Action Lab comics in stores on 10/11/2017

ACTION LAB ENTERTAINMENT COMICS IN STORES THIS WEEK
New Releases for the week of October 10th, 2017

NORTHSTARS VOL. 1: WELCOME TO SNOWVILLE HC
Writer(s): Jim & Haigen Shelley
Artist Name(s): Anna Liisa Jones
Cover Artist(s): Anna Liisa Jones

Join us for the magical adventures of Holly, the daughter of Santa Claus, and Frostina, a Yeti Princess, as they explore the mystical wonders of the land of Polaris. In this first volume in a series of oversized keepsake hardcovers, Holly and Frostina journey to the subterranean city of Undertown to investigate trouble in Troggie Town. There is an evil force scheming right below Snowville, and it threatens Christmas itself!

48 pgs./ E / FC                   $14.99 

  
  
  

What people are saying about NorthStars:

“An impressive kids comic and a really nice Christmas issue…” (Comic Crusaders)

“I recommend this little holiday tale for fans of quality all ages media…”
(Mainlining Christmas)

“It is the start of a fun exciting adventure. One that will fill you with the Christmas spirit and plenty of joy.” (First Comics News)


SHINOBI: NINJA PRINCESS – LIGHTNING ONI #2
Writer(s): Martheus Wade
Artist Name(s): Martheus Wade (Pencils/Story), Janet Wade (Inks), Gene Fayne (Colors)
Cover Artist(s): Martheus Wade and Gene Fayne

Who said words can never hurt you? While the powerful Lightning Oni continues his search for the young ninja, Shianndrea Toshigawa, the kunoichi has to quell a rumor that she maliciously attacked one of her fellow sword sisters during an unauthorized training session. While Ai and Shainndrea get to the bottom of the incident, ninja team leaders, Kim and Turra, go on the hunt for a possible traitor in their ranks.

32 pgs./ E / FC                   $3.99 

  
  
  

What people are saying about Shinobi Ninja Princess:

“This comic really is a lot like an old school action cartoon. There’s some nice vibrant art and lighthearted character interactions.” (The Broken Infinite)

“The story would be fun enough for parent and child alike, achieving that uncommon bridge between generations.” (Graphic Policy)