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Written by Joe Brusha and Ralph Tedesco, art by TBA, cover by Al Rio.

In 2005 Zenescope introduced the series that reinvented classic fables with a terrifying twist that has spawned close to 40 issues. Now be prepared for the most intense and frightening.... Aww who are we kidding? It's April Fools!

Join Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, Hansel and Gretel and others as they find themselves in very familiar positions but with much different problems than the first time around. We're giving you the alternate dialogue these characters never wanted you to read! Be prepared to gain insight into how Cinderella really made her deal with her fairy godmother, how Red truly felt about her annoying grandma and why Gretel set up poor Hansel to be some witch's dinner. The first ever April Fools' edition has arrived as Grimm Fairy Tales gets the Mystery Science Theater 3000 treatment.

64 pages, $5.99.


Written by Dan Wickline, art by Eduardo Ferigato, cover by Talent Caldwell.

The City of the Dead holds many secrets and terrible dangers. Giant scorpions, skeletal warriors and other living nightmares walk its streets. . . all under the control of a being of unimaginable evil. Buried underground for thousands of years, his decaying flesh and tattered bandages a constant reminder of a bitter betrayal, the ancient Wizard Terrae Motus plans to make the world to suffer for his pain...and Sinbad and his crew are first on his list.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Joe Brusha and Ralph Tedesco, art by Wagner Reis, cover by Bernard Diego.

Hawkins is hot on the trail of his final two bounties but first needs to get past the beautiful and tough as nails town sheriff, Risa Keller. When Hawk agrees to let Risa tag along, he finds out quickly that he's glad she did as the two find themselves in the fight of their lives against a pair of beings that simply cannot be of this world. They needed a new species in order to survive... They just found us.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Joe Brusha and Ralph Tedesco, art by Ciao, cover by Joe Benitez.

In 1892 Massachusetts a gorgeous young woman named Anna Williams is about to fully realize the immense powers she has repressed for so many years. The very powers that her mother had made her bury her whole life for fear of sparking another witch hunt two hundred years after the Salem trials. But now as Anna comes of age, and her gift no longer able to be hidden, an immensely evil and mysterious being named Darius is on his way to recruit her. Meanwhile Braden Cole, a hardened gunslinger with a sordid past, is on the tail of the elusive Darius as he looks to avenge the death of his family. Now Anna will be given the choice she's been waiting her entire life to make and Cole will finally be given his chance at revenge.

From the minds that have so successfully reinvented the fairy tales and fables you love, comes a stylistic and stunning new version of 19th century America like you have never seen before. Enter a world full of the monsters, demons, ghosts and creatures you thought you knew but re-imagined with new twists and shown in an entirely different and terrifying light.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written and art by Ken Haeser and Buz Hasson.

While the Living Corpse has been away, something dark and ancient has taken up residence in his graveyard! Sleeping in his crypt, hunting human victims and taking hold of the Corpse's friend Lilith! What kind of exterminator do you call when a Nosferatu slithers his way into your afterlife?

32 pages, $2.99.

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