[Preview] Action Lab: Danger Zone’s 9/11 Release: BANJAX #4

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, September 11th from Action Lab Entertainment‘s Danger Zone imprint is the FINAL issue of the first story arc for 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!

RELATED: [Pre-Order Preview] BANJAX – Season 1 TPB from Ringo Award Nominee Rylend Grant

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…


New Release for the week of September 11th, 2019



Writer: Rylend Grant
Artist: Fábio Alves
Colorist: Edson Ferreira
Letterer: HdE

Cover Artists:
Fábio Alves (Artist)
Edson Ferreira (Colorist)

***Same artists for both the regular and variant covers.

32 pgs./ M / FC
SRP: $3.99

Chapter 4: ‘One Bold Move’

Despite losing everything he holds dear in the wake of Mason’s assault on the Gyrotech HQ, Raines still refuses to step up to his former mentor… so, a well-meaning Amanda does something truly demonic to force his hand.

The first story arc of Hollywood screenwriter/Aberrant-scribe Rylend Grant’s delightfully twisted deconstruction of the superhero genre comes to a rousing crescendo!

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What people are saying about Banjax:

“The strength of the writing and the interior artwork here
showcases why I am such a huge fan of all Action Lab titles.”
(Reading with a Flight Ring)

“This introspective look by each of the heroes in BANJAX
brings such a clever way of storytelling seldom seen in comics.”

“Grant, Alves and Ferreira have created a deeply intriguing series, one that’s well worth adding to your pull list if you’re interested in a unique take on a hero’s end of days, and the train wreck he’s causing as he goes out in a blaze of glory.”
(Graphic Policy)

RELATED: PopCultHQ’s Spoiler-Free Review of BANJAX #1

RELATED: PopCultHQ’s Spoiler-Free Review of BANJAX #2


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Publisher – Action Lab: Danger Zone