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Preview: Student Ambassador: The Missing Dragon

Student Ambassador: The Missing Dragon

WRITER: Ryan Estrada 
Axur Eneas
TRIM: 6″ × 9″
AGE RANGE: Middle Grade (8-12)
GENRE: Action / Mystery
SRP: $15
FORMAT: Trade Paperback
PUB DATE: September 22, 20200

When eight-year-old student ambassador Joseph Bazan wins a photo op with the President of the United States, he doesn’t quite know what to expect, but it certainly isn’t hanging out with the leader of the free world in a secret compartment inside the resolute desk! Joseph’s pluck and kid logic not only charm the president, but they soon help resolve a thorny trade dispute. This gives POTUS an idea. Across the ocean, eight-year-old boy king Nang Nukatau III has taken his father’s crown and clumsily stumbled into an international incident, and now Joseph’s got a pressing mission: talk the tiny dictator back from the brink of war!

The diplomatic slumber party soon goes from awkward to scary as the castle is stormed and the boys are lost across South Korea and Japan where they have to outrun bad guys, learn to read Hangul, unravel the riddle of Gyeongbok Palace, break out of an abandoned bathhouse, befriend an army of snow monkeys, and crack the Case of the Missing Dragon, all while showing Nang how to live in a world where everyone doesn’t always bow to you. Can a kid with a C+ in social studies solve the mystery and teach a king to be a kid?

Student Ambassador is a globe-trotting action-adventure set in the real world where dangers mount, the stakes are high, and smarts save the day!

Student Ambassador: The Missing Dragon

Preview: Sleigher: The Heavy Metal Santa Claus TPB


Writer(s): Rob Harrington
Artist Name(s): Axur Eneas (Art), Alessandro Alessi (Colors), Chas! Pangburn (Letters)
Cover Artist(s): Axur Eneas
128 pgs./ M / FC

This is Spinal Tap meets a Rankin/Bass Christmas special!

The ultimate holiday tale for metalheads! Sleigher is the most recent heir of the “Santa Claus” mantle… even if it’s not really his bag. He’d rather slam back bourbon than glasses of milk, and blast metal instead of carols. But when a long forgotten member of Santa’s rogues gallery rears his ugly head to reap chaos and destruction, Sleigher may have found his true calling—dishing out a holiday ass whoopin!!!

Collects issues #1-4 of the high-octane holiday series!


Preview: Infinite Seven #4


Writer(s): Dave Dwonch
Artist Name(s): Arturo Mesa (Pencils), Geraldo Filho (Colors)
Cover Artist(s): Arturo Mesa (Covers A, B, D), Axur Eneas (Cover C)
32 pgs./ T+ / FC
$3.99 (reg.), $4.99 (var.)

Lines have been drawn and war between the Infinite Seven and Chimera has been declared. The first arc in the hit series comes to an end, but one question remains: Who will draw FIRST BLOOD? This issue is chock full of revelations, and a shock ending that will leave readers reeling!

NOTE: Cover D, in addition to the variants from 1-3, completes the MASSIVE Infinite Seven Poster!

Preview: Sleigher #4


Writer(s): Rob Harrington
Artist Name(s): Axur Eneas (Art), Alessandro Alessi (Colors), Chas! Pangburn (Letters)
Cover Artist(s): Axur Eneas
32 pgs./ M / FC

THE FINALE! As Christmas Day dawns, Sleigher must use his newfound yuletide powers to stop a troll witch from devouring the souls of the world’s innocent children. Countless lives and (far more importantly) the glory of heavy metal itself, hang in the balance. Tune in to find out who’ll be crowned the new X-mas idol!


Preview: Sleigher #3


Name(s): Axur Eneas (Art), Alessandro Alessi (Colors), Chas! Pangburn (Letters)
Cover Artist(s): Axur Eneas
32 pgs./ M / FC

It’s Christmas Eve! Time for Sleigher to cruise around the world and sling some presents, but wait– the evil troll wizard, Leppaluoi, has trapped our main man inside the pocket dimension hidden within Santa’s sack. Ain’t that a buzzkill?! Who’s going to slow down Leppaluoi and his family before they devour the souls of all the world’s children and turn Sleigher into just another run-down, mythical metalhead?


Preview: Ghoul Scouts: Night of the Unliving Undead #4


Writer(s): Steve Bryant
Artist Name(s): Mark Stegbauer, Jason Millet
Cover Artist(s): Mark Stegbauer (COVER A), Brent Schoonover (COVER B), Axur Eneas (COVER C)
32 pgs./ E / FC
$3.99 (reg.), $4.99 (var.)

Showdown at the Eastside Horror House! The Scouts battle their way to the epicenter of the zombie outbreak, but can they stop it before the town is lost forever? The fate of Full Moon Hollow rests in their hands.


Preview: Sleigher: The Heavy Metal Santa Claus #1


Writer(s):Rob Harrington & Adam Horrigan
Artist Name(s): Axur Eneas (Art), Alessandro Alessi (Colors), Chas! Pangburn (Letters)
Cover Artist(s): Axur Eneas (Regular), Tony Fleecs (Variant)
32 pages/ Rated M / FC
$3.99 (reg)/ $4.99(var)

Sleigher is the most recent (and reluctant) heir of the centuries old lineage to bear the title of
“Santa Claus.”He’d rather slam back bourbon than glasses of milk, and blast metal instead of
carols. But when evil rears its head before he’s delivered a single present, maybe he’s found his true calling — dishing out a holiday ass whoopin’!!!

Christmas in July…headbanger style – featuring a limited edition variant cover by Tony Fleecs (My Little Pony)

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Preview: Bigfoot: Sword of the Earthman #5


Writer(s): Josh S. Henaman
Artist Name(s): Andy Taylor and Tamra Bonvillain
Cover Artist(s): Andy Taylor and Tamra Bonvillain
Variant Cover Artist: Axur Eneas
32 pgs. / Rated. T / FC
$3.99 (reg.)/ $4.99 (var)

Having successfully evaded giant desert fire ants, blood-sucking moth-vampires and murderous Turonian Jungle poachers, Bigfoot and Bagworm find themselves bloodied, beaten and at the feet of the Great Lord Jeoffa and the murderous Korovan Muspin, the Red Demon of the Desert! Variant cover by Axur Eneas!

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Review: The Adventure of Aero-Girl TPB

The Adventures of AeroAEROGIRL_TPB-Girl is a fun comic about a teenager and her side-kick gorilla fighting crime in the industrial city of Fox Bay. Young Jackie (A.K.A) Aero-Girl ends up taking on the big responsibility of protecting her city much earlier than expected.  She’s motived, driven and ready to do it, however, her loved ones are worried for her safety.  They believe it’s too soon for her to have such duties at 14 years old.  Will Aero-Girl be ready to stand against Dr. Chimera and his evil army of animen, The Recycler, and The Junkbots?

The writing of Aero-Girl by Dewayne Feenstra is great.  What I enjoyed most was that there isn’t a lof of narrative caption bubbles so we learn a lot about the characters and places in this graphic novel simply through the dialogue and art alone.  There’s a good balance of humour and seriousness in the storyline.  It’s very coming of age and acknowledging of the fact that the protagonist is more than just a girl, she’s an up and coming hero too.  What’s more, it’s great to see more and more comics these days with a strong female lead.  

There’s something special about the artwork in Aero-Girl.  It’s cosmic, colourful and charismatic.  It just makes the storyline more enjoyable.  There’s nothing better than a graphic novel with a great storyline and amazing art, right? 

My favourite thing about Aero-Girl is all of the characters.  They’re all so different with distinct personalities and storylines of their own.  It’s easy to become attached to many of them, even the villains.  Moreover, a lot of the characters are linked in some form or way which makes reading Aero-Girl more entertaining.  You can’t help but want to find links between them.

On the whole, there’s something important about this graphic novel.  The plot is great but it seems to bring up important issues well without making it too intense.  Like the importance of family and finding oneself.  I think everyone of any age should read this comic.

Story: DeWayne Feenstra Art: Axur Eneas (Art and Cover), Juan Paul Reibeling (cover)
Story: 8 Art: 8.5 Overall: 8 Recommendation: Buy

Action Lab Entertainment provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

Preview: The Adventures of Aero-Girl TPB


Writer(s): DeWayne Feenstra
Artist Name(s): Axur Eneas
Cover Artist(s): Axur Eneas & Juan Paul Reibeling
128 pgs./ All Ages / FC
$14.99 (reg.)

As the daughter and the sidekick to Battle Jack, Jacqueline Mackenzie’s life couldn’t be any better, but tragedy is just around the corner… Will she be ready to protect Foxbay from the likes of Dr. Chimera and his army of AniMen or the Recycler and the junkbots? Will her new super gorilla sidekick be more than she can handle? Will Aero-Girl still be the hero she (and her family) always dreamed she would be?

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