New Releases for the week of February 27th, 2019

Writer(s): Marcus Perry
Artist Name(s): Tony Donley (Pencils / Inks / Colors)
Cover Artist(s): Stephane Roux
32 pgs./ T / FC $3.99

Your favorite smooth talking, sure-fisted, mustachioed adventurer is back for a dimension-bending adventure that turns up the heat like never before. ALBERT EINSTEIN has his sights set on ancient Egypt (where it’s really toasty), and he’ll need the Queen of the Nile herself, CLEOPATRA, to help him trap a thief that’s wreaking havoc on our timeline. But as Einstein discovers, this bandit is just a pawn in a dark scheme that will unravel history!

What people are saying about Albert Einstein: Time Mason:

“I love this book… check it out if you’re looking for a great read and a fun story!” (Geek-o-Rama)

“Action Lab keeps giving us these stellar series that are amazingly all-ages accessible with teaching and/or learning moments that capture the readers mind and imagination along the way.” (Reading with a Flight Ring)

“Art, story, and writing work together beautifully. Everything flows. It’s fluid and constant with little moments of carefully placed suspension, then a change of direction that sweeps you someplace else entirely. It’s cinematic.”
(On Comics Ground)

Writer(s): Jeremy Whitley
Artist Name(s): Emily Martin, Christine Hipp, Brett Grunig
Cover Artist(s): Emily Martin, Christine Hipp, Brett Grunig
32 pgs./ E / FC $3.99

It doesn’t get any bigger than this!  The volume 7 finale is here and nothing will ever be the same.  Secrets revealed!  New paths set!  Everything is coming together!  And by the end of this book one person will give up everything they’ve fought for to save their friends.

What people are saying about Princeless:

“The world this is set in is interesting, and as always, I like the idea of princesses who aren’t patient with waiting around and who are willing to act.” (Major Spoilers)

“The artwork is once again flawless.  Everything comes together to create something that appeals to both kids and adults.” (Sirens of Sequentials)

“Not only is this story fun and engaging, Princess Adrienne is a great role model for girls.” (Wired)

Writer(s): Sean Dillon, Steven Petrivelli (co-writer)
Artist Name(s): Sean Dillon
Cover Artist(s): Sean Dillon
32 pgs./ E / FC $3.99

Maggie isn’t your typical comic book, cartoon, and action movie fangirl. Through keen observation and unbending determination, she has taught herself all the death-defying stunts and fighting styles of her favorite action stars and superheroes! Unfortunately, Maggie has kept her eccentric hobby to herself, ever since it earned her the label of “nerd” among her classmates. After all, superheroes and evil villains are all kid stuff… right?  WRONG! The day before she begins high school, Maggie has a run-in with an evil mastermind and his sinister mercenary group. After years of training, it’s up to Maggie to be the self-taught superhero the city needs! But with bad guys crawling out of the woodwork and the daunting unknown of a high school ahead of her, can she really take on the world alone?

What people are saying about Sweetie:

“Sweetie is a fast paced visually engrossing book that doesn’t skimp on actual story.” (What’cha Reading?)

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