Spencer & Locke writer David Pepose is at it again with Going to the Chapel, a new series about a bride whose wedding is taken over by a gang of Elvis-themed bank robbers. An action rom-com? We’ll find out when Going to the Chapel arrives this fall.
“Dating back to my catastrophic turn as best man for my oldest friend’s wedding, GOING TO THE CHAPEL has been an irreverent passion project long in the making,” said series writer David Pepose in a press release. “Think Die Hard at a wedding — or Dog Day Afternoon meets The Runaway Bride. With our unique mashup of action, humor, romance, and heart — not to mention our sprawling, diverse, and downright dysfunctional cast — fans of romcoms and thrillers alike are going to find lots to love about our offbeat and eclectic series.”
Get ready to say yes to distress in GOING TO THE CHAPEL, an insanely action-packed romantic comedy from Ringo Award-nominated writer David Pepose (Spencer & Locke) and rising star artist Gavin Guidry (The Death Defying) at Action Lab: Danger Zone. Emily Anderson’s big day had become the wedding from hell — and that was before the bank robbers showed up. What do a conflicted bride, her dysfunctional family, a gang of Elvis-themed crooks, and one relentless sheriff have in common? They’re all about to discover love is the ultimate hostage situation. Fans of Sex Criminals, Jessica Jones, and 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank will say “I do” to GOING TO THE CHAPEL, available in comic shops and on digital devices Fall 2019!
Joining Pepose is artist Gavin Guidry.
“GOING TO THE CHAPEL offered some really exciting challenges for me as an artist, including a solid, singular setting and a huge cast to play with,” added series artist Gavin Guidry. “Between the moments of action and comedy, our whole cast of characters were a blast for me to work with, and because our book touches upon so many different tastes and genres, I’m excited for folks to have a chance to read it.”
Spencer & Locke has been an interesting read and has gained a lot of attention in the comic world. I suspect Going to the Chapel will also do well when it arrives later this year.