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    Default Zenescope at Wizard World Texas

    ZENESCOPE ANNOUNCES WIZARD WORLD TEXAS PLANS

    Zenescope Entertainment, publishers of Grimm Fairy Tales, Se7en and
    the red hot series Return to Wonderland, will be at booth #207 for
    Wizard World Texas. The event will be held at the Arlington Convention
    Center November 16 - 18. At the show, Zenescope has a bunch of great
    exclusives, panels and signings lined up.

    Limited to 500 copies each, Zenescope will debut Wizard World
    Exclusive editions of Return to Wonderland #4, featuring cover art by
    Dan Leister, and Grimm Fairy Tales #18, with cover art by superstar
    EBAS.

    Zenescope is also proud to host two panels at the event:

    ZENESCOPE PRESENTS: WHAT IT TAKES TO MAKE IT IN COMICS
    Friday 2:30 - 3:30
    The Mike Wieringo Room

    Join Zenescope's Christian Beranek and Ralph Tedesco as they reveal
    the secrets of What It Takes to make it in comics and actually pay the
    bills. Finding artists, contracts, copyrights, conventions, getting
    gigs -- Beranek and Tedesco travelled the Earth to learn these things, all you
    have to do is show up to this panel!

    PLAYING WITH OTHER PEOPLE'S TOYS
    Saturday 3:30 - 4:30
    Wizard School Room

    Dan Wickline discusses writing for established series like 30 Days of Night
    and The Phantom and putting a new spin on a classic characters such as
    those from 1001 Arabian Nights for his new on-going series from
    Zenescope.

    In addition, Zenescope will be featuring its top-notch creator talent
    at the booth all weekend long!

    Here's the signing schedule:

    FRIDAY

    1:30 - 3:00 PM
    Dan Leister: Return to Wonderland, Grimm Fairy Tales Annual

    Raven Gregory: Return to Wonderland, GFT Annual, The Gift

    All day - Ralph Tedesco: Grimm Fairy Tales, Se7en

    SATURDAY

    12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
    EBAS: Return to Wonderland, Grimm Fairy Tales

    1:30 PM to 3:00 PM
    Dan Leister: Return to Wonderland, GFT Annual

    Nei Ruffino: Grimm Fairy Tales, GFT Annual,
    Return to Wonderland, The Living Corpse

    Raven Gregory: Return to Wonderland, Se7en, GFT
    Annual, The Gift

    SUNDAY

    11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
    Tone Rodriguez: GFT Annual

    Christian Beranek: GFT Annual, Se7en, Willow Creek

    12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
    Dan Leister: Return to Wonderland, Grimm Fairy
    Tales Annual

    Raven Gregory: Return to Wonderland, Se7en, GFT
    Annual, The Gift

    1:30 PM to 2:30 PM
    Andrew Mangum: Grimm Fairy Tales, The Living Corpse

    Looking forward to seeing everyone at the show!

    For more information, please visit www.wizardworld.com and www.zenescope.com


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    Default FIRST LOOK: "Beyond Wonderland" #1 Cover by Dave Finch

    Courtesy of Zenescope Entertainment, CBR News brings you an exclusive first look at Dave Finch's cover of "Beyond Wonderland" #1, the follow-up to the popular "Return to Wonderland."

    http://www.comicbookresources.com/ne...m.cgi?id=12955

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy khouri View Post
    Courtesy of Zenescope Entertainment, CBR News brings you an exclusive first look at Dave Finch's cover of "Beyond Wonderland" #1, the follow-up to the popular "Return to Wonderland."

    http://www.comicbookresources.com/ne...m.cgi?id=12955
    Wait till you see what we have planned for issue 0.:D

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    You worked your ass off to make this happen, Raven. The cover looks great!

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    Thanks CB. And we are just getting started.

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    Default PREVIEW: Grimm Fairy Tales: The Piper" #1

    Courtesy of Zenescope, CBR brings you an advance look at "The Piper" #1, the latest spin-off of the publisher's successful "Grimm Fairy Tales" franchise, on sale March 19.

    http://www.comicbookresources.com/ne...m.cgi?id=13257

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    Thumbs up Grimm Fairy Tales (comic books) Published by Zenescope Entertainment

    This is a forum to talk about the exciting world of Grimm Fairy Tales (comic books) Published by Zenescope Entertainment...

    1. Have you read grimm fairy tales comics?
    2. What do you think of them? why or why not?
    3. Who do you like in them?
    4. Do you recomend them? why or why not?
    5. Do you have to read them in order or can you read them out of order?
    6. ?


    Where are the Dwarfs from snow white?

    http://www.comicvine.com/comic/grimm-fairy-tales/19824/

    I have not yet read them but am looking forward to finding them and reading them.
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    That was the original story. I think this new one is what happens after. I either heard that or read it somewhere. Maybe. That idea got in my head somewhere.

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    Arrow

    Here are some Grimm Fairy Tales spin-offs:

    Do you have any info on them? Do you know of any others?

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    I've been seeing the title at the shop I go to for awhile now. I keep meaning to pick up one, maybe I'll do so tomorrow. I like fairy tales twisted into wicked lil things, so it may be fun.

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    Thumbs up ...fairy tales twisted into wicked lil things...

    Quote Originally Posted by Deviancy View Post
    I've been seeing the title at the shop I go to for awhile now. I keep meaning to pick up one, maybe I'll do so tomorrow. I like fairy tales twisted into wicked lil things, so it may be fun.
    Awsome. Please come back to the forum and let us know what you think the "fairy tales twisted into wicked lil things" and why. ty ty ty.
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    A. Have you read grimm fairy tales comics?

    Yes, missed some of the early issues but have read most. Finished the Return to Wonderland and enjoyed that as well.

    B. What do you think of them? why or why not?

    I think they are a good/different interpretation of classic fairy tales and like how they tie them together with the main character, Sela.

    C. Who do you like in them?

    Sela is in most of the issues so she's the main character that you get to know, but I'm going to enjoy how things with Rose Red turn out. The artists working on them are also great.

    D. Do you recomend them? why or why not?

    I do recommend them as long as you're not looking for exact tellings of classic tales nor get them for young readers. Just cuz it says Fairy Tales on the cover doesn't mean its for kids, pick up Marvel Fairy Tales for the younger audience.

    E. Do you have to read them in order or can you read them out of order?

    Not really. Most of them tell different stories and though what is going on now w/ Sela and Rose Red has its beginnings at the start of the series, I know what is going on while missing a couple of issues.

    ?

    You can pick up the trades for the first 12 stories already and since many of the early issues are hard to find this is probably your best bet.

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    Yep, the Piper story appeared in #12 and now we are seeing what happens later on in this 4-issue mini.

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