All-Ages Monster Hunters Return in GHOUL SCOUTS: I WAS A TWEENAGE WEREWOLF!

All-Ages Monster Hunters Return in
GHOUL SCOUTS: I WAS A TWEENAGE WEREWOLF!
GHOUL SCOUTS VOLUME 2: I WAS A TWEENAGE WEREWOLF #1
Writer(s): Steve Bryant
Artist Name(s): Mark Stegbauer, Jason Millet
Cover Artist(s): Mark Stegbauer, Jason Millet

32 pgs./ E / FC
$3.99
2016 introduced comic fans to the all-ages adventures of Action Lab’s GHOUL SCOUTS. The fan-favorite series pitted the misfit scouts against a zombie outbreak in their hometown of Full Moon Hollow. The kids return in March 2018 as a new menace threatens them in I WAS A TWEENAGE WEREWOLF!!
“In the first series, it was all about bringing the kids together to save the town,” said writer/co-creator Steve Bryant. “In series two, about three months have passed since we last saw the team. They’ve been training together since then, and have bonded in the process. It’s a slightly different dynamic, and a ton of fun.”
GHOUL SCOUTS, a coming of age adventure in the spirit of The Goonies or Monster Squad, follows five middle-school scouts who live in the self-proclaimed “Paranormal Capital of the World” as they uncover the secrets of their hometown.
Mark Waid describes the series as, “smart and sharp and military-grade enjoyable.” And John (Dork Tower) Kovalic says “Ghoul Scouts is a frighteningly fun book!” Carl Boehm of Comic Bastards called GHOUL SCOUTS “something fun and wonderful that readers of any age will enjoy.” Graphic Policy’s Shae Revolver enjoyed the “good characters, a compelling and eerie story and some well-placed jump scares.”
The entire creative team returns as Bryant is reunited with artist/co-creator Mark Stegbauer, color team Jason Millet and Drew Browne, and editor Chris Murrin. “The whole team has leveled up since our first series, and I can’t wait to share it with readers!” enthused Bryant.

The first issue of this four part volume will be available on March 7th, 2018.

What people are saying about Ghoul Scouts:

“I love everything about this book from the great title and awesome covers to the fun story and quick pacing.” (Comic Crusaders)

“What made this comic such a joy to read, aside from its characters and storyline, is that everything flowed so nicely together.” (A Place to Hang Your Cape)

“This is a great way for kids to know that problems happen to everyone and that it’s not about the problem, it’s about how you deal with it. It’s important to point out that this segment of the comic book isn’t preachy; it’s done in a campfire setting that kids will easily relate to.” (Daddy Mojo)