verb (Irish slang) | ban·jax | \ˈban-ˌjaks\
1. To ruin, incapacitate, break, beat to hell, or destroy.
2. A mess or undesirable situation made as a result of incompetence.
Coming to you this Wednesday, July 3rd from Action Lab Entertainment‘s Danger Zone imprint is the second issue of BANJAX, a dark and decidedly wicked superhero noir that pulls no punches, that suffers no fools, that repeatedly gets knocked down, but always gets back up again with a smile. It’s an utterly treacherous comic dance that has already been banned in three States AND Puerto Rico!
Here’s a look at the covers, storyline and preview pages for this week’s new release from Action Lab: Danger Zone on New Comic Book Day…
ACTION LAB: DANGER ZONE COMICS
IN STORES THIS WEEK
New Release for the week of July 3rd, 2019
32 pgs./ M / FC
CHAPTER 2: “Where’s Our Hero?”
When cancer-ridden former superhero Laird Mason launches a violent and misguided Death Wish-like campaign to purge the city of super-villains before he dies, his straight-laced protégé, Abel Raines, is tasked with bringing him in. The problem? Raines isn’t remotely up to the task. A story presented exclusively from the maniacally twisted point of view of a man who hasn’t slept in over seven days.
What people are saying about Banjax:
“This book instantly sucks you into an intriguing
drama of self-reflection of super-powered individuals.”
Publisher – Action Lab: Danger Zone