Pepose. Going To Chapel, Action Lab

Action Lab: Danger Zone will have a crime/romance miniseries, entitled Going To The Chapel, coming out that comic book readers should not miss out on. 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) The Creative Team!

The four-issue miniseries is written by David Pepose, with art by Gavin Guidry, colors by Liz Kramer, and letters by Ariana Maher. Going To The Chapel: will not only have a heist at a wedding, there’s also a hilarious rom-com aspect to the narrative. 

4) A Mix Of This & That!

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Writer David Pepose describes the plot as “Die Hard at a wedding — or Dog Day Afternoon meets The Runaway Bride,” 

3) Action & Comedy!

Artist Gavin Guidry describes his style for the upcoming comic, “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.”

2) Crime & Romance!

Who doesn’t cry at wedding? What if on your wedding day, you are having second thoughts on getting married? Like many in relationships, I can relate to, “Is this right for me? Or am I missing out? what if they’re not the one?” 

1) Spencer & Locke!

I’m a huge fan of writer David Pepose’s Spencer & Locke 2 #1. I loved how the police procedural mixed aspects of comic strips and noir.  I can’t wait to see what Pepose has in store for True Romance fans such as myself.  

Going To The Chapel arrives in stores on September 4th, 2019. 

By Jorge Solis

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