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Preview: Ghoul Scouts Volume 2: I Was a Tweenage Werewolf

GHOUL SCOUTS VOLUME 2: I WAS A TWEENAGE WEREWOLF

Writer(s): Steve Bryant
Artist Name(s): Mark Stegbauer, Jason Millet
Cover Artist(s): Mark Stegbauer and Jason Millet
128 pgs./ E / FC
$14.99

A new menace stalks Full Moon Hollow, the Paranormal Capital of the World! Once again, it’s up to the Ghoul Scouts to solve the mystery behind the werewolf sightings plaguing Camp Lake Crystal. Be prepared. Be very prepared.

Preview: Ghoul Scouts Volume 2: I Was a Tweenage Werewolf #4

GHOUL SCOUTS VOLUME 2: I WAS A TWEENAGE WEREWOLF #4

Writer(s): Steve Bryant
Artist Name(s): Mark Stegbauer, Jason Millet
Cover Artist(s): Mark Stegbauer & Jason Millet
32 pgs./ E / FC
$3.99

The exciting finale to I WAS A TWEENAGE WEREWOLF! The identity of the werewolf is revealed, but can the scouts defeat it? Also, more details on the mystery surrounding the town of Full Moon Hollow!

Preview: Ghoul Scouts Volume 2: I Was a Tweenage Werewolf #3

GHOUL SCOUTS VOLUME 2: I WAS A TWEENAGE WEREWOLF #3

Writer(s): Steve Bryant
Artist Name(s): Mark Stegbauer, Jason Millet
Cover Artist(s): Mark Stegbauer & Jason Millet
32 pgs./ E / FC
$3.99

The Ghoul Scouts formulate a risky plan to corral the werewolf, but there’s a new threat on the horizon!

Ghoul Scouts Volume 2: A Coming-of-Age Story for Goonies and Monster Squad Fans

Return to the town of Full Moon Hollow, the “Paranormal Capital of the World,” and re-join the ragtag team of monster hunting scouts as they take on the latest threat: a werewolf! Ghouls Scouts hearkens back to movies like The Goonies and Monster Squad.

The creative team from the first volume is back. Eisner, Manning, and Harvey Award-nominee Steve Bryant writes this latest Ghoul Scouts adventure, along with artist/co-creator Mark Stegbauer, color team Jason Millet and Drew Browne, and editor Chris Murrin.

Ghoul Scouts Volume 2 will be available on July 4, 2018. Pre-order it with the Diamond item code MAY181249.

Preview: Ghoul Scouts Volume 2: I Was a Tweenage Werewolf #2

GHOUL SCOUTS VOLUME 2: I WAS A TWEENAGE WEREWOLF #2

Writer(s): Steve Bryant
Artist Name(s): Mark Stegbauer & Jason Millet
Cover Artist(s): Mark Stegbauer & Jason Millet
32 pgs./ E / FC
$3.99

While the scouts scramble to determine the identity of the werewolf, the sightings (and attacks!) continue!

Preview: Athena Voltaire and the Sorcerer Pope #2

ATHENA VOLTAIRE AND THE SORCERER POPE #2

Writer(s): Steve Bryant
Artist Name(s): Ismael Canales (art), Emily Elmer (colors)
Cover Artist(s): Steve Bryant & Jason Millet
32 pgs./ T / FC
$3.99

The hunt for the mysterious bronze head continues! Clues lead Athena and company to a deep sea dive off the coast of Italy—but the Nazi occultists are hot on their trail!

Preview: Ghoul Scouts Volume 2: I Was a Teenage Werewolf #1

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

A new menace stalks Full Moon Hollow (Paranormal Capital of the World), and that means it’s up to the Ghoul Scouts to save the day! Check out the comic that Mark Waid calls “Smart and sharp and military-grade enjoyable!”

Athena Voltaire gets back to her roots with Athena Voltaire Pulp Tales

1930s adventuress Athena Voltaire is admittedly inspired by Doc Savage, the Shadow, and other giants of the pulp era, and now she’s starring in her own collection of pulp-style stories. This November, Action Lab Entertainment unleashes Athena Voltaire Pulp Tales—a collection of two-fisted stories that send the aviatrix across the globe and back again!

Contributors to this volume include Tom King, Corinna Bechko & Gabriel Hardman, Genevieve Pearson, Dirk Manning, and over a dozen more. They take Athena Voltaire around the globe, battling supernatural creatures, power-hungry occultists, and, of course, Nazis. Along the way she rubs elbows with the most famous figures of the 1930s and becomes part of some of the most pivotal moments in history.

In addition to penning one of the stories, Steve Bryant illustrates the entire volume, providing seventeen stunning black and white images, as well as collaborating on the cover with digital painter Jason Millet.

Athena Voltaire launched as part of the Modern Tales family of webcomics in 2002 and was nominated for a Best Digital Comic Eisner Award in 2005. The feature was included in St. Martin’s The Year’s Best Graphic Novels, Comics and Manga (2004 edition), and it has subsequently garnered Manning and Harvey Award nominations as well.

Athena Voltaire Pulp Tales is a 320-page illustrated prose collection, joining the 96-page trade paperback Athena Voltaire and the Volcano Goddess and the 224-page hardcover Athena Voltaire Compendium in the Action Lab library. This will be followed by the ongoing Athena Voltaire comic series, which kicks off in early 2018 with Athena Voltaire and the Sorcerer Pope. With its period setting, rapid-fire action, and strong female lead, the series is sure to appeal to fans of Indiana Jones, the Rocketeer, and Wonder Woman.

Athena Voltaire Pulp Tales will be available on November 29.

Jem and the Holograms Gets a Music Video Based on the Comics

Jem and the Holograms gets a “Comic Book Musice Video” courtesy of IDW Publishing based on their Jem and the Holograms comic books. The video features art by Sophie Campbell, M. Victoria Robado, W. Scott Forbes, M.J. Barros, Jen Bartel, Stacey Lee, Jenn St-Onge, Gisèle Lagacé, and Jason Millet with stories written by Kelly Thompson. The Jem and the Holograms theme song music is written by Robert J. Walsh (BMI), Ford Kinder (ASCAP), Anne Bryant (BMI), with lead vocals by Kirsten Gundel. Music, mixing, and backing vocals by Mike Scudieri Recording and engineering by Alex Zander. “Jem Fan” portrayed by Katie Courtney, cinematography by Jack Rivera, and directed by Steven Scott. The animation was provided by MoreFrames Animation.

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

ghoul_scouts_4-digital-1Showdown 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.

This Scooby Doo-esque version of the walking dead ends leaving with questions left unanswered. One of those questions seems to be a large part of the story. Ghoul Scouts: Night of the Unliving Undead #4 does leave us with a slight preview of the series continuing in some way.  I’m extremely curious to see how the kids deal with what happens next as they try to answer those lingering questions.

I will admit the manor manages to be a stand out sight in this issue. With it looking more moss and vine then actual building it manages to amp the creep factor in superb manner. Even with that there’s another much more subtle surprise that lays in the greenhouse. I won’t spoil it but fans of certain mid 80’s horror movie may notice it and it should put a smile on your face.

Story: Steve Bryant Art: Mark Stegbauer and Jason Millet
Story: 8.0 Art: 8.0  Overall: 8.0 Recommendation: Buy

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

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