Zenescope Previews: Charmed Season 10, Hollywood Zombie Apocalypse, and Cinderella #1

HAPPY HALLOWEEN
Let’s talk Witches, Zombies, and Assassins!

Charmed Season 10 #2
Magically Malicious
Low-level demons have never been a threat to the Charmed Ones… until now. When Fritz and Valen, a pair of demons that have been secretly observing the sisters, get their hands on a weapon capable of destroying souls, the Halliwells will face their most dangerous foes yet. Also, Leprechauns!

Written by Pat Shand
Artwork by Elisa Feliz
Colors by Valentina Cuomo
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Paul Ruditis

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Cover Art by David Seidman

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Hollywood Zombie Apocalypse Part 1
Unknown actor Michael May gets his big break starring alongside a laundry list of A-listers in a new Hollywood superhero blockbuster. But Michael’s good fortune doesn’t last long when a zombie outbreak hit during the script reading party at the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood. Now, Michael is thrust into the role of leader when celebrity zombies begin attacking the unsuspecting cast and crew!
Hollywood and zombies collide in this hilarious two-part parody comic book from Zenescope Entertainment!

Written by Ralph Tedesco and Joe Brusha
Artwork by David Lorenzo Riveiro
Colors by Jorge Alberto Cortes
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Nicole Glade

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Cover A by Carlos Granda // Stephen Schaffer
Cover B by Arthur Suydam
Cover C by Johnny Desjardins // Sanju Nivangune
Cover D by Talent Caldwell

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Cinderella #1
Age of Darkness
Until recently, Cindy – A blood-thirsty sorority girl who has a supernatural prowess with a blade – worked as an assassin for the Horde… but when she botches an important mission, the Dark Queen gives Cindy a task that will redefine her life.
This is the story of Cinderella.

Story by Joe Brusha and Ralph Tedesco
Written by Pat Shand
Artwork by Ryan Best
Colors by Renato Guerra
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Nicole Glade

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Cover A by Mike Krome // Ula Mos
Cover B by Emilio Laiso // Sanju Nivangune
Cover C by Cris Delara

*Not Pictured* 2014 Wizard World Tulsa Limited to 500 Copies Exclusive Cover D by Jamie Tyndall

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All Rights Reserved (c) 2014 Zenescope Entertainment.
Charmed Season 10 #2, Hollywood Zombie Apocalypse Part One, and Cinderella #1, go on sale this Wednesday (11/5/14). PIck up a copy online at http://shop.zenescope.com

 

 

 

Zenescope Previews: Grimm Tales of Terror #4 and Charmed Season 10 #1

 

Grimm Tales of Terror #4
Red World

When a deadly plague hits Earth, it wipes out 99% of the population. And while the majority of those who remain alive are suffering, the wealthy are using their status to survive… But at what cost?

Story by Joe Brusha and Ralph Tedesco
Written by Shane McKenzie
Artwork by Antonio Bifulco
Colors by Fran Gamboa
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Nicole Glade

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Cover A by Dodie Mondero
Cover B by Stjepan Sejic
Cover C by Eric J // Sean Ellery

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Charmed Season 10 #1
No Country for Old Ones

The Halliwell Sisters – Piper, Phoebe, and Paige – are the Charmed Ones. Together, they alone have access to the greatest source of pure magic the world has ever known… the Power of Three.

The Power of Three was threatened when their dead sister, Prue, was resurrected in the body of a coma patient. For a time, the sisters’ magic was thrown off balance… but now, having relinquished the Power of Three, Prue has been imbued with the magic of the Nexus of the All, a mystical convergence with untold potential. Though the Power of Three is once again in harmony, Prue must never leave the location of the Nexus, or the sanctity of magic as a whole will be compromised.

This is the story of the four Halliwell sisters…

Written by Pat Shand
Artwork by Elisa Feliz
Colors by Valentina Cuomo
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Paul Ruditis

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Cover Art by David Seidman

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To celebrate the release of Season 10, Zenescope is offering all four Season 9 Trade Paperbacks for only $40, plus buy now and get a free Charmed Exclusive, limited to 500 copies! click the link for more: http://bit.ly/1vIwAoh


 

Grimm Tales of Terror #4 and Charmed Season 10 #1 both go on sale Wednesday 10/08/2014. Buy online at http://shop.zenescope.com or find us at your local comic retailer at http://www.comicshoplocator.com

 

 

ZENESCOPE AND CBS BRING BACK CHARMED

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Zenescope Entertainment and CBS Consumer Products are bringing the fan-favorite series CHARMED back to comic book and graphic novel formats this Fall. Zenescope published the first 24 issues of the bestselling series from June 2010 through September 2012.

Constance M. Burge created the popular TV series, which starred Holly Marie Combs, Alyssa Milano, Rose McGowan and Shannen Doherty. Charmed aired from 1998 through 2006, and found a new life as original comics when Zenescope began publishing “Season 9” four years ago. Now, Zenescope will release a brand new “Season 10” in an on-going monthly comic book series with trade paperback collections released twice each year.
“I’m so glad to announce this news.” said Zenescope Editor-in-Chief, Ralph Tedesco.

“Charmed fans are an extremely rabid and loyal group. They write us all the time, asking about Season 10 since it’s been almost two years since the last issue was released. We’re happy to let them all know that it’s been worth the wait — we’re coming back with a brand new arc and a ton of surprises that we feel will absolutely satisfy hardcore Charmed fans, while also appealing to new readers.”

The first issue of Season 10 will debut at New York Comic Con the weekend of October 9, 2014. Original comic book series writer Paul Ruditis will edit the series and Zenescope writer Pat Shand (Angel, Robyn Hood) takes the helm penning the new arc. The art team will be announced next month.

About Zenescope Entertainment:
Zenescope Entertainment was founded by Joe Brusha and Ralph Tedesco in 2005, and has quickly grown into one of the top comic book and graphic novel publishing companies in the world. Zenescope’s Grimm Fairy Tales and subsequent spinoff series such as Oz, Wonderland, Neverland, and Robyn Hood, re-imagines classic fables, and are some of the best-selling and longest-running original independent comic books on shelves today. Zenescope publishes and develops both original and licensed material and has worked with dozens of clients that include Discovery Channel, History Channel, CBS, Lionsgate TV, Mandalay Vision, New Line Cinema, Titmouse Studios, and many others.

About CBS Consumer Products:
CBS Consumer Products manages worldwide licensing and merchandising for a diverse slate of television brands and series from CBS, CBS Television Studios, and CBS Television Distribution, as well as from the company’s extensive library of titles. Additionally, the group oversees the CBS Retail Store and online sales of programming merchandise. For more information, visit www.CBS.com.

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Zenescoop Previews: Charmed 19

 

Charmed fans have been vocal about their appreciation for our comic book and we are glad to bring them another excellent issue. Charmed has continued to have strong writing and beautiful covers, thanks to writer Paul Ruditis, and cover artist David Seidman. The interior artwork is now being handled by Tess Fowler, who does an excellent job on this issue. Now, the cover of issue #19:

David Seidman did a great job with this cover. Very LA Noir-esque. Without further ado, here are some interior pages  of Charmed #19.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Well, we’re sure you’re excited to see more from this book, and it will be available digitally and on store shelves next week. Make sure you Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter to get your Zenescope fix.  We look forward to connecting with you and we hope you enjoy our comics.

Zenescoop Previews: Charmed #18

 

Charmed fans have been vocal about their appreciation for our comic book and we are glad to bring them another excellent issue . Charmed #18  has continued to have strong writing and beautiful covers, thanks to writer Paul Ruditis, and cover artist David Seidman. The interior artwork is done by Dean Kotz, who handles the difficult task very well.

Zenescope is happy to be connected with such a devoted fan base and an interesting series. Without further ado, here is the preview of Charmed #18:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Well, we’re sure you’re excited to see more from this book, and it it will be available digitally and on store shelves next week.

Don’t forget, we’re going to be doing a huge giveaway on Facebook when we hit 7000 likes. One of the prize packages include the Charmed:  Volume 1 trade paperback. Make sure you Like us on Facebook, as well as share a post about the giveaway.  You can also follow us on Twitter to get your Zenescope fix.  We look forward to connecting with you and we hope you enjoy our comics.

Attention Charmed Fans!

 

Attention all of you Charmed fans out there! First of all, we wanted to thank you for supporting this series and we are continuing to look for new ways to make these comics available to you.

 

we are proud to announce that our Charmed series is now available on Newstand! That’s right, the iOS featured app now has 100% more Charmed. The series is being powered by Graphicly and will be a monthly subscription. You’ll be able to get all of your Charmed comics digitally on your iOS devices without even having to go looking for them.

Here the link!

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/charmed-comics/id487814989?mt=8

 

Enjoy! Please let us know, how do you get your Charmed comics? Do you enjoy picking them up digitally? Or do you always make sure to pick up a physical copy?

 

Don’t forget to make sure you are following us on Twitter, and Like us on Facebook so you can easily find out the latest news from Zenescope.

 

 

 

The Inside Scoop On Hellchild: The Newest Badass Hero Of The Grimm Universe

We sat down with the literary mastermind, Pat Shand, behind our newest badass hero of the Grimm Universe: Angelica Blackstone, aka Hellchild. Learn about his writing style, the upcoming series, and get a sneak preview of the script in this inside scoop!


ZENESCOPE: Do you recall how your interest in writing originated?

PAT SHAND: From reading. As long as I can remember, I wanted to write. I was six years old, banging out one-page stories on my mom’s typewriter. Most of those were sequels to Goosebumps books that I loved. I never wanted to be anything else.

Z: What, in your opinion, are the most important elements of good writing?

PS: It all comes down to emotional truth. You can have an intricately plotted, superbly structured story that doesn’t connect to anyone because it’s hollow. For me, personally, plot and structure is completely secondary to character exploration. If the story hinges around a dynamic character fully explored, chances are it’ll work.

I used to teach screenwriting at Five Towns College, two of the biggest struggles new writers face are crafting believable dialogue and elevating a script from “stuff happens” to a story.

Z: How do you develop your plots and characters? Do you use any set formula? / Do you work to an outline or plot or do you prefer just see where an idea takes you?

PS: It’s different every time. Most often, I’ll have the first few issues outlined pretty heavily with the rest left for me to figure out. I have an end in sight, almost always, though. It also depends on the assignment. With the Charmed: Season Ten comics, I have to submit an outline for approval to CBS, so the story for those has to be fully figured out. On something like Robyn Hood, which I was writing every month, I had my ending hashed out, but the way I got there was different than I envisioned. Sometimes, the actual scripting takes you in a different direction.

Z: What do you think most characterizes your writing?

PS: A core idea behind the work I’ve been doing recently is examining how far society has progressed and how far we still have to come. I want to ask myself hard questions and explore them with characters I love. I think that gets me closer to the truth.

Z: How do you think you’ve evolved creatively?

PS: I think the writing I’m doing now is the most me. I write for fun, so there was a time when I would take on any project, and sometimes I still take on a project just to have a good time on it—like Grimm Fairy Tales: Steampunk. But right now, my focus is to craft stories that reflect who I am and the things I care about most deeply.

Z: What projects are you working on at the present?

PS: I finished writing Robyn Hood, but as the pages come in, I’m tweaking the scripts to make sure the end is a strong as it could possibly be. I’m nearing the end of my long runs on Grimm Fairy Tales and Charmed: Season Ten, in about the middle of scripting Hellchild, plotting two more miniseries coming out later this year, and a great deal of non-comics work as well.

Z: Speaking of, what were the inspirations behind Angelica Blackstone and Hellchild?

PS: I first had the idea for Angelica in 2012. I was writing the first issue of Grimm Universe, which was a sort of anthology title that Zenescope was doing. This was a standalone story about the Greek gods, mostly Neptune. Neptune was all noble and tortured and serious, so I brought in Hades, who I’d written a few months back in the GFT: Annual 2012 as this sort of Russell Brand meets Eric Northman type devil-may-care badass who doesn’t think very highly of the other gods. The issue ends with Hades manipulating Neptune into giving him Pandora’s Box—and that ending, that wasn’t plotted. Came completely out of nowhere. It just felt right.

That, though, led me to ask what Hades, who doesn’t care about anything, values so much that he’d get involved in his family’s bullshit. The answer I came up with then was that he had a daughter who was killed thousands of years ago, because of him…so he’s got this tragic backstory. I always wanted to bring her back, and spent years thinking about when the right time to do it was. I thought about it being part of the Robyn Hood ongoing series, but decided that it took too much attention away from Robyn herself…and then I thought about doing it in Van Helsing vs. Dracula, but it felt like it was the wrong story. I finally just pitched Hellchild as its own story rather than using another title as a vehicle for Angelica. The idea was originally to set this up as a Hades story and subvert that to pull the rug out from readers and introduce them to our new star: Angelica. The way it ended up though, a straight-forward story about Hellchild, is about the best way it could’ve gone. This way, we’ve got four years of build-up for a story that is…well, essentially completely new reader friendly.

Z: Tell us a little about the series itself?

PS: Angelica, our Hellchild, is the daughter of Hades. She died millennia ago, and now she’s been resurrected in a world that is absolutely nothing like hers. She blames her father for her death, so ends up getting in with the ultimate version of the wrong crowd: a gang of junkie Viking vampires. I mean, that’s the thing to do, yeah?

Z: That being said, what does she do that is so special?

PS: Angelica has a unique view of the world around her, and a debt to settle with a father whose love for her has spanned centuries and continents. In some ways, it’s an epic Greek tragedy playing out in New York City counterculture.

Z: Most people know that artists use references to develop covers and interiors, but as a writer do you do this as well? If so, what are some of the references that you used while writing this series?

PS: Not really exact references, but all writers take inspiration from other sources. A lot of it is building on the world around the central characters—for instance, the villains of this story are the vampire junkies. I wanted the villains to reflect an internal struggle for Angelica, of course, that’s basic stuff, but I also wanted them to be characters we can feel. Every character, no matter how small the role, should feel like a real person, and that’s what I’m trying to do here, even though we’re dealing with gods and monsters.

Z: Were there any challenges (research, literary, psychological, and logistical) in bringing this title to life?

PS: Yeah for sure, each title I write brings a new challenge, and if it doesn’t then I don’t think I should be writing it. My girlfriend and I recently moved back from San Diego to New York to be closer to my parents—and now, here I am writing this story that examines (hopefully with nuance, tenderness, and an absolutely ridiculous excess of blood) the inherent strangeness of the parent/child relationship. Hades has given everything to Angelica, yes, but he’s also cursed her in some ways. She has grown to hate him, but how much of him does she see in herself? This series, as fun as it is, is an emotional struggle, which I think means I’m hitting the right notes and asking the right questions.

Z: Were there alternate story arcs you considered?

PS: Once I realized that the storyline would be its own thing rather than a subplot in Robyn Hood, no. Everything is pretty much going down as envisioned. One thing that was going to happen in Robyn Hood was that Hades was going to, in the last minute, join the Cabal in exchange for their help resurrecting his daughter. It was going to be this big betrayal moment that didn’t at all feel right for where Helsing and Hades had progressed to—which is a place of honesty. Hellchild will strain that trust they’ve built, but for entirely different reasons.

Z: What got left out in the final draft?

PS: The first issue originally had a brawl with werewolf bikers, but that got moved to #2. Can’t miss out on something like that!

Z: Speaking of final drafts, the following is a sneak preview of Issue #1’s script and preliminary interiors (click each page to enlarge)!
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Z: So outside of Hellchild, what do your plans for future projects include?

PS: The three ongoings I’ve been writing are all ending around the same time, so I’m reallllly looking forward to giving those the endings I’ve been planning for the past few years. Also, to write some new stories.

Z: Do you hear from your readers much? What kinds of things do they say? How can they reach you?

PS: Yeah, every single day on Twitter and Tumblr. I get asked about Charmed a lot, and probably Robyn Hood second most. It’s all mostly fun stuff—people showing their appreciation. Very rarely does it get negative. Even when folks are critical, I don’t usually mind that if it’s respectful. I’m @PatShand on Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram.

Zenescope New Releases | November 4, 2015

Grimm Fairy Tales 116
Something Wicked: Part One

One of the greatest evils in the history of the Grimm Universe has been risen from his imprisonment by Bloody Bones…and, together, they plan on storming Arcane Acre. Meanwhile, oblivious to the danger outside, Ali and Mary use their powers over life and death to attempt a resurrection spell. Today, death visits Arcane Acre once again…

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Joe Brusha, Ralph Tedesco & Pat Shand (Story) Pat Shand (Writer) Miguel Mendonca (Artwork) Erick Arciniega (Colors) Ghost Glyph Studios (Letters) Pat Shand (Editor) Christopher Cote & Joi Dariel (Production & Design)

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Giuseppe Cafaro & Sean Ellery (Cover A) Pasquale Qualano & Ylenia Di Napoli (Cover B) Paolo Pantalena & Ula Mos (Cover C)


Grimm Fairy Tales presents Coven 4 of 5

Baba Yaga joins forces with Dartanian to save Avril from her old coven, now that Liza’s true intentions are revealed. Meanwhile, the Wizard nears immortality once more. Can Dartanian convince his brothers that they are fighting for an equally evil force?

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Joe Brusha, Ralph Tedesco, & Zach Calig (Story) Zach Calig (Witer) Diego Galindo (Artwork) Michael Bartolo & Hedwin Zaldivar (Colors) Charles Pritchett (Letters) Ralph Tedesco (Editor) Christopher Cote & Joi Dariel (Production & Design)

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Sabine Rich (Cover A) Douglas Sirois (Cover B) Jamie Tyndall & Ivan Nunes (Cover C) Tina Valentino & Victor Bartlett (Cover D)


Charmed 13 (Season 10)

Phoebe and Coop stand before the Court of Love, awaiting judgement for Coop’s actions. Piper and Leo approach the Elders for help with the Prue dilemma. Paige and Henry find themselves contemplating a future apart. Ben and Kyra join together to help Prue descend into the Demonic Wasteland for answers. Yeah, none of this is going to go well.

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Pat Shand (Writer) Giorgia Sposito (Artwork) Valentina Cuomo (Colors) Christy Sawyer (Letters) Christopher Cote & Joi Dariel (Production & Design) Pat Shand (Editor) David Siedman (Cover)

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Grimm Fairy Tales: Arcane Acre Volume 2

Trade Paperback

Following the events of issue 100 and the subsequent Realm War, Sela Mathers’ life has forever been altered. But her epic story continues as a new generation of Highborns and Falsebloods are introduced into the Grimm Universe and a brand new threat rises to challenge the mettle of Sela and those who stand with her.

After re-balancing the universe, Sela Mathers reunites with her estranged daughter, Skye. Teamed with Belinda, an age-old enemy who’s been reformed, and their mentor, Shang, they set out to help highborn teens hone their unique abilities with the hope that one day they too will fight against the evil forces that threaten Earth.

This compilation of Grimm Fairy Tales collects issues 107 through 112 of Zenescope Entertainment’s smash-hit comic book series!

“Discover the greatness for yourself.”—The Geekality

“This is definitely a bold start to the series.”—Shadowhawk’s Shade 

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Joe Brusha, Ralph Tedesco, & Pat Shand (Story) Pat Shand (Writer) Andrea Meloni, David Lorenzo Riveiro, Luca Claretti, Ryan Best, & Maria Laura Sanapo (Artwork) Erick Arciniega, Grostieta, Leonardo Paciarotti, Renato Guerra, & Viviane Tybusch (Colors) Ghost Glyph Studios (Letters) Sean Chen & Ylenia Di Napoli (Cover) Christopher Cote (Art Direction & Design) Nicole Glade (Editor)

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Grimm Fairy Tales: Adult Coloring Book

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Discover your creative side with Zenescope’s Grimm Fairy Tales Adult Coloring Book. This gorgeous collection of art includes 46 illustrations of all your favorite Zenescope characters such as Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, The Little Mermaid, Tinkerbelle, and many more!

Limited 30 copy pre-release on the Zenescope web store. Also available for pre-order on Amazon http://amzn.to/1KXuypX and Books-A-Million http://bit.ly/1MhkwVY


Zenescope New Releases are available for purchase at your local comic shop (1-888-COMIC-BOOK) and shop.zenescope.com

Zenescope New Releases | October 7, 2015

Grimm Fairy Tales presents Cinderella
10th Anniversary One-Shot

This issue takes place after the events of Grimm Fairy Tales 112.

After Malec’s shocking death at the hands of Bloody Bones, the Dark Horde has a void in leadership that threatens their continued existence. So when they look to Cindy to fill the role, she responds exactly as you’d expect: “No friggin’ way!” But when a new and powerful threat to the realms emerges and hits very close to home, will Cindy step up for once?

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Lou Iovino (Writer) Ryan Best (Artwork) Thiago Dal Bello (Colors) Matt Krotzer (Letters) Nicole Glade (Editor) Christopher Cote & Joi Dariel (Production & Design) Christopher Cote (Art Direction)

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Renato Rei/Wes Hartman (Cover A) Emilio Laiso/Sean Ellery (Cover B) Paul Green (Cover C) Alfredo Reyes/Ivan Nunes (Cover D)


 

Oz: Reign of the Witch Queen 5 of 6
Counterweight

The Heroes of Oz have finally vanquished Warlord, only to find that their victory was all part of Zamora’s plan to fully corrupt her daughter, Dorothy Gale!  Once upon a time, all of Oz suffered under the terrible thrall of the Witch Queen; what hope have they now against the most powerful mother-daughter combo in the history of the Four Realms?

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Joe Brusha & Jeff Massey (Story) Jeff & Kristin Massey (Writer) Antonio Bifulco (Artwork) Hedwin Zaldivar (Colors) Ghost Glyph Studios (Letters) Nicole Glade (Editor) Christopher Cote & Joi Dariel (Production & Design) Christopher Cote (Art Direction)

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Richard Ortiz/Ylenia Di Napoli (Cover A) Harvey Tolibao/Ivan Nunes (Cover B) Jose Luis/Sanju Nivangune (Cover C) Pasquale Qualano/Ylenia Di Napoli (Cover D) Elias Chatzoudis (Year 10 Photoshoot LE350) Eric Basaldua/Ula Mos (Baltimore Comic Con LE250) Eric Basaldua/Ulas Mos (Football Exclusive G) Eric Basaldua (Football Exclusive H)


 

Charmed 12 (Season 10)
Virtue

Prue gets in touch with her inner self. Kyra returns—again. And the Charmed Ones make a hard decision about Prue’s future that will rock the Power of Three to its core.

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Pat Shand (Writer) Elisa Feliz (Artwork) Valentino Cuomo (Colors) Christy Sawyer (Letters) Pat Shand (Editor) Christopher Cote & Joi Dariel (Production & Design) David Seidman (Cover)


 

5finity’s Zombies vs Cheerleaders
2015 Halloween Special

5FINITY’s indie cult hit is back with all new tales of hilarity and horror! It isn’t pretty… Also, shenanigans ensue when a disgruntled bar-back contaminates the Pumpkin Ale; will there be a cheerleader to the rescue? Featuring four new stories! See what happens when cheerleaders visit a retirement home for Halloween!

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Steven L Frank (Creator) Steven L Frank, Heather Finley, & Dave Franchini (Writers) David Namisato, Remy Mokhtar, Bill Maus, Amy Clark, Amber Stone, Manuel Diaz, Matt Hebb, & George Webber(Artwork) Jason Worthington (Inks) Tracy Bailey, Jeff Balke, & Bekah Cleveland(Colors) Matt Kratzer & Matt Hebb (Letters) Steven L Frank (Editor)

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Mark Bloodworth (Cover A) Bill Maus (Cover B) Jamie Tyndall/Ula Mos (Cover C) Matt Hebb/Jason Worthington/Tracy Bailey (Cover D)

 


Zenescope New Releases are available for purchase at your local comic shop (1-888-COMIC-BOOK) and shop.zenescope.com

Zenescope New Releases | September 2nd

Wonderland #39
The Butcher

The mysterious Ace of Spades is gathering his army for an attack on Wonderland. Meanwhile, Calie continues to purge the madness from the denizens of the realm, but she’s about to face a threat unlike any she’s seen before.

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Written by Erica J. Heflin | Artwork by Marc Rosette | Colors by Leonardo Paciarotti | Letters by Christy Sawyer | Edited by Pat Shand | Production & Design by Christopher Cote & Joi Dariel

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


Charmed Season 10 #11
Fear Always Comes Back

Coop and Henry have succeeded in resurrecting Cole’s father, Benjamin Turner… but he was brought back in the wrong body! Meanwhile, the former demon Kyra revealed the truth about what Prue has become… the Nexus of the All. Now, no longer bound to her lonely castle in the desert, Prue reconstitutes Cole’s body as a home for Ben Turner’s soul. What does Prue have in mind for this man out of time?

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Written by Pat Shand | Artwork by Elisa Feliz | Colors by Valentina Cuomo | Letters by Christy Sawyer

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Cover A by David Seidman


Tales of Terror Oversized hardcover

Horror returns to comics with Zenescope Entertainment’s frightening and fun Grimm Tales of Terror anthology! From the classic literature of Poe and Hawthorne to modern day urban legends, this series re-imagines the creepy stories you know and love for a new generation of readers! Keres, the goddess of death, loves to punish those who she deems deserving of her wrath, and many unsuspecting people who cross her path are about to learn a harsh lesson about morality. This gorgeous hardcover collects 13 issues of one of the best horror comics currently on shelves!

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Written by Joe Brusha, Ralph Tedesco, LaToya Morgan, Meredith Finch, and more | Artwork by Antonio Bifulco, Vincenzo Riccardi, and more | Colors by Fran Gamboa, Marco Lesko, and more | Letters by various | Edited by Nicole Glade | Art Direction & Design by Christopher Cote

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Cover by Stjepan Sejic

 

 

 

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