Zenescope drops a second printing for those who missed it the first time.
Zenescope announces Alice in Wonderland sell-outs and reprint
Zenescope Entertainment has announced plans for a second printing of Alice in Wonderland #1. The company's newest Wonderland mini-series was released in January of 2012 and the initial printing sold through its 20,000 copy print run within the first few days of its release.
Further, the company has announced that Alice in Wonderland #2 has also sold out of its first printing within one day of its release after hitting shelves Wednesday, February 22nd.
Zenescope has decided to go to a second printing of issue #1 due to significant demand for additional copies from retailers and fans. Zenescope is hoping to have this second printing of issue #1 available for a March release. The company has not yet announced a reprint of issue #2.
"In five years of publishing various Wonderland mini-series, we've seen the demand for more Wonderland continue to increase." said Zenescope EIC Ralph Tedesco. "Our loyal fan base has been at the heart of it all and we can't express enough gratitude for their support."
This news comes on the heels of CS Moore's announcement for an Alice in Wonderland action figure. The figure was sculpted by industry star Clayburn Moore as Zenescope has teamed with CS Moore Studios to release a series of action figures based on Zenescope's strong and sexy heroines from the series.
Alice in Wonderland #1 and #2 can currently be downloaded digitally using the Zenescope app for iphone and ipad and at Comxiology for ios or android users.
About Alice in Wonderland:
Decades ago, a girl named Alice was sacrificed into the insanity-filled realm of Wonderland but her terrifying and awe-inspiring experiences there have been shrouded in mystery. Now, follow Alice into the rabbit hole and see for yourself the horror that awaits her.
About Zenescope Entertainment:
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. Zenescope's Grimm Fairy Tales and subsequent spinoff series such as Escape From Wonderland, Neverland and The Piper, which put a dark twist on classic fables, are some of the best-selling and longest running original independent comic books on shelves today. Zenescope's licensed titles include the on-going, critically acclaimed Charmed series, based off of the long-running popular television series, as well as Se7en and Final Destination, based off of New Line Cinema's successful film franchises.
Source: Press Release
Written or Contributed by: SuperginraiX
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