This Wednesday, Action Lab Entertainment‘s Danger Zone imprint has the fourth issue of MISBEGOTTEN: RUNAWAY NUN!
What if Marilyn Monroe fell in love with Jesus of Nazareth and tried to save him from the cross? There is a world in which this scenario is not that far-fetched—the world of Misbegotten!
Half post-apocalyptic adventure and half absurdist satire, Misbegotten is an exercise in genre-bending wrapped around a Holy Grail journey through an immersive apocalyptic landscape of biopunk iconography.
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…
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New Release for the week of December 13th, 2017
MISBEGOTTEN: RUNAWAY NUN #4
Klaudette, the one-eyed geisha, stages her latest show: the raping and killing of Father Elano. With the help of his feral Cannies, King Richie’s renegade warriors crash her party and throw her to the sharks. Later, Richie and Elano strike a deal: to aid the Jesuit in his pursuit of J-Clone, Richie will facilitate Elano’s entrance into Sir Gottfrey’s stronghold in exchange for a free pass off the island.
What people are saying about Misbegotten:
“I definitely want to see where this goes, and I will assume much of my thoughts will again be thrown out the window at the story twists and turns unexpectedly—a feat that most comics these days do not accomplish.” – Slurred Nerd Blog
“Misbegotten is that weird mixture of the funny and the morbid, of the terrible and the terrific
that you find only once in a while pulled off with any degree of success.” – Albedo
“…the comic stands above the rest thanks in large part to a downright beautiful display by Justin Case. Highly detailed and well-structured characters populate an expertly designed landscape, as the talent attacks each page with realism in mind.” – SnapPow.com
“If you melt Salvador Dali, de Chirico and a 1940s saucy postcard in one bubbling cauldron you have both the cover of Caesar Voghan’s dark novel and an indication of the surreal journey on which you are about to embark.” – Goodreads Customer Review