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Were you a fan of the TV show "Charmed" that starred Holly Marie Combs, Alyssa Milano, Rose McGowan, and Shannen Doherty back in the day? If so, you'll be happy to hear the Charmed Ones are returning in a brand-new fantasy series from Zenescope Entertainment that picks up where the series left off!
The first issue of "Season 9" is now available for pre-order from Tfaw, as is a special Charmed #0 Sourcebook, which serves as a prequel to the comic book series and is a must-have for fans, or anyone who wants to catch up on the "Charmed" universe.
Below you'll see the cover variations for Issue #1, one of which is a photo (on the right, obviously), whose synopsis is as follows:
Claiming their victory in the battle against evil, Piper (Combs), Phoebe (Milano), and Paige (McGowan) were free to settle into the future with their husbands and children, destined to »
- The Woman In Black
The Power of Three is making a comeback.
Zenescope Entertainment revealed this week that they've obtained the comic book rights for "Charmed," a supernatural-themed TV series that aired on the WB Network for eight seasons. Created in 1998 by Constance M. Burge, the series followed three sisters — Piper (Holly Marie Combs), Phoebe (Alyssa Milano) and Paige (Rose McGowan) — who were descended from a long line of good witches and tasked to face the forces of evil.
Zenescope's "Charmed" comic book series will pick up with an original story that takes place after the series' eighth season. Paul Ruditis and Raven Gregory ("The Gift") are co-writing the title with artist Dave Hoover ("Captain America"). Ruditis has written several books based on TV series — including "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Roswell" — in addition to two "Charmed" novels.
"The key to this series success is to strike a nice balance in creating a brand new, »
- Blair Marnell
Zenescope Entertainment is to produce comics and graphic novels based on the television property Charmed. Created by Constance M. Burge from Spelling Entertainment, the show ran between 1998 and 2006 on the Warner Brothers network. The comic books will pick up where the television series left off, following a trio of witches battling evil in modern day San Francisco. The series will be co-written by author Paul Ruditis and Raven Gregory. Artwork will be provided by Dave Hoover. "The key to this series success is to strike a nice balance in creating a brand new, intriguing storyline for fans of the television show while (more) »
- By Mark Langshaw
3 items from 2010
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