As of late, Zenescope Entertainment has been rolling out a variety of titles that one might not associate with the popular publisher. A few weeks ago, Zenescope released their Aliens vs Zombies trade paperback and they are nearing completion of their Escape from Monster Island series. Zenescope is also past the halfway point for their new urban legend horror title, Satan’s Hollow. This week is the unveiling of Death Force, a powerful revenge tale.
July holds the most talked-about title of the lot. A new foray for the Philadelphia-based publisher, E.V.I.L. Heroes is the recounting of humankind being enslaved by Superheroes. Will mankind survive and remain strong enough to challenge their self-appointed masters? Or will we be pushed closer to extinction?
The E.V.I.L. Heroes creative team features Zenescope co-founder and writer Joe Brusha (Satan’s Hollow & Realm War), artist Eric J (Grimm Tales of Terror, Fly, & Rex Mundi), and colorist Marco Lesko (Grimm Tales of Terror & Deus Ex: Children’s Crusade).
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—best known for re-imagining public domain properties as horror, sci-fi, and action/adventure series. The popular Grimm Fairy Tales has spawned dozens of critically acclaimed “shared universe” series like Oz, Wonderland, Robyn Hood, and Neverland, to name a few; and their unique blend of genre mash-ups include best-selling titles such as Aliens Vs. Zombies, Coven, Inferno, and the upcoming Escape From Monster Island and Satan’s Hollow. The company continues to work with dozens of clients which include Discovery Channel, History Channel, CBS, Lionsgate TV, SYFY Channel, New Line Cinema, Titmouse Studios, and many others.