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AudioComics, is now taking pre-orders on the audio adaptation of Jamal Igle’s Molly Danger. The full-cast “audio movie” was directed by AudioComics co-founder, William Dufris, and stars Olivia DuFord as the ten-year-old superhero. Award-winning audio book narrator Robin Miles plays the role of Commander Lauren Holder. The first episode in the ongoing series officially debuts October 31, but AudioComics is offering a special deal on pre-orders.

Molly-Danger-art-1After its official release on October 31, the retail price of Molly Danger will be $12.95 for compact discs and $7.95 for digital downloads. Special pre-order prices of $10.95 for the CD and $6.45 for the download apply from October 1 through October 30 at AudioComics Digital Direct, www.audiocomicscompany.com.

 

In Molly Danger we are introduced to the most powerful ten-year old in the world; she protects the citizens of Coopersville, New York from the villainous Supermechs, has thousands of devoted fans and more fame than anyone can fathom. But what she really wants is a friend, a family, and a normal life. In addition to DuFord and Miles, the production features the voice talents of William Dufris, Lance Roger Axt, Michael Howard, Joshua Hughes, Tess Van Horn, Dave Marshall, Jennywren Walker, and Jay Piscopo, with special appearances by creator Jamal Igle and Elaine Lee.

 

With a Molly Danger pre-order, the buyer will also receive an exclusive Molly Danger wallpaper designed by Igle, and a complimentary download from AudioComics’ first season of Horrorscopes, its full-cast audio anthology of world-class horror stories. AudioComics and Action Lab will also make pre-orders available at the Action Lab table at New York Comic Con, October 10 – 13, and a special preview will be presented at the Molly Danger launch party at JHU Comic Books in New York City. CD’s and downloads will be available through AudioComics’ and Action Lab’s websites, iTunes, Amazon, and at comic book and sci-fi conventions. Book One in the Molly Danger series will be released by Action Lab Entertainment on October 15.

AudioComics, under the guidance of producers Lance Roger Axt, William Dufris, and Elaine Lee, provides superior audio entertainment with its professional full-cast audio theatre productions of both licensed properties and original works from the world of comic books, graphic novels, and related media, accessible in today’s market with today’s sound. Productions include Starstruck, the forthcoming Bad Planet, and the first part of Titanium Rain, for which AudioComics was nominated for two Audie Awards from the Audiobook Publishers Association.

Action Lab Entertainment was founded in 2010 by a group of indie-maverick comic creators with the sole intent to bring the world the most action packed, most thought-provoking, most entertaining comics available, thereby ushering in a new age of world peace under the dominating, yet benign control of the Action Lab. Action Lab Entertainment is the public front for all the activities of the Action Lab and its members. Although most of the Action Lab’s activities remain classified, Action Lab Entertainment can disclose that two of its many functions are the marketing of comic books through various sales outlets, and the expansion of their domination into other mediums.

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Stephen Schleicher

Stephen Schleicher

Stephen Schleicher began his career writing for the Digital Media Online community of sites, including Digital Producer and Creative Mac covering all aspects of the digital content creation industry. He then moved on to consumer technology, and began the Coolness Roundup podcast. A writing fool, Stephen has freelanced for Sci-Fi Channel's Technology Blog, and Gizmodo. Still longing for the good ol' days, Stephen launched Major Spoilers in July 2006, because he is a glutton for punishment.

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