|Zenescope Entertainment, Inc|
|Joe Brusha|| President (0-16)|
President & Chief Creative Officer (17-19)
|Ralph Tedesco|| V.P. (0-16)|
|Jennifer Bermel||Director of Licensing & Business Developement (17-19)|
|Raven Gregory||Executive Editor (0-19)|
|David Seidman||Art Director (0-6)|
|Anthony Spay||Art Director (10-19)|
|Christopher Cote|| Art Director (7-9)|
Production Manager (10-19)
|Dave Franchini||Direct Market Sales & Customer Service (17-19)|
|Stephen Haberman||Marketing Manager (18-19)|
The Zenescope production had grown even in the amount of time that Charmed has been part of their line. Charmed's cover artist, David Seidman, was the Art Director through the sixth issue when he was briefly replaced with Christopher Cote (currently the Production Manager), and then current Art Director, Anthony Spay. Including Production Manager, four positions have been added. Two of the others started with the seventeenth issue. The fourth started with the eighteenth issue.
Zenescope has many comics which they put out. Some are miniseries that last only a few issues while others are ongoing series which are still in production.
1000 Ways to DieEdit
Brimstone (On Going)Edit
Charmed (On Going)Edit
- Wikia - This Wikia
Fly (On Going)Edit
Grimm Fairy Tales and GFT PresentsEdit
Dream Eater SagaEdit
Grimm Fairy TalesEdit
Myths & LegendsEdit
Jurassic Strike Force 5Edit
There have been two story arcs, one series of one-shots, and an additional one shot in The Dream Eater Saga. In addition characters from Neverland appeared in other stories in The Dream Eater Saga.
This comic has 8 issues, 7 normal issues and a shorter prelude.
Tales from NeverlandEdit
This comic has 3 issues.
There have been three story arcs under two seperate titles as well as a one-shot in The Dream Eater Saga.
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The Awakening & Legend of the Jesey DevilEdit
This comic has 6 issues.
There has been one story arc with a second story arc planned under a new name.
This comic has 4 issues.