Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Feel the Ugly Love Month


In February, the month traditionally associated with love and romance will get a little ugly. Actually, at Action Lab Comics, it will get really ugly. Ugly in a special love kind of way, as in cartoonist and writer John "Super Ugly" Williams offering up variant covers for six Action Lab titles through the month of February. An artist who works in a world of round monsters and strange creatures, Super Ugly is the creator of "Monsters Are Just Like Us" and the upcoming Action Lab release Atomic Fred, as well as publishing "Check Please! A Collection of Art on Guest Checks". Super Ugly hosts a podcast, The Geek Savants, and has released music and toured with his band Unified School District.

"Ugly Love" month is about finding a different kind of love. Sometimes strange, and probably in the background, but always real and passionate.” said Super Ugly “This month at Action Lab "Ugly" is the new "romantic".

Super Ugly’s brand of romantic expression will be featured on Final Plague #5, Skyward #8, Jack Hammer #2, Fracture #3, Princeless Encore Edition #4 and Zombie Tramp #3. All of these titles and more are available for pre-order at comic shops everywhere.

Full press release below.

For Immediate release

FEEL THE LOVE…FOR UGLY LOVE MONTH!
John ”Super Ugly” Williams covers Action Labs’ February 2014 offerings.

Pittsburgh P.A.-When you think of February, ones thoughts automatically go to flights of fancy as lovers of all ages celebrate Valentines Day. But, at Action Lab Entertainment our thoughts go to thoughts of eclectic, original and jaw dropping comic book entertainment. To help celebrate all things love, Action Lab has enlisted the help of cartoonist and writer John “Super Ugly” Williams. Super Ugly will be the featured variant cover artist on six Action Lab titles through the month of February.

 An artist who works in a world of round monsters and strange creatures, Super Ugly is the creator of "Monsters Are Just Like Us" and the upcoming Action Lab release, “Atomic Fred", as well as publishing "Check Please! A Collection of Art on Guest Checks".  A man of many talents, Super Ugly hosts a podcast, The Geek Savants, and has released music and toured with his band Unified School District.
"Ugly Love" month is about finding a different kind of love. Sometimes strange, and probably in the background, but always real and passionate.” said Super Ugly “This month at Action Lab "Ugly" is the new "romantic".

Super Ugly’s brand of romantic expression will be featured on Final Plague #5, Skyward #8, Jack Hammer #2, Fracture #3, Princeless Encore Edition #4, and Zombie Tramp #3!

All of these titles and more are available for pre-order at comic shops everywhere.

For more information, retailers can contact Kelly Dale at kdale@actionlabcomics.com. For press and conventions you can reach Jamal Igle at jigle@actionlabcomics.com.

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 PRINCLESS, NFL RUSHZONE (based on the Nickelodeon Television series), Jamal Igle's MOLLY DANGER, Artist/ Writer Jeremy Dale’s hit series SKYWARD, and Gale 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 EHMM THEORY and Dan Mendoza’s over the top horror-comedy ZOMBIE TRAMP, THE FINAL PLAGUE and BO, PLUSHY GANGSTA.

For more information on all of their titles, visit www.Actionlabcomics.com

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