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NYCC15: Action Lab Entertainment Announces NYCC 2015 Exclusives

  


Action Lab Entertainment has grown immensely in it's five short years. Starting with a single title, the critically acclaimed miniseries FRACTURE, Action Lab has become one of the top independent publishers in American comics. On the eve of it's fifth anniversary, Action Lab and Action Lab: Danger Zone return to New York Comic Con with a bevy of creators and exclusives. 


ACTION LAB: DOG OF WONDER
Written by Vito Delsante (STRAY, ACTIONVERSE #0) and Scott Fogg
Art by Ted Brant and Rosy Higgins (PRINCELESS) with a cover by Marcus Williams(HEROCATS OF STELLAR CITY)



SOFTS SPOTS #1
Story and Art by M. Alice Legrow


AWAKE #1
Written by Susan Beneville
Art by Brian Hess



I, MAGE #0

Written by Gary Turner
Art by Carlos L. Gomez and Teodoro Gonzalez



PRINCELESS: RAVEN, THE PIRATE PRINCESS #1

Written by Jeremy Whitley
Art by Ted Brant and Rosy Higgins



ZOMBIE TRAMP #15

Written by Jason Martin and Dan Mendoza
Art by TROM with an exclusive cover by Dan Mendoza

In addition, the following Action lab creators will be in attendance:

  • Brian Hess (AWAKE)
  • Kyle Puttkammer and Marcus Williams (HERO CATS OF STELLAR CITY)
  • Vito Delsante (STRAY, ACTION LAB: DOG OF WONDER, and ACTIONVERSE #0)
  • Anthony Ruttgaizer (THE F1RST HERO)
  • Jamal Igle (MOLLY DANGER and ACTIONVERSE #0)
  • Gary Turner (I, MAGE)
  • Rosy Higgins and Ted Brandt (ACTION LAB: DOG OF WONDER and PRINCELESS: RAVEN, THE PIRATE PRINCESS)
These talented folks will be on hand to sign all weekend at BOOTH 3044 on the main show floor.
It all culminates on Saturday, October 10th at their Action Lab: Five Years and BEYOND! panel at 3pm in room Room 1A05:
On the eve of their fifth anniversary, Action Lab shows no signs of stopping! Join Jamal Igle (Molly Danger), Vito Delsante (Stray), Shawn Pryor (Cash and Carrie), Brian Hess (Awake), Enrica Jang (The 27 Club), Kyle Puttkammer (Hero Cats) and Action Lab Entertainment CEO, Bryan Seaton, as they talk about all the things "the Lab" has planned for 2016 including more Full Moon Productions titles, more all-ages books and the debut of the Actionverse! There may be a few surprises, too!
New York Comic Con is another killer event by ReedPOP. ReedPOP also runs the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2), Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) Prime, East, South and Australia, Star Wars Celebration, Special Edition: NYC, Oz Comic-Con, BookCon, Emerald City Comicon and Comic Con India.

The show takes place this weekend, October 8th - October 11th, 2015.

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