BANJAX – Season 1 TPB collects the dark and decidedly wicked superhero noir from Ringo Award-winning creator/Hollywood screenwriter Rylend Grant!
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, November 13th from Action Lab Entertainment‘s Danger Zone imprint is the trade paperback for BANJAX Season One, a wholly original and delightfully twisted deconstruction of the superhero genre by Hollywood screenwriter/Ringo Award-winning Aberrant-scribe Rylend Grant!
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BANJAX Season One TPB
160 pgs./ M / FC
A disgraced, terminally ill former superhero launches a violent and misguided Death Wish-like campaign to purge the city of supervillains before he dies. His former protégé, currently the public’s point-and-wink superhero ideal, is tasked with bringing him in. The Rub? He isn’t remotely up to it.
What the cool kids are saying about Banjax:
“This is the most amazingly well done first issue of a series I have ever seen. Point blank. Period…
You cannot read this and come out if the same way you went into it… So effin’ good.”
(Steven Leitman, Reading with a Flight Ring)
“Banjax has all the action, violence, grit, and heart of a classic.”
(David Pepose, Creator of Spencer & Locke)
“Quality, engrossing material embedded with a cinematic feel. Gifted storytelling and
breathtaking artwork. Banjax will instantly have you screaming for more!”
(Jason Bennett, PopCultHQ)
“Banjax hits incredibly hard. Intense, thought-provoking, wildly entertaining.
It’s near perfect. For those looking for something unique, Issue #1 is a must-read.”
(Charlie Chipman, The Brazen Bull)
“Riveting. Refreshing. Heart-breaking. Ultra-violent. Honestly, a bit unsettling. The artwork of Fábio Alves is everything a dark and gritty comic should embody. Edson Ferreira’s color work adds an extra punch to really emotional panels. Don’t miss out on this bloody good time! A+”
(Andrew Huard, You Don’t Read Comics)
“Holy crap this is good. This book hits all the right notes. It’s marvelously done, such a compelling story. It’s the best comic I’ve read in a long time. Honestly? Bendis could take some notes here.”
Creator Rylend Grant describes Banjax as a dripping-with-character Paul Thomas Anderson-like addiction play, folded into a Tony Gilroy-penned action thriller, directed by Michael Mann… Now, tell us that doesn’t sound intriguing.