THR is reporting that Mythology Entertainment has teamed up with Zenescope to produce a movie based on the company's Grimm Fairy Tales spin-off comic The Library. The Library is the story of a teenage girl and her brother who discover a magical library that allows them to be transported to the worlds of their favorite books. It also appears to be, from a cursory Google Images search, the one single Zenescope comic that does not feature scantily clad fairy tale characters in sexually suggestive poses on the covers.
"God damn it," said a visibly pissed off Mythology representative when learning that they had accidentally chosen to adapt the one Zenescope comic that isn't borderline pornography. "The whole reason we got into this was to compete with Vivid in the comic book porn parody sector."
"I mean, it's Zenescope," the representative continued. "Who knew they even made comics like this? I saw the cover to The Library #1 and figured it was a cuckold-themed comic with an actual bull for the bull."
At press time, Mythology was reentering negotiations with Zenescope to see if they could make a movie where Pinocchio fucks strippers with his nose. We'll keep you posted.
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