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ADVANCE PREVIEW: 'Black Betty' #1 by Shawn Gabborin, Michela Da Sacco, and Rosa “Rosakaz” Rantila

Black Betty is the latest lethal lady to join Action Lab's Danger Zone universe, joining the world of DollFace, Vampblade and Zombie Tramp. She is a monster hunter for hire with a mysterious past.


Black Betty is, essentially, a love letter to the women of my family," writer Shawn Gabborin comments. "She’s not your usual comic book (or even film) heroine. She’s built like a real woman and proudly rocks her tattoos and rockabilly style. She’s got her own look, a unique attitude, and owns every step she takes.”

BLACK BETTY #1 will be available at a comic book store near you on January 10, 2018. Preorder the book using the following Diamond item codes:

DIAMOND ITEM CODES
NOV171114 - BLACK BETTY #1 CVR A DA SACCO
NOV171115 - BLACK BETTY #1 CVR B BATTLE DAMAGED
NOV171116 - BLACK BETTY #1 CVR C MACCAGNI
NOV171117 - BLACK BETTY #1 CVR D TATTERED & TORN
NOV171118 - BLACK BETTY #1 CVR E MENDOZA
NOV171119 - BLACK BETTY #1 CVR F MENDOZA RISQUE

BLACK BETTY #1
Writer(s): Shawn Gabborin
Artist Name(s): Michela Da Sacco (artist), Rosa “Rosakaz” Rantila (colors)
Cover A – Michela Da Sacco Regular Cover (unlimited)
Cover B – Michela Da Sacco Battle Damaged (limited to 2500)
Cover C – Marco Maccagni Artist Variant (limited to 2000)
Cover D – Marco Maccagni Tattered & Torn (limited to 2500)
Cover E – Mendoza variant (limited to 2000)
Cover F – Mendoza risqué variant (limited to 2500)
32 pgs./ M / FC
$4.99 









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