: It’s hard for me to choose, but I think Salma Hayek (always good to have beautiful woman to dinner), Dave Gahan, and Adam Hughes.

ZE: Do you workout? If so, what is your favorite workout routine?
PQ: Playing with my daughter is a workout? :)

ZE: What’s your favorite hobby outside of work?
PQ: I like going to the movies, listening to music, going to museums. I like to travel with my family; I prefer to spend time with friends and my family.

ZE: If you could switch places with someone for a week, who would it be? Why?
PQ: I don’t know if anybody wants to switch places with me for a week, just let me know.

ZE: Who is your favorite comic book character of all time?
PQ: Spiderman!

ZE: Who is your favorite Zenescope comic book character to draw or color?
PQ: I love to draw Keres; I love the dark women.

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[Grimm Tales of Terror #12 – Cover by Qualano]

ZE: You can choose any one super power. What is it? Why?
PQ: I have a superpower, I am Neapolitan! :D

 

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Zenescope New Releases | April 8th 2015

Grimm Fairy Tales #109 
Beowulf | Part One

Wulf’s reckless reaction to gossip earns him an expulsion from Arcane Acre. Now, he finds himself a student of the more strict Abraxas Academy. He seems to adjust well enough, but an ancient evil stirs and threatens to drastically change Wulf’s life once again.

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Written by Pat Shand | Artwork by David Lorenzo Riveiro & Ryan Best | Colors by Renato Guerra & Viviane Tybusch | Letters by Ghost Glyph Studios | Edited by Nicole Glade

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Cover A by Pasquale Qualano | Devgear | Sean Ellery
Cover B by Meguro
Cover C by Alex Kotkin | Devgear | Sean Ellery

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Cover D by David Nakayama *YEAR10 Anniversary Variant Cover (Limited to 200)

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Cover E by Mike DeBalfo *Fan Expo Vancouver Variant Cover (Limited to 350)


FINAL ISSUE!

White Queen: Age of Darkness #3
As Summers Die

Calie, sick of the Dark Queen’s malicious orders, consults the spirits of Wonderland. With their help, she learns why the Dark Queen cannot rule Wonderland herself and how to exploit that weakness. However, it seems one more obstacle stands between Calie and freedom… the cunning Trickster.

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Written by Troy Brownfield | Artwork by Luca Claretti | Colors by Leonardo Paciarotti | Letters by Charles Pritchett | Edited by Nicole Glade

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Cover A by Harvey Tolibao | Sanju Nivangune
Cover B by Giuseppe Cafaro | Simone Di Meo | Ylenia Di Napoli
Cover C by Paolo Pantalena | Ula Mos

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Cover D by Paul Green | Ula Mos *2015 C2E2 Exclusive Cover (Limited to 500)
Cover E by Paul Green | Ula Mos *2015 C2E2 [Naughty] Exclusive Cover (Limited to 100)


All Rights Reserved © 2015 Zenescope Entertainment INC.
Grimm Fairy Tales and White Queen are both available 4/8/2015. Order online at http://shop.zenescope.com/new-releases

 

 

Featured Artist of the Week: Sabine Rich

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Sabine Rich | Cover Artist/Colorist
[SNEAK PEEK at Sabine’s upcoming Realm War #10 cover at the end of the interview!]

ZE: How long have you been working in comics?
SR: Started in 2012 so it’s been 3 years.

ZE: What age did you realize you wanted to be an artist as a career?
SR: 14 years old.

ZE:Who has most inspired you in your art career?
SR: Truthfully I fell in love with art from watching cartoons, so I have to say Disney cartoons have inspired me the most. I didn’t really grow up with comic books, but I was fascinated by how art was animated and how you could bring something to life with art. So it definitely made me fall in love with art.

ZE: What artist has most inspired you?
SR: I wish I had one… but truthfully there have been too many and there are more artists everywhere and the art I see every day throughout my life that have inspired me to keep wanting to draw more and get better and also make me keep falling in love with this form of creating.

ZE: What would I find in your fridge right now?
SR: Milk, orange juice, kombucha, pate, cheese, butter, carrots, zucchini, broccoli, pumpkin, mushrooms, eggs, pickles, condiments, peanut butter, thai curry paste, and some leftovers.

ZE: What’s your favorite movie all time if you had to pick one?
SR: That’s really hard to pick one for all time! But I will go with Pirates of the Caribean, as that always makes me happy when I watch it. Yo ho and a bottle of rum! :D

ZE: What actor would play you in a movie?
SR: I’d go with Eva Green. She’s French :) and is the same age as me and I’ve been told I look a lot like her. Of course, only drawback is she is quite a bit taller than me… but I guess you can’t have everything :P

ZE: What’s your craziest convention story?
SR: Well it’s not that crazy but only my second time at a convention I completely lost my voice by the first day and had to do a 3 day show with no voice, and it took me a whole week to get my voice back after that. Definitely don’t want that to happen again.  Everyone was very nice to me while I was trying to explain the books we were selling without a voice… was pretty funny at times.

ZE: If you could only have one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?
SR: Man that is soo hard to pick, but I do really like Thai curry, green, red, and yellow. So I’ll go with that.

ZE: Who’s your biggest celebrity crush?
SR: Right now I do have a bit of a  crush on the actor, Travis Fimmel, who plays Ragnar Lothbrok in Vikings. I’m so enjoying that series!

ZE: What Comic Con do you most enjoy traveling to?
SR: I do really like NYCC. It’s a long show and usually really exhausting, but it’s got great energy and plenty of amazing artists that it’s always great to go and admire as well. The city is also very interesting to visit and being a European I feel more at home in a city where you can walk and take public transport and get around easily.

ZE: Do you workout? If so, what is your favorite workout routine?
SR: My workout routine is that every time I get up from my desk throughout the day, for whatever reason. I do some form of exercise. I have a kettlebell so I do squats and arm exercises and I generally try and combine an exercise to work out as many parts of the body in one go. So I do that throughout the day. Keeps my body active throughout the day which I read is important for someone who has a desk job.

ZE: What’s your favorite hobby outside of work?
SR: Sports… though it’s always hard to find the time… but it really is something that makes me super happy when I can be outside doing something sporty!

ZE: Who is your favorite Zenescope comic book character to draw or color?
SR: So far I really like drawing and coloring the White Queen.

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[White Queen #2 – Cover B by Sabine]

ZE: You can choose any one super power. What is it? Why?
SR: I would like to control time… :) and have the ability to travel back and forth. The reason is there never seems to be enough time… and there are always those moments one wishes they could relive. Anyway I think it would be pretty cool :)

Be sure to LIKE Sabine on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1BMhikB and FOLLOW her on Twitter: @Sabine_rich

SNEAK PEEK: Realm War #10 Cover by Sabine available this May!

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Featured Artist of the Week: Roberta Ingranata

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Roberta Ingranata | Interior Artist
[SNEAK PEEK at some upcoming coolness at the end of the interview!]

ZE: How long have you been working in comics?
RI: I started three years ago for Italian comics and since the last November for American comics.

ZE: What age did you realize you wanted to be an artist as a career?
RI: Since I was a child. I was born thinking “I’m gonna be an artist… or a paratrooper.” Well, I think the second choice would be easier than make comics.

ZE: Who has most inspired you in your art career?
RI: Even if he doesn’t know, the answer is David Messina. Many years ago I met him during an Italian convention, Lucca Comics. When he talked to me, I realized that I want to be apart this world with the same approach he has. That moment, I knew I would have to be polite, professional, and modest, exactly as he is. I would work hard and, if I had the possibility, help young talent to find their way.

ZE: What artist has most inspired you?
RI: I follow so many artists that it’s hard to do a list. But, if I should give you one name, I’d say Claire Wendling. I love her art; she’s a great source of inspiration

ZE: Have you ever had a mentor? If so, Who?
RI: I don’t know if I could call him a mentor, but Alfio Buscaglia (Glénat Editions – Sergio Bonelli Editore) was the first one to help me when I bought my Cintiq. And, most of all, he was the first to help me when I was panicked. Every Saturday I went to his study to have a cup of tea with him and his dog Zoe. Those were perfect times. I remember it was raining aaaaall the time.

I should say thanks to Michael Woods too. He was my first foreign contact, and it was Alfio who recommended me to him. Michael is great, he had the patience to explain to me how to work for American comics… and he even gave me my first American work!

ZE: What time period and where would you visit if you had a time machine? Why?
RI: There’s a part of me who wants to travel back in time in the Louis XIV’s age. I love Versaille, and I wish I could follow the etiquette of that great court, with all those magnificent dresses. But, also, there’s a part of me who’d like to fight shoulder to shoulder with Che Guevara, in Bolivia, spending my life to fight for human freedom. Another part of me would visit Great Britain, to fight with the suffragettes for the women emancipation.

ZE: What would the title of your autobiography be?
RI: History of a Girl Dead in Poverty. She bought more comics than she drew.

ZE: What would I find in your fridge right now?
RI: Sushi! Or, to say it better: SUSHI!

ZE: What’s your favorite movie all time if you had to pick one?
RI: The Bryan Singer’s “The Usual Suspects”. Because anybody can understand the movie until the end. And he who says he did, is lying.

ZE: What actor would play you in a movie?
RI: Laura Carmichael. I love her in Downtown Abbey.

ZE: What’s your craziest convention story?
RI: Every time that anyone hugs me and kisses me and talks to me… and I really, really don’t know who he is.

ZE: If you could sing one song on the Voice, what would it be and Why?
RI: Oh, no, please… do not let me sing. Never. For your safety.

ZE: What is the best compliment you ever received?
RI: “You’re a rock.”

ZE: If you could only have one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?
RI: Nutella. But the truth is that I have a food intolerance to Nutella, so… problem solved!

ZE: Who’s your biggest celebrity crush?
RI: Maggie Smith.

ZE: What is your favorite band of all time?
RI: Queen.

ZE: Who is your favorite solo act of all time?
RI: Elvis Presley.

ZE: What Comic Con do you most enjoy traveling to?
RI: I never visited an American Convention, but I will this year! Do you mind If I ask you to wait for the answer?

ZE: You can pick any 3 FAMOUS people to have dinner with, living or dead, who do you choose?
RI: Jung, because I have a couple of questions for him. Rita Levi Montalcini, I’d like to tell her how much I admire what she did for humanity. And Kurt Cobain, because… uhm… he was the coolest guy on earth.

ZE: Do you workout? If so, what is your favorite workout routine?
RI: Yoga. Because I can do it wearing pyjamas.

ZE: What’s your favorite hobby outside of work?
RI: Reading. Reading a lot.

ZE: If you could switch places with someone for a week, who would it be? Why?
RI: An outlying place, to visit with my boyfriend. A place full of nature and lots and lots of wild animals. I totally love nature.

ZE: who is your favorite comic book character of all time?
RI: Constantine – Hellblazer.

ZE: who is your favorite Zenescope comic book character to draw or color?
RI: I love the Rotter, a new Robyn Hood Ongoing” character. I fell in love with him since the first time I saw – or better, I read – him.

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ZE: You can choose any one super power. What is it? Why?
RI: May I sleep and work at the same time? Think about it, life would be so much easier.

Follow Roberta on Twitter at @Robbertopoli

SNEAK PEEK: Roberta’s first Zenescope Cover | Robyn Hood Ongoing #12 B

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Featured Artist of the Week: Dawn McTeigue

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Dawn McTeigue | Cover Artist

ZE: How long have you been working in comics?
DM: Since March 2012, 3 years

ZE: What age did you realize you wanted to be an artist as a career?
DM: 18 Years old, at 19 I saw my first comic in English (I grew up in Japan & Europe) & right then I decided I wanted to be in comics. Though for many years that felt like an impossibility, I’m so glad the dream finally came true.

ZE: Who has most inspired you in your art career?
DM: J. Scott Campbell

ZE: Have you ever had a mentor? If so, Who?
DM: Yes, EBAS.

ZE: What would I find in your fridge right now?
DM: Eggs, apples, milk, vegetables, salad dressing & hot sauce

ZE: What’s your favorite movie all time if you had to pick one?
DM: 5th Element

ZE: What actor would play you in a movie?
DM: Probably Fairuza Balk, as I’ve been told we have a few similarities.

ZE: If you could only have one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?
DM: Sushi or maybe ice-cream …it’s a toss-up.

ZE: What is your favorite band of all time?
DM: KoRn, though close runners-up are: In This Moment, Marilyn Manson

ZE: What Comic Con do you most enjoy traveling to?
DM: C2E2 because the flights out of Calgary are direct & short. I’m not a fan of flying.

ZE: Do you workout? If so, what is your favorite workout routine?
DM: I do. My amazingly fit husband made me a 5-day workout plan that I cycle through. Monday, Wednesday & Friday I do 300 kettlebell swings with 35lbs (I’m trying to work up to 50 lbs). Tuesday is 100 pushups & 50 weighted walking lunges, Thursday is arm & back day with another 50 walking lunges. I can manage to do this much even if I’m on a deadline, so I’ve lost my excuse to skip it altogether.

ZE: What’s your favorite hobby outside of work?
DM: Honestly, I don’t have time for a hobby between art & 3 kids (ages 12, 10 & 4) though I love watching TV shows &/or movies with my family in the evenings. I generally need to keep drawing through the show, but it’s still something we all do together & it’s great to have shows or movies going on in the background.

ZE: Who is your favorite comic book character of all time?
DM: Harley Quinn

ZE: Who is your favorite Zenescope comic book character to draw or color?
DM: Calie Liddle in her badass outfit. It gives so much visual interest & detail, however, I’ll admit, the lacing is a pain to draw. :D

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ZE: You can choose any one super power. What is it? Why?
DM: Wolverine’s power of healing & long life for obvious reasons. If the Hugh Jackman Wolverine came along as a bonus I wouldn’t say no.


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Exclusive Preview – Grimm Fairy Tales: The Little Mermaid

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Grimm Fairy Tales: The Little Mermaid will feature the creative team of writer Meredith Finch (Wonder Woman, Grimm Tales of Terror, Tales from Oz), artist Miguel Mendonca (Warlord of OZ, Tales from OZ, OZ), and colorist Ivan Nunes (Grimm Fairy Tales, Game of Thrones, Green Hornet). Cover artists include David Finch, Ed Benes, Jason Metcalf, Mirka Andolfo, and Mike Krome.

Part 1 – When asked how Zenescope’s Little Mermaid stands out from other retellings, the creative team offered some interesting insight.

Meredith Finch:This is a story that really gives the reader a lot of insight into who Zenescope’s Little Mermaid is, including her parentage and we get to explore, in a new way, the idea of mermaid/human interaction and attraction. The ultimate outcome is something very different from what readers have come to expect, given the well-known Disney version.”

Miguel Mendonca :For the Little Mermaid, my first contact was with the cartoon series, I clearly remember watching it every Saturday morning as a kid. I do try to include elements from that on the boards, part of it comes naturally, but I also think it’s important that people can recognize something from the characters that they already knew. As for standing out from other retellings, I’m not that worried that it doesn’t since, the way Meredith Finch is writing it, right from the beginning you understand this is not your regular Little Mermaid story. Of course, I always try to give it my personal touch, and that in itself I’m hoping stands out.”

Meredith Finch: “I am really looking forward to exploring Zenescope’s version of The Little Mermaid.  We are going to explore the history of the character from a new perspective and the impact of past rivalries on her present. “

Visit your local comic shop to order The Little Mermaid, available February 25th!
Part 2 of our interview and more sneak peeks coming Thursday!

All Rights Reserved © 2015 Zenescope Entertainment Inc.

Interview with a Zenescope Creative – Holiday Edition

The Jungle Book: Fall of the Wild writer Mark L. Miller answers our Holiday Questionnaire. Be sure to pick up a copy of The Jungle Book from shop.zenescope.com or from your local comic shop!

  1. What is on your holiday wish list this year?

    Nothing much.  I need a new phone, so maybe Santa will drop one in my stocking this year.

  1. What is the best holiday gift you ever received?

    My brother and I got two foot tall Shogun Warriors as a kid that I still have and love!

  1. Any amusing holiday stories you’d like to share?

    I asked my parents for a chainsaw every Christmas, but I never got a chainsaw.

  1. Any holiday traditions?

    I usually annoy my family by playing Good King Wenceslas over and over obnoxiously on the piano while they decorate the Christmas Tree.

  1. Do you have a favorite Christmas / Holiday movie?

    I love Gremlins and Scrooged.  Both never get old, no matter how many times I’ve seen them.

  1. 2015 is right around the corner!  Any big plans to ring in the New Year?

    Finishing up scripts for Jungle Book!

  1. Are you making any New Year’s Resolutions?  What are they?

    Write more.  Procrastinate less.

  1. What are you looking forward to in 2015?

    Star Wars!

  1. List any websites or links you’d like us to share.

    You can follow me on Twitter @Mark_L_Miller and be sure to check out Jungle Book from Zenescope Entertainment and my creator owned book at Black Mask Studios called Pirouette (http://kingsroadmerch.com/black-mask-studios/?id=1784)!

Zenescope Previews: GFT Realm War #5 and Grimm Tales of Terror #5

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Vaughan lies dead, killed by the traitorous Robyn hood. Before he died, he gave Sela a USB with all his research on it. Now, Sela must discover what he knew and how to utilize that knowledge in order to end the Dark Queen’s rule. Meanwhile, the Dark Queen steals Hercules from Venus, adding to her already powerful army. But the Dark one grows tired of her actions.

Written by Joe Brusha
Artwork by Sami Kivela
Colors by Maxflan Araujo
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Nicole Glade

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Cover A by Mike S. Miller // Mohan Sivakami
Cover B by Pasquale Qualano // Devgear // Alessia Nocera
Cover C by Artgerm
Cover D by Alfredo Reyes // Vinicius Andrade
Zenescope Holiday Exclusive Cover E by Elias Chatzoudis (Limited to 350 Copies)

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Grimm Tales of Terror #5
What Lies Above
A secret waits in the attic of an old home, and a twelve-year-old is both intrigued and terrified of what he might find if he goes upstairs.

Written by Meredith Finch
Artwork by Joel Ojeda
Colors by Roland Pilcz
Letters by Matthew Krotzer
Edited by Nicole Glade

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Cover A by Richard Ortiz // Ylenia Di Napoli
Cover B by Giuseppe Cafaro // Simone Di Meo // Ylenia Di Napoli
Cover C by Eric J // Stephen Schaffer

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All Rights Reserved (c) 2014 Zenescope Entertainment INC.
Grimm Fairy Tales: Realm War #5 and Grimm Tales of Terror #5 both are available this Wednesday 12/3, at your local comic book store or online at
http://shop.zenescope.com

Zenescope Previews: GFT #104, Dark Shaman #2, GFT 2014 Holiday Edition

Grimm Fairy Tales #104
Rise of the Water Nymphs Part 1 of 2
Hailey seemingly catches Belinda scheming with the Dark One and rushes to tell Wulf, the one person she trusts. However, Hailey’s own past is about to catch up with her and complicate things far more than she can imagine.

Story by Joe Brusha, Ralph Tedesco, and Pat Shand
Written by Pat Shand
Artwork by Andrea Meloni
Colors by Ivan Nunes
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Nicole Glade

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Cover A by Ivan Nunes
Cover B by Stephen Schaffer
Cover C by Daxiong

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Dark Shaman #2
The Arisen
Haunted by strange dreams, Colby finds her vacation anything by relaxing. Everyone else seems oblivious to the increasing danger. That is, until the recently awakened Shaman summons a freak snowstorm. As the Shaman claims his first sacrifice, it may already be too late for Colby and her friends.

Story by Joe Brusha
Written by Erica J. Heflin
Artwork by Sean Hill
Colors by Omi Remalante Jr.
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Nicole Glade

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Cover A by Harvey Tolibao // Ivan Nunes
Cover B by Marat Mychaels // Jacob Bear // Stephen Schaffer
Cover C by Jose Luis // Ivan Nunes
*Not Pictured: Cover D Retailer Super Rare Variant Cover by Paul Green

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Grimm Fairy Tales 2014 Holiday Edition
Every year, Krampus surfaces during the Holidays to punish humans most deserving his wrath. However, the being known to bring death on Christmas wasn’t always a vengeful killer. The origin of the most feared and ruthless monster of the Holiday season is finally revealed!

Story by Joe Brusha, Ralph Tedesco, and Pat Shand
Written by Anne Toole
Artwork by Butch Mapa
Colors by Hedwin Zaldivar and Valentina Pinto
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Nicole Glade

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Cover A by Sabine Rich
Cover B by Anthony Spay // Ivan Nunes
Cover C by Vincenzo Cucca // Ylenia Di Napoli
*Not Pictured: Cover D Retailer Rare Variant Cover (Limited to 500 Copies) by Mike Krome // Ula Mos

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All Rights Reserved © 2014 Zenescope Entertainment LLC. 
Grimm Fairy Tales 104, Dark Shaman 2, and Grimm Fairy Tales 2014 Holiday Edition go on sale this Wednesday (11/19/2014). Shop your local comic book store or online at http://shop.zenescope.com/new-releases

 

 

 

Zenescope Previews – GFT103, VERSUS04, SHAMAN01, and INFERNORH03

Grimm Fairy Tales #103 
Snow White & Rose Red Revisited

Belinda once served the Dark Horde, the most powerful of evil in all of the realms. When she learned the Horde’s involvement in her son’s disappearance, she became an ally to Sela. But can Belinda be trusted to shape the minds of young highborns at Arcane Acre… or will she use her position of power for evil once again?

Story created by Joe Brusha and Ralph Tedesco
Written by Pat Shand
Artwork by Przemyslaw Klosin
Colors by Ivan Nunes
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Nicole Glade

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Cover A by Sean Chen // Ivan Nunes
Cover B by Pasquale Qualano // Devgear // Ylenia Di Napoli
Cover C by Jason Metcalf // Victor Bartlett

*Not Pictured* Cover D by Alex Kotkin // Ula Mos – Anastasia’s Collectibles Exclusive Cover (Limited to 100 Copies)

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Grimm Fairy Tales vs. Wonderland #4 of 4 (Final Issue)

Now that the Queen of Spade, the last of the Jabberwocky’s minions, has been killed, it seems that Wonderland has finally found peace. The newly crowed White Queen has teamed with Sela Mathers to heal those afflicted by the realm’s madness. However, the Ace of Spades, an evil card soldier with the power of a highborn, has returned to Wonderland to claim the realm in the name of the Dark Horde!

Story created by Joe Brusha and Ralph Tedesco
Written by Troy Brownfield
Artwork by Luca Claretti
Colors by Leonardo Paciarotti
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Pat Shand

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Cover A by Abhishek Malsuni // Shashank Mishra
Cover B by Vinz El Tabanas
Cover C by Jorge Meguro

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Dark Shaman #1 
The Awakening

Sela Mathers visits a Native American reservation where she is drawn to a foreboding tapestry. She learns the story of the Dark Shaman, an ancient evil who seeks power through innocent blood… and a young woman with ties to the same tribe may be the only hope against him.

Story created by Joe Brusha
Written by Erica J Heflin
Artwork by Sean Hill
Colors by Omi Remalante Jr.
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Nicole Glade

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Cover A by Mike Krome // Ula Mos
Cover B by Marat Mychaels // Stephen Schaffer
Cover C by Pasquale Qualano // Devgear // Ylenia Di Napoli

*Not Pictured* Cover D by Pasquale Qualano // Devgear // Ylenia Di Napoli – Ultra Rare Retailer Incentive Cover

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Inferno “Rings of Hell” #3 of 3 (FINAL ISSUE)

Lucifer and Mercy fight their way through the rings of hell and the Dark queen presumes them dead. As the Queen turns her gaze back to ruling the realms, it’s revealed that Lucifer and Mercy are alive and making their way towards the ninth ring and its unimaginable warriors.

Story created by Joe Brusha and Ralph Tedesco
Written by Mike Wolfer
Artwork by Fernando Argosino
Colors by Claudinei Ribeiro
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Nicole Glade

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Cover A by Paolo Pantalena // Ula Mos
Cover B by Renato Rei // Stephen Schaffer
Cover C by Tina Valentino // Leonardo Paciarotti

*Not Pictured* Cover D by Jason Cardy – 2014 Comikaze Exclusive Cover (Limited to 500 Copies) 

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All Rights Reserved. (c) 2014 Zenescope Entertainment.
Grimm Fairy Tales #103, Grimm Fairy Tale vs Wonderland #4, Dark Shaman #1, and Inferno “Rings of Hell” #3 all go on sale Wednesday (10/22/2014).
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