Action Lab: Danger Zone in stores on 12/6/2017

New Releases for the week of December 6th, 2017

Writer(s): Jason Martin, with Dan Mendoza and Bryan Seaton
Artist Name(s): Winston Young
Cover A – Marco Maccagni Main Cover (unlimited)
Cover B – Marco Maccagni Risqué variant (limited to 2500)
Cover C – Dan Mendoza variant (limited to 2000)
Cover D – Dan Mendoza risqué (limited to 2500)
Cover E – Winston Young variant (limited to 2000)
Cover F – Winston Young risqué (limited to 2500)
It’s do or die, kill or be killed, slice and dice, go all out, take no prisoners, $#!* hit the fan time for our girls. Can they handle it? Can you handle it?! This is the climax of our first major Danger Zone crossover. It’s gonna be messy!!

Features 3 covers by 3 different artists from the individual series, each with a risqué variant!

32 pgs./ M / FC                   $4.99


What people are saying about Danger Doll Squad:

“…it’s a super fun read for those who aren’t faint of heart and have a slightly darker humor ” (Shoot the Breeze Comics)

“It’s over-the-top and completely bonkers, but it’s constantly fun.” (Horror Talk)

“For readers who may be new to any one, or all, individual titles these lethal ladies come from, the delivery in this issue make it a perfect jumping-on point to all three.”
(Pop Culture HQ)

Writer(s): Jason Sterr
Artist Name(s): Daniel Mainé
Cover Artist(s): Simon Fraser

Marcus Greenberg has a very particular set of skills. As a former Navy S.E.A.L., he does the dirty work of our nation’s superheroes, keeping his clients out of the papers and off of death row.  With the help of his assistant Russell, a reformed shape-shifting supervillain, Greenberg is the go-to guy for making super-sins disappear.  He is: The Consultant.

32 pgs./ M / FC                   $3.99


Writer(s): Dave Dwonch
Artist Name(s): Arturo Mesa (Pencils), Geraldo Filho (Colors)
Cover Artist(s): Arturo Mesa (Pencils), Geraldo Filho (Colors)

Just as Anthony begins to find his place as a secret agent in the Infinite Seven, his world comes crashing down upon him as the truth behind his parents’ identities is brought to light, setting him on a path of revenge that may very well claim his soul. Secrets are revealed and alliances are broken in this action-packed volume that collects issues #5-8 of the ongoing monthly series.

Fans of James Bond, GI Joe and 80s action films will LOVE Infinite Seven!

128 pgs./ T+ / FC                   $14.99 


What people are saying about Infinite Seven:

“This comic is so much fun to read. It has everything a fan of action and suspense could want and it’s wrapped up in an uber stylish package. You can’t go wrong with Infinite Seven at this point.” (The Broken Infinite)

“It’s surprise gems like this one that make branching out and reading such a plethora of books from various companies worthwhile.” (Reading with a Flight Ring)

“If you’re a fan of 80s action films like Commando, Escape From New York, or its recent incarnation in The Expendables, then this is a comic for you.” (Graphic Policy)

Writer(s): Jeff Dyer and Mark McKeon
Artist Name(s): David Brame (Pencils), Joaquin Pereyra (Colors)
Cover Artist(s): David Brame

“In the Grip of Malady”
Health care for super villains is proving to be the deadliest form of medical practice. Ethan Sharp and his team of blackmailed doctors face the wrath of Malady as allegiances are tested and secrets are revealed.

96 pgs./ T+ / FC                   $11.99


What people are saying about MediSin:

I highly recommend this book to anybody that is looking for a different type of superhero/super villain story.” (AiPT!)

“…MediSIN’s mix of human drama and unapologetically realistic superhero combat makes for a thoroughly enjoyable read.” (Big Comic Page)

“…for those who love dark, gritty, violent deconstructionist superhero stories this might be your new favorite comic.” (Outright Geekery)

Writer(s): Shawn Gabborin
Artist Name(s): Daniel J. Logan (pencils/inks), Yann Perrelet (colors)
Cover A – Daniel J. Logan (pencils/inks), Yann Perrelet (colors)
Cover B – Hand Painted Cover (limited to 1500 copies): Kelly Williams (pencils/inks/colors)
Cover C – Kill Cover (limited to 1500 copies): Andrew Mangum (pencils/inks), Gene Jimenez (colors)
Cover D – Photo Cover (limited to 1500 copies)

It’s puppet-on-puppet violence as the cult favorite Puppet Master puppets battle Anapa and his evil horde! As the battle rages, Anthony learns the truth about his destiny… and everything begins to change!

Variant covers limited to 1,500 copies each.

32 pgs./ T+ / FC                   $3.99


What people are saying about Puppet Master:

“Well if this is indeed a swan song then we’re seeing the right creative team pulling out all the stops to make it worthwhile!” (Reading with a Flight Ring)

“It’s bittersweet to see all of this start to come to a close, but at the same time, it’s absolutely amazing to see a Puppet Master comic series take on a life like this in the first place. If the previous issues are any indication, we’re in store for a surprising, imaginative and heartfelt final chapter.” (Wicked Horror)

“Shawn Gaborin writes a masterful story in this new and final arc in this Action Lab saga of The Puppet Master Curtain Call Issue 1 you don’t want to miss this, trust me.”
(Outright Geekery)