Zenescope Previews: Robyn Hood One-Shot, Wonderland 20, Clash of Queens, No Tomorrow Trade Paperback

Robyn Hood One-Shot (Age of Darkness)
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After the Sheriff of Nottingham murdered Robyn’s closest friend, Will Scarlet, Robyn was left broken and devastated. Soon after her defeat at the hands of the Sheriff, she was apprehended by the police, charged with murder, and imprisoned. However, a secret government agency called HiboCorp contracted Robyn to join their Realm Knights team in exchange for an official pardon. Robyn reluctantly joined the Knights, but will her new lease on life ease the pain of her loss?

Story by Pat Shand and Joe Brusha
Written by Pat Shand
Artwork by Larry Watts
Colors by Slamet Mujiono
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Pat Shand

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Cover A by Ken Lashley/Colors by Stephen Schaffer
Cover B by Mike Krome/Colors by Ula Mos
Cover C by Tina Valentino/Colors by Leonardo Paciarotti
Cover D by Pasquale Qualano/Colors by Alessia Nocera
London Super Con Exclusive (Limited to 500) by Mike DeBalfo/Colors by Ula Mos
London Super Con Exclusive (Limited to 250) by Mike Debalfo/Colors by Ula Mos

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Wonderland: Clash of Queens 1 of 5 (Age of Darkness)

The Ebony Blade, otherwise known as the Death Blade, has been feared by the denizens of Wonderland since its creation. The legendary knife that killed the Jabberwocky has been missing from Wonderland… until now. Now that the blade has returned to the Realm of Dreams, the four Queens who lay claim to Wonderland—Spades, Diamonds, Clubs, and Hearts—battle for control of the Blade and Wonderland itself.

Story by Raven Gregory and Joe Brusha
Written by Raven Gregory
Pencils by Manuel Preitano
Colors by Daniel Morales
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Pat Shand

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Cover A by Anthony Spay/Colors by Ivan Nunes
Cover B by Alfredo Reyes/Colors by Vinicius Andrade
Cover C by Sean Chen/Colors by Sean Ellery
Connecting Cover D by Richard Ortiz/Colors by Ula Mos
Dallas SciFi Expo Exclusive Vincenzo Cucca/Colors by Sanju Nivangune

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Wonderland 20

With Violet lost to the realm of Wonderland, Calie finds herself at death’s door as the Madder Hatter stands only moments away from snuffing out her life. But when Calie receives a visit from her dead mother, Alice, she will come to realize that some destinies cannot be escaped.

Written by Raven Gregory
Pencils by Abhishek Malsuni
Inks by Zsolt H. Garisa and Abhishek Malsuni
Colors by Neeraj Menon
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Pat Shand

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Cover A by Chris Ehnot/Colors by David Delanty
Cover B by Vincenzo Federici/Colors by Sanju Nivangune
Cover C by Giuseppe Cafaro/Colors by Ruben Curto

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No Tomorrow Trade Paperback

Death is a natural part of life, but what happens when it goes rogue? A new horror enters Zenescope’s Grimm Universe as Keres, the Goddess of Death, wreaks havoc on an unsuspecting Earth. Destroying almost everything in her path, Keres sets out to rid the world of humanity. And a regular family man named Patrick Clay just may be the only person who can stop her. When death arrives at your door, there is No Tomorrow.

“Horror comic fans will want to pick this one up.” – Comic Monsters
“I cannot give this story enough praise.” – Superhero Speak
“A really entertaining read.” – Comic Bastards

Story by Raven Gregory and Ralph Tedesco
Written by Raven Gregory
Artwork by Luca Claretti and JG Miranda
Colors by Liezl Buenaventura and Carlos Corea
Art Direction by Anthony Spay
Trade Design by Christopher Cote
Edited by Ralph Tedesco
Assistant Editor by Nicole Glade

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Robyn Hood One-Shot (Age of Darkness), Wonderland: Clash of Queens 1 of 5 (Age of Darkness), Wonderland 20, and No Tomorrow Trade Paperback on sale Wednesday (2/5/14) on shop.zenescope.com

Zenescope Previews: Dark Queen One-Shot & No Tomorrow 5

Grimm Fairy Tales presents Dark Queen One-Shot (Age of Darkness)

For centuries, it was assumed that fairy tales and fables were fictional stories passed down from generation to generation. However, that is not entirely true.  Beings from four different realms linked to Earth do in fact exist.  These realms are known as Myst, Neverland, Wonderland, and Oz.

Those born of these powerful realms are known as “Highborns” and those with both human and highborn blood are known as “Falsebloods.”  Each of these beings has some form of supernatural ability that sets them far apart from mortal men.  And while many of these beings are good, there are many others who carry evil inside
of them.

Ever since her return from death, the Dark Queen has been hell-bent on restoring her evil regime, the Dark Horde, to its former glory. Armed with modern weapons and a sinister vision, the Dark Queen leads her followers against the Realm Knights as she takes the first steps toward plunging all of the realms into the Age of Darkness.

Story by Joe Brusha
Written by Eric M. Esquivel
Pencils by Lalit Kumar Sharma
Inks by Jagdish Kumar
Colors by Pradeep Sherawat
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Pat Shand

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Cover A by Stjepan Sejic
Cover B by Pasquale Qualano/Colors by Ylenia Di Napoli
Cover C by Chris Ehnot/Colors by David Delanty
Cover D by Chris Ehnot/Colors by David Delanty

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Grimm Fairy Tales presents No Tomorrow 5

As the world teeters on the brink of the apocalypse, Patrick sets out to bring an end to Keres’ reign of terror—no matter what the price. But in order to defeat Death, he may have to make the greatest sacrifice.

Story by Raven Gregory and Ralph Tedesco
Written by Raven Gregory
Pencils by Luca Claretti
Colors by Liezl Buenaventura
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Ralph Tedesco
Editorial Assistance by Nicole Glade

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Covers A by Harvey Tolibao/Colors by Ivan Nunes
Cover B by Eric J/Colors by Simon Gough
Cover C by Felipe Massafera

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Grimm Fairy Tales presents Dark Queen One-Shot (Age of Darkness) and No Tomorrow 5 on sale Wednesday (1/15/14) on shop.zenescope.com

Zenescope Previews: Code Red 1 & No Tomorrow 4

Grimm Fairy Tales presents Code Red 1 of 5 (Age of Darkness)

Britney Waters operates under the codename “Agent Red” for a government agency, HiboCorp, that employs Highborns and Falsebloods to help protect Earth from dangerous, supernatural threats. As a part of HiboCorp’s Realm Knights team, she helped protect the world many times… but as the Dark Horde begins to rise again, Agent Red will face an evil more threatening than she ever imagined.

Story by Joe Brusha, Pat Shand, and Ralph Tedesco
Written by Pat Shand
Artwork by Riccardo Osnaya
Colors by Hedwin Jimenez Zaldivar
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Nicole Glade

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Cover A by Talent Caldwell/Colors by Wes Hartman

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Cover B by Pasquale Qualano/Colors by Stephen Schaffer

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Cover C by Ale Garza/Colors by Stephen Schaffer

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Cover D by Marat Mychaels/Colors by Stephen Schaffer

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Retailer Incentive Cover by J. Scott Campbell/Colors by Nei Ruffino

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Jersey Comic Con Exclusive Cover by Iago Maya/Colors by Ivan Nunes

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Grimm Fairy Tales presents No Tomorrow 4 of 5

With the help of a university professor, Patrick uncovers the origin of Keres and what part he may be destined to play in her downfall. But will that knowledge be enough to stop the goddess of death gone mad?

Story and Written by Raven Gregory
Artwork by Luca Claretti
Colors by Liezl Buenaventura
Letters by Jim Campbell
Edited by Nicole Glade

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Cover A by Tommy Patterson/Colors by Stephen Schaffer

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Cover B by Eric J/Colors by Simon Gough

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Cover C by Paolo Pantalena/Colors by Mirka Andolfo

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Code Red 1 (Age of Darkness) and No Tomorrow 4 on sale Wednesday (12/11) on shop.zenescope.com

Zenescope Previews: No Tomorrow #1

 

With the news just breaking that Oz #1 is our best selling #1 issue ever, we couldn’t help but get excited to bring our fans more of what they love.

It’s always excited to have a new number 1 issue come out, and we are happy to have the chance to give you a peek into the awesomeness that is… No Tomorrow!

Cover A (Mike Krome)

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Cover B (Stjepan Sejic)

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Cover C (Harvey Tolibao)

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Cover D (Pasquale Qualano)

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The covers are certainly captivating, but that is to be expected (we have some awesome cover artists).

Now it’s time for the interiors of this exciting new series. We had JG Miranda handle the pencils and Liezl Buenaventura handling the coloring. We have a 5 pages preview for you:

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So, did you pre-order No Tomorrow or will you be rushing into your local comic shop to get it before it’s gone? Well, no matter what the case, you won’t have to wait long, as No Tomorrow will be in stores on 8/28!

 

That’s all for now, but we look forward to  seeing what our fans think of this new series.

Zenescope Entertainment Announces Grimm Fairy Tales: NO TOMORROW

 

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Zenescope Entertainment has announced its newest Grimm Fairy Tales spin off mini-series, entitled Grimm Fairy Tales: No Tomorrow. The five part mini-series is a supernatural horror/thriller that could be the scariest comic the company has published since its spine-tingling comic book prequel to the film SE7EN back in 2007.

Set in the not so far off future, the long fought battle between the forces of good and evil has finally come to an end, and now an ancient new horror has entered the Grimm Universe. Keres, the Goddess of the Death, has begun to wreak havoc on an unsuspecting Earth, and one family man will feel the effects more than any other. Now this man must attempt to uncover the truth behind Keres and how to stop her before all is lost. But will his obsession with destroying “death” also prove to be his downfall?

Drawn partially from the tragic loss of a close friend, writer Raven Gregory came up with the idea of a vengeful “Grimm Reaper” who needs to be stopped. “At its core, No Tomorrow is about a man who decides to fight the inevitable, regardless of the consequences,” says Gregory. “It’s horror in its purest form.”

“I’ve wanted to do a story about an angel of death for a long time then Raven suddenly pitched this  to Joe and I and we knew this was the right concept.” said Zenescpe Editor-in-Chief, Ralph Tedesco “Its tragic, scary and thrilling. It has a great hook and fantastic characters. I’m very excited to be part of this series.”

The first issue is available now for pre-order in Diamond’s May edition of PREVIEWS and hits stands in August. The issue also features four beautiful covers by Mike Krome, Harvey Tolibao, Stjepan Sejic, and Pasquale Qualano. For more information on No Tomorrow or any other Zenescope title, visit www.zenescope.com  or follow their updates on Facebook.com/Zenescope and Twitter @Zenescope.

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 Wonderland, Neverland and Robyn Hood, which put a dark twist on classic fables, 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.