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Zenescope and CBS Get Charmed

zenescopeZenescope Entertainment and CBS Consumer Products are bringing the fan-favorite series Charmed back to comic book and graphic novel formats this Fall. Zenescope published the first 24 issues of the bestselling series from June 2010 through September 2012.

Constance M. Burge  created the popular TV series, which starred Holly Marie Combs, Alyssa Milano, Rose McGowan and Shannen Doherty. Charmed aired from 1998 through 2006, and found a new life  as original comics when Zenescope began publishing “Season 9” four years ago. Now, Zenescope will release a brand new  “Season 10”  in an on-going monthly comic book  series  with trade paperback collections released twice each year.

The first issue of Season 10 will debut at New York Comic Con the weekend of October 9, 2014. Original comic book series writer Paul Ruditis will edit the series and Zenescope writer Pat Shand takes the helm penning the new arc. The art team will be announced next month.

Zenescope’s Plans for Emerald City Comic Con

Zenescope Entertainment is heading to Emerald City Comic Con 2014 at the Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, WA – March 28th-30th.  The company will be exhibiting at booth #1602, and will have on hand its newest trade paperback releases, high end art prints, hardcover collections, and exclusive comics.

Emerald City Comic Con limited edition exclusives are:

Tales From Oz #3 Cover D by Jamie Tyndall, limited to 500 copies
Grimm Fairy Tales #95 Cover D by Elias Chatzoudis, limited to 500 copies

Elias Chatzoudis and Nei Ruffino will be signing at the Zenescope booth (#1602) at the following times:

Friday March 28thElias Chatzoudis – 1-2pm
Saturday March 29thElias Chatzoudis – 1-2pm, Nei Ruffino – 2-3pm
Sunday March 30th - Elias Chatzoudis – 1-2pm

All fans who purchase the issue will also have a chance to win a limited edition art print. Head to booth #1602 for details.

SHOW SPECIAL

Purchase the two convention exclusives and a Zenescope tour tee, receive a free LE trading card! The LE trading card is limited to 200 copies, and the cover is by Nei Ruffino.

The company will also be giving away free comics randomly all weekend long.

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Zenescope’s 2014 Age of Darkness Tour

zenescopeZenescope Entertainment has announced its tour dates for the 2014 Age of Darkness TourAge of Darkness encompasses their Grimm Fairy Tales series which features classic characters and locales (Wonderland, Neverland, Oz, Robyn Hood, Red Riding Hood, Van Helsing, Captain Hook, the Dark Queen, etc) that have all been operating in their own titles. Age of Darkness books bring these characters together in a modern setting for a story that will have an impact the Zenescope titles across the board. The culmination will be in Grimm Fairy Tales #100. Let the countdown begin!

Wizard World Portland – Portland, OR – January 24th-26th
Amazing Arizona Comic Con – Phoenix, AZ – January 24th-26th
Wizard World New Orleans – New Orleans, LA – February 7th-9th
Wizard World Sacramento – Sacramento, CA – March 7th-9th
London Super Comic Con – London, England – March 15th-16th
Mega Con – Orlando, FL -March 21st-23rd
Emerald City Comic Con – Seattle, WA – March 28th -30th
Wizard World Louisville – Louisville, KY – March 28th-30th
Wizard World St. Louis- ST, Louis, MO – April 4th-6th
Marble City Comic Con – Knoxville, TN – April 11th-13th
Salt Lake Comic Con – Salt Lake City, UT – April 17th-19th
WonderCon – Anaheim, CA – April 18th-20th
C2E2 – Chicago, IL – April 25th-27th
Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo – Calgary, AB – April 24th-27th
Wizard World Minneapolis – Minneapolis, MN – May 2nd-4th
Motor City Comic Con – Farmington Hills, MI – May 16th-18th
Indiana Pop Con – Indianapolis, IN – May 30th-June 1st
Wizard World Atlanta – Atlanta, GA – May 30th- June 1st
Phoenix Comic Con – Phoenix, AZ – June 5th-8th
Denver Comic Con – Denver, CO – June 13th-15th
Wizard World Philly – Philadelphia, PA – June 19th-22nd
Florida Super Con – Miami, FL – July 3rd-6th
San Diego Comic Con – San Diego, CA – July 23rd-27th
Boston Comic Con – Boston, MA – August 8th-10th
Wizard World Chicago – Chicago, IL – August 21st-24th
Fan Expo – Toronto, ON – August 28th-31st
Dragon Con – Atlanta, GA – August 29th-Sept. 1st
Wizard World Richmond – Richmond, VA – September 12th-14th
Cincy Comic Expo – Cincinnati, OH – September 19th-21st
Pittsburgh Comic Con – Pittsburg, PA – September 26th-28th
Wizard World Nashville – Nashville, TN – September 26th-28th
Alamo City Comic Con – San Antonio, TX – September 26th-28th
Wizard World Austin – Austin, TX – October 2nd – 4th
New York Comic Con – New York, NY – October 9th-12th
Wizard World Ohio – Cincinnati, OH – October 31st-November 2nd
Comikaze – Los Angeles, CA – October 31st- November 2nd
Wizard World Tulsa – Tulsa, OK – November 7th-9th
Wizard World Reno – Reno, NV – November 21st -23rd

The company will be exhibiting several exclusives, many artist signings and plenty of giveaways and coupons. The company also screens the Grimm Fairy Tales Animated pilot and holds a panel at many of these conventions.

Zenescope’s Age of Darkness Official Release Schedule

zenescopeZenescope Entertainment today announced the official release schedule for their Age of Darkness titles. These particular titles bring together the universes of Grimm Fairy Tales for the epic release of the Grimm Fairy Tales 100th issue. Every Universe Has An End…

Check out below where you can read this epic event.

November 2013
Quest #1 of 5
December 2013
Code Red #1 of 5
Quest #2 of 5
January 2014
Grimm Fairy Tales #93
Code Red #2 of 5
Quest #3 of 5
Dark Queen: Age of Darkness One-shot
February 2014
Grimm Fairy Tales #94
Wonderland Clash of Queens #1 of 5
Code Red #3 of 5
Quest #4 of 5
Robyn Hood: Age of Darkness One-shot
March 2014
Grimm Fairy Tales #95
Neverland: Age of Darkness #1 of 4
Wonderland: Clash of Queens #2 of 5
Code Red #4 of 5
Quest #5 of 5
April 2014
Grimm Fairy Tales #96
Neverland: Age of Darkness #2 of 4
Wonderland: Clash of Queens #3 of 5
Code Red #5 of 5
Inferno: Age of Darkness One-shot
May 2014
Grimm Fairy Tales #97
Grimm Fairy Tales #0: FCBD Edition
Grimm Fairy Tales 2014 Annual
Neverland: Age of Darkness #3 of 4
Wonderland: Clash of Queens #4 of 5
Dark One: Age of Darkness One-shot
June 2014
Grimm Fairy Tales #98
Neverland: Age of Darkness #4 of 4
Wonderland: Clash of Queens #5 of 5
Wonderland #24
OZ: Age of Darkness One-shot
Wonderland: Age of Darkness One-shot
Godstorm: Age of Darkness One-shot
July 2014
Grimm Fairy Tales #99
GRIMM FAIRY TALES #100
Grimm Fairy Tales Giant-Sized 2014
Realm War: Age of Darkness #1 of 12
Wonderland #25
Realm Knights: Age of Darkness One-shot
…to be continued.

Marketing Monday: Top Comic Apps

It’s Marketing Monday here at Graphic Policy and today marks the fourth week of tracking various comic apps and how they rank up against each other and the general app population.

For this report, I felt it best to focus on Wednesday of the previous week, since that should be the busiest day of the week for apps since its new comic day. This report also focuses on the ranks in the United States. I’ll eventually look at the entire week down the road and expand the location. I also wanted to look at the gross income for the apps, so apps included are those where you’d purchase books. So apps like comiXology’s offerings would be included, but Marvel’s AR app isn’t. Marvel Unlimited is included on the list too. I’ve also separated the apps based on their platform as best I could.

Most apps are on the iOS platform, which isn’t surprising at all. The Comics app by comiXology is the juggernaut in every category. They are also the folks behind many of the other top apps as well. Generally all iOS apps gained in the rankings while most dropped on other platforms.

Of note, comiXology has discontinued some apps since last week. Also, DC has overtaken Marvel for the number two spot when it comes to the iPad.

iOS

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Google

google 3.5.14

Amazon

amazon 3.5.14

And that wraps up this week’s breakdown. I’m still thinking through a good name for this feature, so if you have suggestions, let me know!

Marketing Monday: Top Comic Apps

It’s Marketing Monday here at Graphic Policy and today marks the fourth week of tracking various comic apps and how they rank up against each other and the general app population.

For this report, I felt it best to focus on Wednesday of the previous week, since that should be the busiest day of the week for apps since its new comic day. This report also focuses on the ranks in the United States. I’ll eventually look at the entire week down the road and expand the location. I also wanted to look at the gross income for the apps, so apps included are those where you’d purchase books. So apps like comiXology’s offerings would be included, but Marvel’s AR app isn’t. Marvel Unlimited is included on the list too. I’ve also separated the apps based on their platform as best I could.

Most apps are on the iOS platform, which isn’t surprising at all. The Comics app by comiXology is the juggernaut in every category. They are also the folks behind many of the other top apps as well. Generally all iOS apps gained in the rankings while most dropped on other platforms.

Also of note is the continued surge of the app for The Walking Dead which seems to have increased with the return of the show. We’ll see if the app dies off at a point after the show ends its season.

iOS

ios 2.26.14

Google

google 2.26.14

Amazon

amazon 2.26.14

And that wraps up this week’s breakdown. I’m still thinking through a good name for this feature, so if you have suggestions, let me know!

Marketing Monday: Top Comic Apps

It’s Marketing Monday here at Graphic Policy and today marks the fourth week of tracking various comic apps and how they rank up against each other and the general app population.

For this report, I felt it best to focus on Wednesday of the previous week, since that should be the busiest day of the week for apps since its new comic day. This report also focuses on the ranks in the United States. I’ll eventually look at the entire week down the road and expand the location. I also wanted to look at the gross income for the apps, so apps included are those where you’d purchase books. So apps like comiXology’s offerings would be included, but Marvel’s AR app isn’t. Marvel Unlimited is included on the list. I’ve also separated the apps based on their platform as best I could.

Most apps are on the iOS platform, which isn’t surprising at all. The Comics app by comiXology is the juggernaut in every category. They are also the folks behind many of the other top apps as well. This is the second full week since the release of Marvel Global Comics. This is the first week though that it ranked in the iPhone category. Cloud 9 Comix, continues to not rank in the US, but does elsewhere.

Also of note is the continued surge of the app for The Walking Dead which seems to have increased with the return of the show. We’ll see if the app dies off at a point after the show ends its season.

iOS

ios 2.19.14

Google

google 2.19.14

Amazon

amazon 2.19.14

And that wraps up this week’s breakdown. I’m still thinking through a good name for this feature, so if you have suggestions, let me know!

Marketing Monday: Top Comic Apps

It’s Marketing Monday here at Graphic Policy and today marks the third week of tracking various comic apps and how they rank up against each other and the general app population.

For this report, I felt it best to focus on Wednesday of the previous week, since that should be the busiest day of the week for apps since it’s new comic day. This report also focuses on the ranks in the United States. I’ll eventually look at the entire week down the road and expand the location. I also wanted to look at the gross income for the apps, so apps included are those where you’d purchase books. So apps like comiXology’s offerings would be included, but Marvel’s AR app isn’t. Marvel Unlimited is included on the list. I’ve also separated the apps based on their platform as best I could.

Most apps are on the iOS platform, which isn’t surprising at all. The Comics app by comiXology is the juggernaut in every category. They are also the folks behind many of the other top apps as well. This is the first full week of since the release of Marvel Global Comics. As expected, since it focuses on foreign language comics, it didn’t rank in the United States. Also added was Cloud 9 Comix, which did not rank in the US.

Also of note is the surge of the app for The Walking Dead which not only has the television show back, but a new comic last week as well.

iOS

ios 2.12.14

Google

google 2.12.14

Amazon

amazon 2.12.14

And that wraps up this week’s breakdown. I’m still thinking through a good name for this feature, so if you have suggestions, let me know!

Marketing Monday: Top Comic Apps

It’s Marketing Monday here at Graphic Policy and today marks the second week of tracking various comic apps and how they rank up against each other and the general app population.

For this report, I felt it best to focus on Wednesday of the previous week, since that should be the busiest day of the week for apps since it’s new comic day. I’ll eventually look at the entire week down the road. I also wanted to look at the gross income for the apps, so apps included are those where you’d purchase books. So apps like comiXology’s offerings would be included, but Marvel’s AR app isn’t. I’ve also separated the apps based on their platform as best I could.

Most apps are on the iOS platform, which isn’t surprising at all. The Comics app by comiXology is the juggernaut in every category. They are also the folks behind many of the other top apps as well. Last week also saw the launch of Marvel Global Comics, but that launched on Thursday. I’ve included it here anyways.

iOS

ios 2.5.14

Google

google 2.5.14

Amazon

amazon 2.5.14

And that wraps up this week’s breakdown. I’m still thinking through a good name for this feature, so if you have suggestions, let me know!

Marketing Monday: Top Comic Apps

It’s Marketing Monday here at Graphic Policy and we’re always looking to add interesting market information when it comes to the comic industry. Today marks our first day of tracking various comic apps and how they rank up against each other and the general app population.

For this report, I felt it best to focus on Wednesday of the previous week, since that should be the busiest day of the week for apps since it’s new comic day. I’ll eventually look at the entire week down the road. I also wanted to look at the gross income for the apps, so apps included are those where you’d purchase books. So apps like comiXology’s offerings would be included, but Marvel’s AR app isn’t. I’ve also separated the apps based on their platform as best I could.

Most apps are on the iOS platform, which isn’t surprising at all. The Comics app by comiXology is the juggernaut in every category. They are also the folks behind many of the other top apps as well.

iOS

ios 1.29.14

Google

google 1.29.14

Amazon

amazon 1.29.14

And that wraps up this week’s breakdown. I’m still thinking through a good name for this feature, so if you have suggestions, let me know!

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