Ralph Tedesco Announces 'Grimm Tales Of Terror' Movie And New Titles From Zenescope On #C2Ccon2017


During the Zenescope discussion today during the Coast-To-Coast Comic-Con, co-founder Ralph Tedesco announced that they are currently in development on a film adaptation of their Grimm Tales of Terror anthology comic series. The series focuses on varied urban legends as well as their own original stories.

Tedesco said that the film would be directed by Jack Heller, who had previously directed the companies short film, Robyn Hood: I Love NY (you can watch the full 11-minute Hood film at the end of this post).  They hope to have it out at the end of 2017 or in early 2018.

In addition to the film, Tedesco also spoke about three new upcoming titles:

Courier, which Tedesco himself would be writing, and will be a "female version of Mad Max." Living in a post-apocalyptic world battling against an enemy called "primals." The first miniseries will focus on the lead character, Eve, and her backstory.

Vessel, a science fiction/horror-themed, three-issue miniseries that is described as a mashup of The Thing meets Invasion of the Body Snatchers. The story will span three separate eras, the Aztecs, the Old West, and future time set in space.

Black Flag, a pirate story. One, however, where it's a cross of pirates with Star Trek. Set in the not-too-distant future where humanity has taken to the stars, and piracy has evolved to take it's place in the new frontier.

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