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Raven Gregory’s Fly Optioned By Fox Television. And We’ve Got The Check To Prove It.

Fly, a creator owned comic book by Raven Gregory drawn by Eric J and published by Zenescope, has been optioned by Fox Television. Fly is the story of a drug that gives people the power to fly, and the insatiable desire of those …

Charmed Season 10, A New Cinderella And More From Zenescope in November 2014

Zenescope Entertainment has sent us over their actual pages from Diamond’s Previews catalog showing what books they’ve got coming out in November of 2014. Those titles include Grimm Fairy Tales #104, Charmed Season 10 #2, and 10 titles that start …

Zenescope’s The Library Optioned By Mythology Entertainment

Word from THR is that Mythology Entertainment will adapt Zenescope’s series The Library as a feature film. The Library is a spin-off of Zenescope’s flagship series Grimm Fairy Tales and focuses on of a teenage girl and her brother as they …

Gendercrunching May 2014 – DC Down, Marvel Up, And Looking At Archie, Avatar, Zenescope, And Valiant

By Tim Hanley DC was down and Marvel was up in May, but it wasn’t quite enough to stop DC from posting the higher overall percentage of female creators for the sixth straight month. It was a real barnburner, though, …

The Perils Of Keeping A Comic Priced At $2.99

My background in the comic industry, before coming to work for Bleeding Cool, is a little different than some of the other contributors here. I found myself trying to be a publisher in the late 90s… which was a horrible …

Artist Spotlight – Javier Garcia-Miranda Of Dynamite’s Purgatori

Javier Garcia-Miranda is definitely an artist to keep an eye on. He started out with Zenescope working on Robyn Hood Vs. Red Riding Hood and the Wonderland on-going before moving over to Dynamite to tackle the new Purgatori series. Let’s …

Artist Spotlight – David T. Cabrera Of Dynamite’s Bionic Woman

David T. Cabrera is a relative newcomer getting his break with a classic television series. After getting started with Blue Water and Zenescope, Cabrera is now the interior artist on The Bionic Woman: Season 4 from Dynamite. We turn the …

Cover Variance – The Doctor At The Gaslamp District, Skottie’s Spideys And What Real Women Look Like

A look at a few upcoming comic book variant covers…. all in one place. Such as issues of Titan’s Doctor Who series, exclusive to San Diego Comic Con Skottie Young‘s two covers from Superior Spider-Man #32 and Amazing Spider-Man #9. …

Rodman Comics Went To Las Vegas – A Diamond Retailer Summit Report

Rod of Rodman Comics of Ankeny, Iowa, is one of the contributors to the Bleeding Cool Bestseller List. This weekend, he attended Diamond Comic Distributor Retailer Summit for the first time, this year in Las Vegas. And took a few notes for Bleeding …

Artist Spotlight – Matt Triano Of Dynamite’s The Devilers

When I first joined Bleeding Cool I started doing some artist spotlights to focus some attention on artists that I thought deserved a bit more recognition for their work. As time went on and more and more stories came in, …

Grimm Fairy Tales Heads Towards Issue 100 And An Age Of Darkness

Ralph Tedesco, along with Joe Brusha, founded Zenescope Entertainment back in 2005 with the idea of doing dark revisions on the classic fairy tales of our youth… which if you look at the original source material were pretty damn dark …

Nei Ruffino Shares Her Latest Covers – Pencils And Colors

Nei Ruffino has built her name as a colorist and is quite a high demand having worked from DC Comics to Zenescope and gotten to be a regular at coloring J. Scott Campbell but over the last few years she …

Charmed Comes Back To Comics For Season 10

Fans of the TV series Charmed are going to get more of the magical sisters starting this Fall from Zenescope Entertainment. The publisher put out the first 24 issues of the series from June 2010 through September of 2012 which …

What A Good Colorist Can Do For Your Art

I just accepted a friend request on Facebook from colorist and fellow Zenescope collaborator Renato Guerra. As I click the link I ended up on their blog where they shared the pages they colored for the back-up story for Tales From Oz …

Come With Me To Neverland… And Bring A Gun

When I say Neverland, you probably think about Peter Pan and Tinkerbelle and fairy dust. If I say Neverland from Zenescope Entertainment then you probably think pin-up girl covers and have no idea what will be inside. Well, I’m here …

The Amazing Arizona Con – A Growing Convention With Ideas

Amazing Arizona Con 2014 This past weekend I drove out to Phoenix, Arizona to attend the Amazing Arizona Con. It was a well organized show that had the honor of debuting the Image Revolution movie as well as having Marc …

The Growth Of An Artist Over Three Decades

Nei Ruffino has been establishing herself as one of the top colorist in comics having started out with companies like Zenescope and moving on to DC Comics. Here is a piece she did with Frank Cho. But Nei is also …

Instinct, Or Doing It All Backwards

Mark Bertolini writes for Bleeding Cool: My name is Mark Bertolini, and I’m a comic book writer with several titles to my name (my output can be found here at Comixology: http://www.comixology.com/search?search=Mark+Bertolini), and my most recent release is Scum of …