Action Lab Entertainment is sending Vampblade back to 1998 in a new special arriving in February.

Writer(s): Jason Martin
Artist Name(s): Arturo Louga
Cover Artist(s): Arturo Louga (cover A – regular, and cover B), Pow Rodrix (cover C and D), Daniel Campos (cover E and F)
Cover B – Risqué variant (limited to 2000): Arturo Louga
Cover C – limited variant (limited to 1500): Pow Rodrix
Cover D – limited variant Risqué (limited to 2000): Pow Rodrix
Cover E – limited variant 2 (limited to 1500): Daniel Campos
Cover F – limited variant 2 risqué (limited to 2000): Daniel Campos
32 pgs./ M / FC $3.99 (reg.), $4.99 (var.)

Y2K paranoia and the dot-com bubble collide with designer drug fueled techno and classic bad girl comics style in the all new Vampblade ‘98 one-shot this February from Action Lab: Danger Zone!

As season one of the popular Action Lab: Danger Zone series wraps-up, this special issue goes back in time to the year 1998 and shows the never-before-seen exploits of the original 90s bad girl, Vampblade!

When a go-go dancer on the local Detroit area rave scene gets hired to work a private penthouse party downtown for a bunch of dot-com billionaires, it turns out there’s more than just designer drugs being passed around the party… it’s actually ground zero for a hidden other-dimensional invasion!

via Action Lab Entertainment


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