DOLLFACE VOLUME 1: Action Lab’s Best-Selling Witch Hunter Collected for the First Time Ever and For a Whole New Fan Base!

 

Writer(s): Dan Mendoza & Bryan Seaton
Artist Name(s): Dan Mendoza
Cover Artist(s): Dan Mendoza
128 pgs./ T+ / FC
$14.99

 

Bryan Seaton and Dan Mendoza’s DollFace series broke records and became Action Lab’s biggest debut series. Over 20,000 copies were preordered and the regular covers for DollFace #1 sold out and needed to be reprinted.

Now Seaton and Mendoza have decided to try something never before done at Action Lab. They are actually changing the content of the single issues as they are collected into the first volume to allow a teen audience to enjoy their original story. Now not only can the fans of Vampblade and Zombie Tramp enjoy the tales of Lila the Ball Jointed Witch Hunter, but with a teen plus rating on the collected edition it’s safe for teens age 15 and up.

When asked about this change, Seaton had this to say: “DollFace takes place in the Zombie Tramp universe, but we have noticed that many teens are drawn to the cuteness of the art and the story behind Lila. We wanted to have a version that they could enjoy as well.”

The first volume collects issues #1-4 of the ongoing series. It follows the adventures of Lila, a 17th century soul transported into a life size ball jointed doll created by a couple of MIT students in the present day. Now, Lila is hunting down the witches that killed her family. 

DollFace Volume 1 will be available in comic book stores on July 5th, 2017. Order with Diamond item code MAY171011. Fans of Mendoza’s other work will be thrilled with this new addition to the Action Lab universe and newcomers will enjoy the action-packed and emotional story.

See preview pages from the first issue of DollFace:

 

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What people are saying about DollFace:

“Mendoza’s artwork and coloring is by far the best it’s ever been…”
(Comic Bastards)

“Mendoza’s script is straightforward and engaging, breezing through a night in Boston where a marionette of sorts fights to save the world.” (Omnicomic)

“There’s no shame in being overly anxious to get your hands on more Dollface, take that however you want.” (Geek-O-Rama)

“If you think Dollface is just some dumb comic where there’s nudity and violence just for the sake of it you’d be wrong and this issue really drives that home.” (The Broken Infinite)

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