Action Lab have provided an advance preview for their new series – Shinobi Ninja Princess
SHINOBI: NINJA PRINCESS – LIGHTNING ONI #1 Writer(s): Martheus Wade Artist Name(s): Martheus Wade (Pencils), Janet Wade (Inks, Color assists),
Gene Fayne (Colors) Cover Artist(s): Martheus Wade and Gene Fayne 32 pgs./ E / FC $3.99
The coming of age tale of Shianndrea returns in epic fashion on September 13 with SHINOBI NINJA PRINCESS: THE LIGHTNING ONI, created by Memphis native Martheus Wade.
An action-adventure story in the vein of Japanese anime, called a cross between NARUTO and the television show RIVERDALE, SHINOBI NINJA PRINCESS: THE LIGHTNING ONIcontinues the saga of Shianndrea from her unique perspective as a teenage girl battling with the demands of her destiny as a ninja prodigy.
Published by Action Lab Entertainment, SHINOBI NINJA PRINCESS: THE LIGHTNING ONI is the second volume of the SHINOBI NINJA PRINCESS series. The previous volume has appeared nationwide in schools via Scholastic Book Fairs and was nominated for Best Southern Comic Book by the Mid-South Science Fiction Association.
The SHINOBI NINJA PRINCESS series has been praised for its refreshing take on the hero’s journey and gender roles. Appealing to fans of all-ages and backgrounds, the SHINOBI NINJA PRINCESS series has found a home particularly in the minds of young female comic book fans.
SHINOBI NINJA PRINCESS: THE LIGHTNING ONI#1 is now available for pre-order with the Diamond Previews code JUL171260.
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