Powers In Action Vol 1: The Perfect Saturday Morning Cartoon For Your Kids To Read!

Eisner Winner Art Baltazar’s POWERS IN ACTION VOLUME 1: The Perfect Saturday Morning Cartoon For Your Kids To Read! Part of Action Lab: Discover, Action Lab Entertainment‘s new early readers’ imprint, POWERS IN ACTION is the perfect Saturday morning cartoon for your kids to read! This initial story arc introduces you to the next dimension of Eisner Winner Art Baltazar‘s AW YEAH UNIVERSE. Lynx and his sister Ocelot join the super team, Hero Squadron, which also includes the super heroic likes of Suplex, Eclipse, Enormus and their leader Moon! Travel…

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Kickstart the Week(end) with Lifted: Of Gods and Thieves

  By: Nicole D’Andria Today we have thieves-for-hire, led by a teleporting thief who unwittingly will pay a role in a confrontation between the gods! Join me as I talk with creator Shawn Pryor about this journey, which was years in the making. The story of Lifted: Of Gods and Thieves centers on Sara Jackson, the leader of art and antiquities thieves-for-hire, and the rest of her crew. She steals alongside her adoptive brother Max Jackson, who regrets introducing her to the family business, and high-tech handler Claudette St. Pierre.…

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Kickstart the Week(end) with Sad Girl Psycho Baby

By: Nicole D’Andria This week we’re talking with Zombie Tramp and DollFace creator Dan Mendoza about his amazingly successful Kickstarter campaign for his newest series, Sad Girl Psycho Baby. This comic book stars Sad Girl, whose abilities include making the people around her become suicidal. The post-apocalyptic world of Sad Girl Psycho Baby is filled with gangs, low riders, and Spanglish. Sad Girl was born out of a sadness so large it makes everyone around her kill themselves, with the exception of her little brother and grandmother, who were taken…

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Kickstart the Week(end) with Spores: Prom of the Dead

By: Nicole D’Andria A coming of age story. With zombies! Spores: Prom of the Dead is Mean Girls meets The Walking Dead. I spoke with creator/writer Dave Dwonch and artist Santiago Guillen about their plans for surviving prom night and more. Spores: Prom of the Dead is the first volume of a planned trilogy. It collects the first three issues of the series and includes bonus material. Follow students of the fictional private school Pineview Academy in New York. As they’re getting ready to party at prom, spores spread infection…

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Ghost City Comics Competition Interview: Submissions are open!

By: Nicole D’Andria This year marks the first ever Ghost City Comics Competition! This contest was made in the hopes of providing indie comic creators with a new outlet to show their work to the world, have it read and reviewed by industry professionals and receive prizes.

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Kickstart the Week with Athena Voltaire: The Ongoing Series

By: Nicole D’Andria As a member of Action Lab Entertainment, I’ve been helping with their latest Kickstarter for the Eisner-nominated Athena Voltaire. The story follows the globetrotting pulp heroine Athena Voltaire’s adventures. Writer Steve Bryant and Action Lab Entertainment are making a new ongoing series starring the titular heroine. I spoke with Steve about what we can look forward to from the new series. Athena Voltaire was originally a webcomic; it was nominated for a Best Digital Comic Eisner in 2005. The story would continue in the Athena Voltaire Compendium…

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Kickstart the Week(end) with Dollface

By: Nicole D’Andria The Kickstarter that blew up and has raised more than $20,000, Dollface is from the mind of Zombie Tramp creator Dan Mendoza. The new ongoing series is definitely not for kids and it will be published by Action Lab Entertainment’s mature titles imprint Action Lab: Danger Zone. Dollface is an ongoing series about Lila, a witch’s virgin sacrifice from 17th century Salem, MA who lands in present time and is turned into a life-sized, ball-jointed, 3D printed, sex bot. Along with her cute sidekick Ivan, Lila must…

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Kickstart the Week: Molly Danger Book Two

By: Nicole D’Andria Today we’re kickstarting the week with Molly Danger Book Two. The immortal ten-year-old returns in another volume full of danger! Learn details about the Kickstarter project and hear from writer and artist Jamal Igle (Supergirl, Terminator, Firestorm) about his creator-owned comic right here on Comic Frontline. It has been nine months since the events of Molly Danger Book One in which an immortal ten-year-old girl protects Coopersville, NY. The titular pre-teen in question keeps breaking the rules of the Danger Action Response Team (D.A.R.T.) organization and questions…

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Kickstart the Week: The F1rst Hero Volume 2

By: Nicole D’Andria On this Monday’s “Kickstart the Week” I’m showcasing the Kickstarter for the comic book series The F1rst Hero: Fight for Your Life. This is a follow-up series to the Action Lab Entertainment mini-series, The F1rst Hero: The Monster. The F1rst Hero: Fight for You Life will be written by Anthony Ruttgaizer and illustrated by Danny Zabbal. The letters and coloring are being done by Fred C. Stresing. The mini-series is about Jake Roth, the sole superhuman in the world who has not gone insane from his powers.…

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The Comic Monster’s Haul For 12/03/14

The Comic Monster’s Haul For 12/03/14 The Comic Monster is back  with another Monster Haul video! I have comics that I picked up from the comic book store and all over including releases from Action Labs, Actuality Press, Advent Comics, Antarctic Press, DC, Dynamite, Marvel, Sunday Knight Comics, Story Studios, and Titan Comics. Yes, it’s a MONSTER HAUL!!!! Let us know in the comments here and on Comic Frontline what you think of The Comic Monster’s Haul For 12/03/14  and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter for the latest Previews, Reviews, News and Interviews

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Meet Your Favorite Action Lab Creators At NYCC 2014

ACTION LAB ENTERTAINMENT’S NYCC 2014 GUEST LIST Meet your favorite creators at this years New York Comic Con! New York Comic Con has become a massive presence on the East Coast convention scene and once again, Action Lab Entertainment is proud to be center ring at Booth 3044. With an impressive roster of Action Lab creators attending and soon to be announced show specials, we’ll be a bevy of buzzing activity. Action Lab Creators Scheduled To Attendance Include: Making their only U.S. appearances, Sean Isaakse (artist of the upcoming Action…

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Fight Like a Girl #1 Advanced Review: Not the Next Hit But…

By: Nicole D’Andria A slow build-up leads to a sub-par pay-off in this debut issue. Fight Like a Girl does a lot of things right but feels very paint by numbers at time. By fighting through nine trials put down by nine gods, a champion can make any wish they want on the wishing well and their wish will come true. Amarosa, a young girl, is fighting to cure her sickly brother. He will die if she fails the trials – and so will Amarosa! Writer David Pinckney took up…

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Action Lab Preview: Itty Bitty Bunnies In Rainbow Pixie Candyland: Save X-Mas

Itty Bitty Bunnies creator and cartoonist extraordinaire Dean Rankine lives down under, where Christmas is celebrated in the summer, so it makes perfect sense for his depraved creations to go on a holiday adventure now stateside. It also makes sense to the Bunnies to cook up a big batch of meth to help fund their Yuletide activities! Also available in a “Tickle Me Tyrone Gift” variant cover, limited to 1500 copies! ITTY BITTY BUNNIES IN RAINBOW PIXIE CANDYLAND: SAVE X-MAS  Writen By: DEAN RANKINE Art By: DEAN RANKINE Cover Art…

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The Countdown Showdown Week 9

Every week Kat does her weekly countdown Comic Uno on Comic Frontline and Mike Spider-Slayer does The Countdown on his channel. They read many of the same books and are often on opposites sides of the spectrum with their opinions on them. So now you can find out what both of them think in one spot, the COUNTDOWN SHOWDOWN! Let us know in the comments here and on Comic Frontline and Comic Book Corner 2.0 what you think of this Countdown Showdown and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter for the latest Previews, Reviews, News and Interviews!

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Jay’s Mini Reviews

Jay Comic Book Theater is on a hiatus (everyone needs to regroup and refresh) this week so there wont be any individual reviews from him, well fret not! Jay (through the power of Social Media) has been giving Mini Reviews all week! Well we gathered those reviews and posted them here so you can see what he thought about the books he read this week! Green Lantern Corp #34 Well they did it they ruined another #GreenLantern character. Fatality had a great arc from the very beginning hating the GLC to her overcoming that and becoming a Star Sapphire to her…

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