(March 2012)

Volume:
2
Price:
15.99 USD
Pages:
196
Indicia / Colophon Publisher:
Zenescope Entertainment Inc.
Brand:
Zenescope
ISBN:
978-1-937068-30-1 Search at WorldCat
Barcode:
9781937068301
Editing:
Ralph Tedesco (Editor-in-Chief); Raven Gregory (Executive Editor)
Color:
Color
Dimensions:
Standard Modern Age US
Binding:
Squarebound
Publishing Format:
Collected Edition

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Eric Basaldua
Inks:
Eric Basaldua
Colors:
Nei Ruffino

Genre:
horror-suspense
Reprints:

Indexer Notes

The right side of the wraparound cover was used for Volume One.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

credits / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Raven Gregory (story and writer); Joe Brusha (story); Ralph Tedesco (story)
Pencils:
Alfred Trujillo; Shamus Beyale; Randy Valiente; Carlos Granda; Alex Sanchez; Roberto Viacava; Tomas Aira; Anthony Spay
Colors:
Jason Embury; Andrew Elder; Jorge Maese; Guillermo Gustavo Ucha; Falk; Jeff Balke; Eddy Swan
Letters:
Jim Campbell

Indexer Notes

The credits listed here are for all the stories in this volume, not this section of the index. Story-specific credits are provided inside each chapter except for Chapter 7.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

table of contents / 1 page (report information)

Letters:
typeset

Chapter Seven Myths & Legends #7 (Table of Contents)

filler / 2 pages (report information)

Pencils:
Eric Basaldua
Inks:
Eric Basaldua
Letters:
typeset

Genre:
horror-suspense

Indexer Notes

Double-page, gray-scale image of the "Cover A" variant to Grimm Fairy Tales Myths & Legends (Zenescope Entertainment, 2011 series) #7 used to introduce the story reprinted on the following pages. The art has been blown up and cropped to fill the space on the pages.

["Hello, Piper. Did you miss me?"] (Table of Contents)

comic story / 19 pages (report information)

Script:
Raven Gregory (story and writer); Joe Brusha (story); Ralph Tedesco (story)
Pencils:
Alfred Trujillo ?
Colors:
?
Letters:
Jim Campbell

Genre:
horror-suspense
Characters:
Baba Yaga; The Piper; Samantha Darren; Orcus; Dark One
Synopsis:
Baba Yaga tortures the Piper to try to get him to reveal the location of the Serpent's Sceptre, but Samantha is uncomfortable with her methods. When Baba Yaga leaves temporarily, the Piper talks Samantha into freeing him so he won't be killed. As soon as he is free, he strikes Samantha and removes the sceptre from a pocket dimension located in his body. But Baba Yaga and Samantha had planned this all along as Baba Yaga never actually left. Holding a knife to the Piper's throat, she takes the sceptre.
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Indexer Notes

Although this is Chapter 7 of the Dream Eater Saga, this story actually begins where the stories in Chapters 2 and 3 end. Chapter 2 (Grimm Fairy Tales: Dream Eater Saga #2) follows the Piper until the point where he is captured by Baba Yaga. Chapter 3 (Grimm Fairy Tales Myths & Legends #6) follows Baba Yaga and Samantha Darren until the point where Baba Yaga captures the Piper.

Unlike the other stories in this volume, no story-specific credits are provided. Trujillo is assumed to be the penciller since he is not credited in any other story, but is listed among the pencillers in the opening credits section.

Chapter Eight Sinbad One-Shot (Table of Contents)

filler / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Alé Garza
Inks:
Alé Garza

Genre:
horror-suspense

Indexer Notes

Gray-scale image of the "Cover B" variant to Grimm Fairy Tales: Dream Eater Saga (Zenescope Entertainment, 2011 series) #8 used to introduce the story reprinted on the following pages.

Part Eight Sinbad One-Shot (Table of Contents)

comic story / 27 pages (report information)

Script:
Dan Wickline (writer); Raven Gregory (story); Joe Brusha (story); Ralph Tedesco (story)
Pencils:
Shamus Beyale
Colors:
Andrew Elder
Letters:
Jim Campbell

Genre:
fantasy-supernatural
Characters:
Samantha Darren; Baba Yaga; Piper; Sinbad; Samelia; Wilhelm; Osmium; Shon'du; Pots
Synopsis:
Pots, a member of Sinbad's crew is about to be executed for being caught with the Governor's daughter. Sinbad and his crew perform a daring rescue and return to his ship. But Samantha, Baba Yaga, and the Piper are there on the ship. Pots, a member of Sinbad's crew, has an object of unlimited magic and they need it and him. After a brief battle with Sinbad and his crew, they escape with Pots through a portal. Sinbad follows them through the portal just before it closes.
Reprints:

Chapter Nine Grimm Fairy Tales #63 (Table of Contents)

filler / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Eric Basaldua
Inks:
Eric Basaldua

Genre:
fantasy-supernatural

Indexer Notes

Gray-scale image of the "Cover A" variant to Grimm Fairy Tales (Zenescope Entertainment, 2011 series) #63 used to introduce the story reprinted on the following pages.

Part Nine (Table of Contents)

comic story / 22 pages (report information)

Script:
Raven Gregory (story and writer); Joe Brusha (story); Ralph Tedesco (story)
Pencils:
Randy Valiente
Inks:
Randy Valiente
Colors:
Jorge Maese
Letters:
Jim Campbell

Genre:
fantasy-supernatural
Characters:
Belinda; Sela; Esmeralda
Synopsis:
Belinda needs to bring Sela back to Earth, but Belinda has lied so many times that Sela doesn't listen to her. During their battle, Maga eels drag both of them underwater. Belinda kills the eels, but now Belinda and Sela are in an underwater cove that is the home of Esmeralda, the Sea Witch. Esmeralda seems to have the upper hand and Belinda tries to bargain with her, but it is just a ruse so she can steal Esmeralda's ring. The ring is a key and a door in one, allowing the user to travel to any of the four realms. But before Belinda can leave with Sela, a mysterious young girl appears.
Reprints:

Chapter Ten Grimm Fairy Tales #64 (Table of Contents)

filler / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Alé Garza (signed)
Inks:
Alé Garza (signed)

Genre:
fantasy-supernatural

Indexer Notes

Gray-scale image of the "Cover B" variant to Grimm Fairy Tales (Zenescope Entertainment, 2011 series) #64 used to introduce the story reprinted on the following pages.

Part Ten (Table of Contents)

comic story / 23 pages (report information)

Script:
Raven Gregory (story and writer); Joe Brusha (story); Ralph Tedesco (story)
Pencils:
Carlos Granda
Inks:
Carlos Granda
Colors:
Guillermo Gustavo Ucha
Letters:
Jim Campbell

Genre:
fantasy-supernatural
Characters:
Belinda; Sela
Synopsis:
A mysterious being in the form of a young girl explains the origin of the Dream Eater to Belinda and Sela and provides them with artifacts to help them contain it. Belinda is also told that it was not the King who took her baby, but Orcus under the orders of the Dark One. Further, Belinda is told that her child is still alive.
Reprints:

Chapter Eleven Inferno One-Shot (Table of Contents)

filler / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Nei Ruffino
Inks:
Nei Ruffino

Genre:
fantasy-supernatural

Indexer Notes

Gray-scale image of the "Cover B" variant to Grimm Fairy Tales: Dream Eater Saga (Zenescope Entertainment, 2011 series) #11 used to introduce the story reprinted on the following pages.

Part Eleven Inferno One-Shot (Table of Contents)

comic story / 21 pages (report information)

Script:
Raven Gregory (story and writer); Joe Brusha (story); Ralph Tedesco (story)
Pencils:
Alex Sanchez
Colors:
Falk
Letters:
Jim Campbell

Genre:
fantasy-supernatural
Characters:
Belinda; Sela; Mercy Thompson; Dark One; Belia
Synopsis:
The Dark one has adopted human form and is staying in a hotel in the Inferno to hide from the Dream Eater. But Mercy, disguised as a maid, kicks him through the window. Belinda and Sela arrive at this point, needing to use the Dark One as bait to lure the Dream Eater. They also need him because he knows the truth about what happened to their children. They try to protect him, but are unable to stop Mercy from riddling his body with bullets. After Mercy leaves, Sela uses her powers to restore the Dark One to life.
Reprints:

The Conclusion Ever After (Table of Contents)

comic story / 46 pages (report information)

Script:
Raven Gregory (story and writer); Joe Brusha (story); Ralph Tedesco (story)
Pencils:
Roberto Viacava; Tomas Aira; Anthony Spay
Inks:
Roberto Viacava; Tomas Aira; Anthony Spay
Colors:
Jeff Balke; Eddy Swan; Jason Embury
Letters:
Jim Campbell

Genre:
fantasy-supernatural
Characters:
Pots; Dream Eater; Pan; Morrigan; Cindy; Sinbad; Samantha Darren; Baba Yaga; Piper; Samelia; Fenton; Dark One; Sela; Belinda
Synopsis:
Just as the Dark One's army arrives to retrieve him from Belinda and Sela, the Dream Eater arrives. Pots summons the Djinn from the lamp to battle the Dream Eater. But as the Djinn dies, so does Pots as the owner of the lamp. Pots uses his last wish before dying to put everything back in its proper place. Everyone is instantly returned to their home realms and the crisis is over. However, Belinda was mortally wounded in the battle and dies as Sela promises that she will find her son.
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The Dream Eater Saga Cover Gallery (Table of Contents)

illustration / 17 pages (report information)

Pencils:
Eric Basaldua; Alé Garza; Nei Ruffino; Mike DeBalfo; Marat Mychaels; Stjepan Sejic; Fan Yang; Angel Medina
Inks:
Eric Basaldua; Alé Garza; Nei Ruffino; Mike DeBalfo; Marat Mychaels; Stjepan Sejic; Fan Yang; Angel Medina
Colors:
Caesar Rodriguez; Ivan Nunes; Jason Embury; Sanju Nivangune; Nei Ruffino; Milen Parvanov; Falk; Stjepan Sejic; Fan Yang

Genre:
fantasy-supernatural
Reprints:

Indexer Notes

Original cover art for the issues collected in this series. Credits and reprint information is provided for each illustration.

Editing

Table of Contents

  1. 0. [no title indexed]
  2. 1. [no title indexed]
  3. 2. [no title indexed]
  4. 3. Chapter Seven Myths & Legends #7
  5. 4. ["Hello, Piper. Did you miss me?"]
  6. 5. Chapter Eight Sinbad One-Shot
  7. 6. Part Eight Sinbad One-Shot
  8. 7. Chapter Nine Grimm Fairy Tales #63
  9. 8. Part Nine
  10. 9. Chapter Ten Grimm Fairy Tales #64
  11. 10. Part Ten
  12. 11. Chapter Eleven Inferno One-Shot
  13. 12. Part Eleven Inferno One-Shot
  14. 13. The Conclusion Ever After
  15. 14. The Dream Eater Saga Cover Gallery
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