The power of the Amulet has been sliced in half! One half Good. One half Evil. An uneven balance of power can destroy the universe! But first, the Evil Darkstorm intends to destroy The Hero Squadron using this evil power! All looks doomed for our heroes! Unless the Power of the Amulet can save them! But how? Only the one most worthy can posses it! Join us for this epic battle of super heroics and mystical realms! Based on the super hero creations of famous cartoonist Art Baltazar! Aw Yeah!
What people are saying about Powers in Action:
“This is a genuinely fun, light comic that’s well worth adding to your collection when you want to feed your inner child.” (Graphic Policy)
“Not only did I have fun with these characters, this is something that I feel like I could read with my son. Some of the greatest joy you can have as a parent is sharing the things that you love with your child. With the vibrant colors and fun characters, Powers In Action certainly fits that mold.” (Down & Nerdy Podcast)
“It’s all lighthearted, tongue-in-cheek, fast-paced, and presented in a kid-friendly format. What’s not to like?” (Chuck’s Comic of the Day)
The crew is scattered. The ship is lost. Is there any hope left?
What people are saying about Raven:
” ‘Princeless Raven: The Pirate Princess’ is the YA lesbian heroine we’ve been waiting for” (AfterEllen)
“…with a new series, comes a new artist: Xenia Pamfil! Her art style reminds me a lot of Rosy Higgins from the first series with a very animated and lively style that makes everything so much fun to look at. ” (PopNerdTV)
“Raven the Pirate Princess is the Coolest, Queerest Pirate on the Seven Seas” (Autostraddle)