Zenescope’s Gaming for a Cause



Zenescope fans are awesome.  This much is obvious. You guys have helped us fund the animated series pilot, came out in droves to our convention booths to meet us, and sang our praises all over social media. Thank you.

So Steve, your friendly digital voice on Zenescope here on the blog, and on social media, came up with a digital event worth looking into if you want to have another unique experience with your favorite Zenescope crew.

Zenescope is doing Extra Life. Extra Life is a 24 hour gaming marathon where gamers pledge to play video games for 24 hours straight and take donations in support of their marathon. 100% of the money raised goes to the Children’s Hospital Network to support the children’s hospitals in their area.  You can find the team page here:


So, we wanted the fans to know we would be playing and are open to having fans join the team. You are also welcome to donate, or just play along with us. We will be playing Saturday, October 20. Zenescope staff team members include: Stephen Haberman, Dave Franchini, and Matt Rogers so far, with more planning to join in on the fun.

If you decide to donate or join the team, you will be entered to win prizes, including Zenescope t-shirts, comics, and even MegaTouch will have some Grimm Fairy Tales Photohunt game codes to give away. We will also be putting together 3 prize packages for the 3 highest donors.  We hope that you are able to participate in the marathon, or at least watch as our team plays for the kids!


Checking in from the Road


Hello Zenescope fans!


We just wanted to check in and let you know that we have been having tons of fun seeing you all on the road and, though we’re certainly not done traveling for the year, we wanted to make sure we thanked you all for visiting the booth. For those of you that haven’t been able to see us yet, here’s what’s been going on at the shows.



We were very happy to have Jessica Nigri and all the cosplay girls on hand to sign their Grimm Fairy Tales Cosplay One-Shot photo covers. The fans really seemed to enjoy the comic, which was our love letter to all you fantastic cosplayers out there.  We had some other cool exclusives as well.



Philadelphia is always an exciting show for us because it’s a home game. We are actually based out of the Philadelphia, so we pull out all the stops for this show. Our friends Montana, Crystal (pictured above) and Sam were dressed up as our Wonderland characters and spreading the word about our comics to the masses. We also debuted the demo of our Grimm Fairy Tales Photohunt game, coming this July!


So that’s a taste of just some of the things we have been doing on the road. We are so glad to have met so many of you and we can’t wait for more conventions!