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The latest from Zenescope Entertainment hits shelves next week featuring a new issue of one the their best selling titles, Robyn Hood. Here’s what’s on tap for December 19th.

From Zenescope:

GODSTORM03_coverAGodstorm #3

Written By: Pat Shand

The epic series that reinvents Greek and Roman mythology continues here!

Julian finds himself in an all-out death match with the god of the seas himself – Neptune! 

The Godstorm rages on as these two titans face off in an Earth-shaking battle of strength and will!   Can Zeus and his daughter, Heather Angelos, step in before it’s too late? Or is Julian in too deep to be saved? With the story by Joe Brusha (Grimm Fairy Tales, Neverland) and written by Zenescope’s Patrick Shand (Robyn Hood), this series is going to blow you away!

RH04_coverARobyn Hood #4

Written By: Pat Shand

One of the best action and fantasy series of 2012 continues!

Robyn’s chance to escape Myst has finally arrived!  And with the odds stacked against her, will Robyn be able to rise and become a legendary hero? Or will she be snuffed out before she has a chance to lead a rebellion?  The countdown to the big finale starts here as the creators of Grimm Fairy Tales, Wonderland and Neverland bring you the next great hero in the Grimm Universe!

GFT80_coverAGrimm Fairy Tales #80

Written By: Mark L. Miller

One of the longest-running and best-selling indie comic series on shelves today hits 80 issues! Sela gets closer to unveiling the identity of the highborn within the prison walls.   But not everything is as it seems and as things continue to escalate,  Sela must make a choice that will affect the safety of everyone in the prison. “The Lockdown” story-arc continues in this thrilling, action-packed issue of Grimm!

WONDER06_coverAWonderland #6

Written By: Raven Gregory

The relationship between Calie and Violet continues to deteriorate as they flee to New York City hoping to evade the never-ending reach of Wonderland.  But they find themselves falling into the clutches of something much worse than they imagined.  Something has escaped from the realm of madness and it is intent on making the big city its own. 

From the same minds behind the smash-hit Wonderland trilogy and the Grimm Fairy Tales series, the ongoing comic book series you’ve been wanting is here!

2 Comments

  1. If the great “Fables” is Playboy, “Wonderland” is Hustler. The series is pure id, loaded to the seams with over-the-top adolescent fantasy artwork and cathartic violence. The pages pop with the sheer joy of the subversive creators. In this comic, you really can judge a book by its cover, because the inside is just as raunchy as the lustrous, lascivious cover art.The stories are loosely based on characters from the “Alice in Wonderland” book- but in name only. The authors go on a free-for-all, in a million directions with each of the characters, leaving nothing sacred. The stories are a cross between “Twilight Zone” macabre morality tales, and “Fables” modern re-telling of fairy tales.Obviously this book isn’t for kids, but when it comes to sex, the twisted writers titillate more than they actually show. This comic is clean enough for the average teenager.This series doesn’t get the respect in comic shops that it deserves, in my opinion. I could go on about how the writers use the hyper-sexualized fantasy villainesses and silly violence to parody the fairy tale genre, but I’ll spare you.If you love reading comics of men in spandex saving the world, or serious graphic novels, this guilty confection might not be for you. If you just want a few minutes of cathartic violence and sexy drawings with clever stories, you’ll love this book.

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  2. Writers who have written about the Holocaust have combined the tales with their memoirs, as Jane Yolen in her Briar Rose .

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