Action Lab Entertainment tagged posts

Ehmm Theory #1

Gabriel Ehmm has awoken to a world where zombie “little people”
rise from graves, someone calling himself “Saint Peter” offers bargains, and
his pet kitten can now “talk”.  Connected
by blood and straddling the afterlife, Gabe and Mr. Whispers (the aforementioned
talking cat) begin a universe-spanning adventure in the first issue of this
mind-bending and genre-blending new series.
Where does one even begin with a review on a book about
zombies, talking cats, and the afterlife unlike any seen before?  I suppose I’ll start off by saying that if
Ehmm Theory is any indication of what the new Action Lab “mature reader” line
is going to be like, I’m totally down with it. 
This comical horror is a great step away from all things superhero in
comics, and I for one welcom...
Read More

Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight: Action Lab Comics – Danger Zone

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Action Lab Entertainment Launches Danger Zone imprint on
Kickstarter
On March 26, comic book publisher
Action Lab Entertainment launched a Kickstarter campaign to help advance its
recently-announced Danger Zone imprint, which incorporates a wide variety of
titles aimed at more mature readers.
The Kickstarter campaign’s
primary focus is on six of the first creator-owned titles to be released under
the Danger Zone banner.  Three of them–The
Final Plague
, Ghost Town, and Night of the 80s Undead–are
bimonthly series, while the remaining three–The Trip, Zombie Tramp,
and Double Jumpers–are either trade paperbacks or original graphic
novels.
Donors to the Kickstarter can
receive a number of unique items only available there, including exclusive
covers, a ...
Read More

Ghost Town

They do
this for the people, to give them back the power.
In an
age where corruption and greed are the letter of the day for the U. S.
government, one group has taken it upon themselves to finally say enough is
enough.  They call themselves the
American Reclamation Front and they are willing to do whatever it takes to wipe
out the overwhelming influence of a government gone wrong.  Action Lab brings you Ghost Town: Ground
Zero, a thrilling new tale, from co-creator Dave Dwonch, of a revolution that was
started with a time machine.
Definitely
the most politically driven comic I’ve ever read, or at least that was
blatantly obvious to me.  Ghost Town:
Ground Zero brings up a lot of what’s wrong with society today and comes up
with some rather bold solutions to these problems...
Read More

Pirate Eye Announcement

Last year, Joe Grahn and Carl Yonder’s unique take on the noir genre, “Pirate Eye” caught a lot of folks by surprise.  One thing is for certain though, as soon as it came out people were clamoring for more “pirate noir”.  Well, Joe and Carl are back and they are delivering another new adventure from Smitty, the pirate turned private eye with “Pirate Eye:  A Pirate’s Life is Not for Me”

Pirate Eye returns for another Pirate Noir packed story in Pirate Eye: A Pirates Life Is Not For Me.

The ex-pirate and now high-seas detective known as Smitty gets a rude reminder of his past when a pirate ship comes to town. With the pirates seeing Smitty as their best chance at recovering a valuable map stolen by a defector, he gets pulled into a deeper, darker world of deceit and debauchery.

Cannon fir...

Read More

Princeless Vol 2 Issue 2

Adrienne is hot on the trail of her older sister Angelica. But
in order to save Angelica, Adrienne will have to face a real monster –
jealousy. Meanwhile, another member of the royal family has disappeared and one
of King Ashe’s closest allies may be to blame!
I normally don’t find myself feeling the need to start off
talking about the cover of a book, but the front of Princeless Vol #2 is just
too funny not to.  I won’t deny that
books with risque covers draw me in, but I can also appreciate the argument being
made on how relevant they actually are. 
Regardless of your stance on this though, I personally got a laugh out
of this.
So, onto the book itself. 
It starts off with a flashback that threw me off at first, but once you
realize what’s going on, you get a bit of history...
Read More