Molly Danger, Book One: Mighty

Overview


Molly Danger is the story of the world’s most powerful ten-year-old girl. A seemingly immortal, superstrong hero, Molly has protected the city of Coopersville for the last twenty years. Kept in constant isolation and watched closely by D.A.R.T. (The Danger Action Response Team), an organization created to assist in her heroic deeds and monitor her movements, Molly battles the Supermechs. Molly longs for a real life with a real family. Her life changes when D.A.R.T. recruits a new pilot, Austin Briggs. Briggs has...
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Overview


Molly Danger is the story of the world’s most powerful ten-year-old girl. A seemingly immortal, superstrong hero, Molly has protected the city of Coopersville for the last twenty years. Kept in constant isolation and watched closely by D.A.R.T. (The Danger Action Response Team), an organization created to assist in her heroic deeds and monitor her movements, Molly battles the Supermechs. Molly longs for a real life with a real family. Her life changes when D.A.R.T. recruits a new pilot, Austin Briggs. Briggs has his own motivations for joining the team; newly remarried, Austin is having trouble forming a relationship with his new stepson, Brian. Austin wants to use his connections to impress Brian, an avid Molly Danger fan. However, things change when Molly and Brian form a friendship of their own. She believes she’s an alien whose family died when their ship crash-landed on Earth and before the atmosphere could fully alter them. She also believes that she’s alone, the last of her kind. Everything she believes is wrong.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781939352408
  • Publisher: Action Lab Entertainment
  • Publication date: 10/15/2013
  • Pages: 48
  • Sales rank: 1,283,106
  • Age range: 6 - 18 Years
  • Product dimensions: 9.10 (w) x 12.00 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author


Jamal Igle is a twenty-two-year veteran of the comic book industry, having drawn everything from Action Comics to Firestorm the Nuclear Man, 52, Countdown, Daredevil/Shi, Iron Man, Iron Fist/ Wolverine, KISS, New Warriors, Noble Causes, Nightwing, Spider-man, Supergirl, Superman, and Zatanna. His work has appeared in projects for the European market such as L'armée des Anges for Les Humanoïdes Associé and Perry Rhodan, reprinted in a number of languages internationally. He’s also a former editor, marketing executive, and art director, and worked in television animation on series such as Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles and Max Steel. Last year he received the Inkpot Award for achievement in comic art. Currently he’s completing work on KISS for IDW Publishing and Smallville Season 11 for DC Comics.
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