Zenescope to Launch 'Jungle Book'
With Twists on Kipling Classic
Published: 12/29/2011 02:59am
Zenescope Entertainment will launch a five issue comic miniseries inspired by Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book in March. Grimm Fairy Tales Presents The Jungle Book ($2.99) will be written by Mark L. Miller, an editor at Ain’t It Cool News who also wrote Nanny & Hank and “Luna: Order of the Werewolf” for Famous Monsters. Art will be by Ale Garza, with four connecting covers by Garza and a retailer incentive cover by Mike DeBalfo.
In this story, Mowgli is a young girl raised by wolves, one of four human cubs raised by different animal tribes who will play a role in the Great Animal Battle, a civil war between the different groups of animals.
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