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Saturday, April 25, 2015

Comic Review: Vamplets #1 Action Lab Entertainment

Writer(s): Gayle Middleton and Dave Dwonch

Artist Name(s): Amada Coronado (p), David Dwonch (i) Bill Blankenship (c)
Cover Artist(s): Amanda Coronado (a), Bill Blankenship (c)
32 pgs./ FC/All ages $3.99 (reg.) / $4.99 (var.) USD

Teenager Destiny Harper is at a crossroad in her life. Graduation is coming, and she has zero prospects for the future. Answering an ad for “The Night Care Nursery” seems like a great idea, until she is magically transported to Gloomvania, where dark creatures lurk the streets, and the world is being mysteriously overrun by baby vampyres called Vamplets! Can Destiny serve her term as Governess of “The Nightmare Nursery” and return home? Fairy tales get a modern update in this coming of age tales of monsters, mayhem, and magic! Variant cover by William Blankenship (Limited to 1500 copies!) and Gayle Middleton herself (limited to 2000 copies!).

OMG! Is there anything cuter than a vamplet? No, there isn't. Check out how they are made..."poof"
This comic is geared at any age, but I gotta say girls are gonna love it more, because most of us have done the babysitting thing for money.

Destiny is your normal awkward teen who doesn't know what to do with her life. She has a crappy job at the mall food court. But a twist of fate lands her at the door of The Nightcare Nursery looking for a babysitting job. She soon finds herself down the rabbit hole in Gloomvania.

I like the anime style artwork and fast pace story. Lot's to love and nothing to hate in this one. Action Lab Entertainment does it again. Nothing but quality from this small publisher.

And the merchandising:
5 "deportransmutated" Sheep


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