This Black Friday, enjoy a special one-shot story in the universe of SHINOBI: NINJA PRINCESS that celebrates the holidays! It’s Christmas in Japan as Toshigawa ninjas, Shianndrea and Hamasuke, embark on an adventure that takes them from the streets of New Tokyo, to a local Arcade, and to the festive illuminations of the city lights, all while learning that they both have more in common than they thought. Martheus and Janet Wade have blended the warmth of the holiday season with the drama and adventure of a Manga. Fans of the holiday editions of Batman: The Animated Series and comic book specials of the time will love this modern holiday story for all ages! Co-creator/writer Martheus Wade comments: “We both love the Holiday Classics of our childhood, both from animation as well as the book releases. We hope that this comic hearkens back to those warm feelings of togetherness, adventure, hope and forgiveness for a new generation of readers.” He adds, “I think one of the things that have always stuck with me was the Christmas episode of Justice League Unlimited where the Martian Manhunter was trying to understand the season and Superman took him to his farm to spend the holiday. The way the JLA all interacted allowed me to get to know the characters that much more as well as feel for them. The last shot of Jon Jones eating Oreos, petting a cat and singing to himself is still etched in my mind. I hope our story can resonate with readers just as that one did with me!”
Celebrate the holidays with Action Lab Entertainment and check out SHINOBI: NINJA PRINCESS – ILLUMINATIONS, on comiXology this Black Friday, November 29, 2019.
What people are saying about Shinobi: Ninja Princess:
“The story would be fun enough for parent and child alike, achieving that uncommon bridge between generations.” (Graphic Policy)
“The character interactions are really enjoyable, the action was nice and the ending really gets the reader interested by hinting that things are only going to be ramping up from here.” (The Broken Infinite)
“There is lots of action in Shinobi: Ninja Princess. It’s also a great all ages comic. Parents can relax if their child wants to read this and know that there is nothing inappropriate in it at all.” (Daddy Mojo)
“I’d say if you’ve got a kid, say 6-8, possibly even 10 years old, and they’re into ninjas and you want to get them away from the TV to read a bit, this might be something to look into.” (Geeks of Doom)