Action Lab: Danger Zone delivers a bullet-ridden romance tale full of surprising twists and turns in Going To The Chapel #1. Check out what happens when a simple wedding tuns out to be heist job and a hostage situation!
It was 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.
Here are 5 reasons we’re excited for Going To The Chapel:
5) Ramblers, Let’s Get Rambling!
If you love Quentin Tarantino movies as much as I do, you’re going to love the mix of humor and crime in the story. I love how the story jumps around the timeline, between four hours ago and now. I feel like someone took their love for True Romance and put their own fresh spin on it.
4) The Writing!
Writer David Pepose does a fantastic job developing the personalities and motivations of this three main characters, Emily, Jesse, and Tom. Pepose does something clever by having each individual switch sides randomly. Someone you thought was a protagonist turns out to be antagonist; and vice versa. With a nonlinear narrative, letterer Ariana Maher does a fantastic job keeping the banter lively.
3) The Art!
Artist Gavin Guidry does a fantastic job working in the quirky humor in the drawings. In a wide shot, we have the bride-to-be as a nervous wreck, the drunk family members, and the kooky grandma. Guidry interestingly stages the bank robbers storming into the church, like they’e heading towards a vault.
2) The Colors!
The vivid colors by Liz Kraemer sharpen the western landscape. Love how Kraemer paints the wardrobe of the bank robbers in full purple. Notice how the pink shades of the church’s backgrounds match with Emily’s lipstick.
1) A Fun Read!
Going To The Chapel #1 is a fun action/comedy thriller that readers shouldn’t miss out on! You can never go wrong with a comic about guns and girls.
Going To The Chapel #1 arrives in stores on September 4th, 2019.