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Comic Review: Ghost Town, Volume 1
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Ghost Town, Volume 1
Created by Rob Ruddell and Dave Dwonch
Written by Dave Dwonch and Ryan K. Lindsay
Illustrated by Justin Greenwood and Daniel Logan
Colored by Brian Dyck
Lettered by Dave Dwonch
Covers by Justin Greenwood and Jordie Bellaire
Action Lab Entertainment
Release Date: May 6, 2014
Cover Price: $11.99

What happens when a time machine device becomes weaponized? In Action Lab’s Ghost Town, Volume One, this concept is tackled with full force. Destruction, mayhem, survival, and a whole lot of shocking moments await!

After a terrorist organization known as The American Reclamation Front steals a time travel device, the group uses the machine to place bombs days ahead in the future. When the president refuses to meet their demands, the bombs detonate in Las Vegas and Washington D.C., killing 1.5 million people and thrusting the United States into a post-apocalyptic landscape.

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Comic Review: EXO-1 and the Rock Solid Steelbots
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EXO1EXO-1 and the Rock Solid Steelbots
Written by Shawn Pryor and Adam Besenyodi
Art by Daniel Logan
Action Lab Comics
Release date: February 29, 2012

Transforming robots and super-powered humans are what you can expect to find in EXO-1 and the Rock Solid Steelbots. Though it doesn’t have the most original idea, this graphic novel has a unique perk. Action Lab released EX0-1 and the Rock Solid Steelbots as a limited release with only 500 signed and numbered copies. Signed and numbered anything demands my attention as a collector of all things geek. That being said, I only wish the content within the book was as strong as the limited collection aspects of EXO-1 and the Rock Solid Steelbots.

Almost every standard comic book staple makes an appearance in EXO-1 and the Rock Solid Steelbots. There are giant transforming robots, time warps, aliens, ordinary people infused with super powers, werewolves, ancient artifacts, and finally a ghost. It’s almost like the writing team behind this comic wanted to make 13 different comics but had to settle on throwing them all together into one.

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