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Preview Action Lab: Danger Zone’s New Release (1/18): Damon Clark’s ‘THE CIRCLE’ #2

               *shameless plug

This Wednesday, Action Lab Entertainment‘s Danger Zone imprint has the second issue of Damon Clark’s exciting occult horror thriller, THE CIRCLE.

The premiere issue SOLD OUT completely at Diamond Comic Distributors, to which writer Damon Clark commented, “When I first heard issue #1 sold out, I thought there was no way this could be true. What kind of joke is this, am I being Punked? Ashton? Seriously, thanks to anyone that bought the book and thanks to Action Lab for putting it out there. I hope you enjoyed #1, ’cause that was only the introduction, it only gets crazier from there.

The Circle revolves around a boy named Christian, a recent transplant to the sleepy coastal town of Shell Bay. What begins as playful shenanigans with “the weird kids” turns deadly dark as satanic spells unleash a darkness that can only be stopped by the ritualistic death of his “Circle” of friends.

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 January 18th, 2017

The Circle #2 – Cover B by Sami Makkonen
The Circle #2 – Cover A by Alyzia Zherno

The Circle #2

Writer: Damon Clark
Art: Alyzia Zherno
Cover A: Alyzia Zherno
Cover B: Sami Makkonen

Cover Price: $3.99 (Cover A), $4.99 (Cover B)

Christian has found his place with his new Circle of friends, but he soon finds out not everyone is what they seem. He will perform his first ritual and his first kill, and now he wants out!

Pre-Order ‘THE CIRCLE’ #2 Digitally @ comiXology

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What people are saying about Damon Clark’s ‘THE CIRCLE’:

PREVIEW PAGES

32 pgs./ T+ / FC                   $3.99 (reg.), $4.99 (var.)

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This issue is likely to follow in issue one’s footprints and sell out too!

So be sure to get to your LCS, find your favorite online retailer, of purchase on ComiXology!

While you’re heading to your LCS this #NCBD, drop this off with the owner so you never miss an issue!


ABOUT ACTION LAB ENTERTAINMENT– Formed in 2010 with the purpose of pooling their collective talents into a single, powerful entity, the members of Action Lab Entertainment have countless years in multimedia publishing, design, and business.  Their first release, Fracture, was successfully funded through Kickstarter and since then they have continued their mission to produce high quality, genre-spanning entertainment.  Since its formation, the accolades for A.L.E continue to build on a daily basis.  Among its more popular titles are all ages material like the Eisner, Glyph, Shel Dorf Award nominated series PRINCELESS, MIRACULOUS (based on the Nickelodeon Television series), Jamal Igle’s MOLLY DANGER, Artist/ Writer Katie Cook’s GRONK and Gayle Middleton’s (My Little Pony, The Littlest Pet Shop) monstrously adorable VAMPLETS. Action Lab’s Mature Readers imprint ACTION LAB DANGER ZONE continues to push the envelope of comics entertainment with titles as varied as Charles Band’s PUPPET MASTER and Dan Mendoza’s over the top horror-comedy ZOMBIE TRAMP, VAMPBLADE and ITTY BITTY BUNNIES IN RAINBOW PIXIE CANDY LAND, and socially relevant titles including SOUTHERN DOG, KINGDOM BUM and M Goodwin’s TOMBOY.

*** info courtesy of Action Lab Entertainment

Jason Bennett
Jason Bennett is PopCultHQ's senior editor, a contributing writer, and comic book reviewer/reporter. He is a big lover of coffee, cats, cooking and comics (plus all things Green Lantern). He is a strong supporter of indie comics, creators, and publishers and Chris Hardwick is his spirit animal (we don't know how to respond to that). Follow Jason on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: @TahoeJBennett

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