Published on April 7th, 2014 | by Richard Boom
Molly Danger Goes For Glyphs
Action Lab Entertainment is proud to announce that Jamal Igle’s MOLLY DANGER: Book One has been nominated in three categories at the 2014 GLYPH AWARDS. The Awards Ceremony, recognizing the best in comics made either by, for, or about Black people will be held at the East Coast Black Age of Comics convention or ECBACC on May 16th, 2014 in Philadelphia P.A.
Created by Jamal Igle, Molly Danger is the story of a ten year old superhero, who has been 10 for over two decades. Smart, Strong, brave and possibly immortal, Molly fights the forces of the evil Supermechs, while trying to find a life outside of her heroic duties. Igle is a 25-year comic industry veteran whose credits include lengthy runs of series such as Supergirl and Firestorm the Nuclear Man for DC Comics, G.I.Joe and The Terminator and KISS. The book has been nominated for Fan Award for Best Work, while Igle himself was nominated in two categories, Best writer and Best artist.
Action Lab Entertainment is no stranger to the Glyph awards. Jeremy Whitley’s series, Princeless won multiple Glyph awards in 2012 including Story of the year, Best writer and Best Female Character.
You can view the entire list of nominees at http://ecbacc.com/wordpress3/
The GLYPH awards ceremony will be held at the African American Museum in Philadelphia on Friday May 16th from 6-9 pm. The 13th Annual East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention will take place at The Enterprise Center, 4558 Market Street, Philadelphia P.A. on Saturday, May 17th from 11-7 pm.