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Action Lab Entertainment Comic Book Releases For April 6, 2016
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Action Lab releases

Below you’ll find the solicitations information and cover artwork for all of Action Lab Entertainment comic book titles that were released on April 6, 2016.

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Comic Review: Ehmm Theory #3
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Ehmm Theory #3Ehmm Theory #3
Written by Brockton McKinney
Illustrated by Larkin Ford
Colors by Jason Strutz
Cover by Larkin Ford
Action Lab Comics
Release Date: October 2, 2013
Cover Price: $2.99

Ehmm Theory focuses on Gabriel Ehmm, a young man who believes he was killed by his girlfriend and sent back to earth by Saint Peter to find out what’s causing dead people to rise as dwarf zombies. Accompanied by his talking cat Whispers and Alyona, an older woman who knew his biological parents, they are on the search for his father. Saint Peter told him he was the key to the mystery. But not everything, and everyone, are who they claim to be.

This is an unusual comic. Third in a four part series, there are many aspects to the plot. Missing parents, multiple dimensions, monsters, superhero teams that may or may not be bad, jilted love and at the center a character who frankly isn’t that smart. And that aspect is what makes the comic a bit hard to get into. He doesn’t ever question anything. It would be buyable if it was once in a while, but given everything that happens to him that would be out of the norm for any person, it’s weird that he just goes with it.

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Comic Review: Ehmm Theory #2
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Ehmm Theory #2Ehmm Theory #2
Written by Brockton McKinney
Illustrated by Larkin Ford
Colored by Jason Strutz
Cover by Larkin Ford
Action Lab Comics
Release Date: July 17, 2013
Cover Price: $3.99

Gabriel Ehmm is back and he’s as confused as ever. Ehmm Theory #2 is a revelatory yet unresolved entry into the miniseries from Action Lab. Writer Brockton McKinney, illustrator Larkin Ford, and colorist Jason Strutz place flashback upon flashback in an action-packed maelstrom of wonder and violence.

The recently deceased and revived Gabriel Ehmm, along with his whimsical talking cat, Mr. Whispers, along with the mysterious, old, Russian woman, Alyona, travel in pursuit of Gabriel’s father. Alyona reveals how she and her sister knew Gabriel’s father, Aaron, and the dangerous research that the three were involved in. Attacked by a giant, robotic crab and rescued by a group of super-powered beings known as the Guardians of Dimensional Defense (G.O.D.D.), Gabriel must come to terms with his new reality and figure out who to trust in his abnormal afterlife. Meanwhile, it would seem that some higher forces are concocting devious plans for Gabriel.

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Comic Review: The Order of Dagonet #1
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Order of Dagonet #1 coverThe Order of Dagonet #1
Written by Jeremy Whitley
Art by Jason Strutz
Action Lab Comics
Release Date: September 26, 2012
Cover Price: $4.99

Great Britain often knights its world-renowned celebrities. This fraternity of superstars includes names such as Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Ian McKellen, and Sir Elton John. Nowadays, knighthood is merely considered a great honor. It’s not as if the recipients are actually real, armor-clad knights who are duty-bound to protect the throne in times of great peril. Or are they? The Order of Dagonet presents an event of such calamitous absurdity that Britain is forced to rely on its knighted celebrities to fight back an invasion.

In this series, the Order of Dagonet is Britain’s league of celebrity knights, although official knights consider the Order something of a joke. When a construction crew clears a forest to make way for a David Beckham monument, they unwittingly remove an old tree that locked in the Creatures of Fairie. This horde of English literary characters unleashes havoc across the United Kingdom and invades Parliament. Merlin himself sends out a desperate “Help me Obi-Wan,” dream call to three Order of Dagonet members who are located in the United States at the time of the invasion. These characters are not so loosely based on Ozzy Osbourne, Sir Ian McKellen, and J.K. Rowling. The motley crew heeds Merlin’s cry for help and separately make their way back to protect the motherland.

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