[Preview] Action Lab’s 7/18 Release: MIRACULOUS ADVENTURES OF LADYBUG & CAT NOIR #5

Miraculous Adventures #5

On Wednesday, July 18th, Action Lab Entertainment has the latest issue of Miraculous Adventures of Ladybug and Cat Noir, which features all-new stories that take place in the universe of the popular Zag Entertainment television show Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir.

The series follows two of the greatest superheroes of Paris, Ladybug and Cat Noir, as they attempt to thwart the villainous Hawk Moth. Fans of the Miraculous television show and newcomers alike can enjoy the new stories in Miraculous Adventures of Ladybug and Cat Noir that you can’t see on TV! Readers will get action-packed scenes and learn valuable lessons.

Here’s a look at the cover, the storyline, and preview pages for this week’s release
from Action Lab Entertainment on New Comic Book Day! #NCBD


New Release for the week of Juy 18th, 2018


Miraculous Adventures #5 Cover A
Miraculous Adventures #5 Cover A
Miraculous Adventures #5 Cover B
Miraculous Adventures #5 Cover B


Created by: Thomas Astruc

Written by: Thomas Astruc, Mélanie Duval,
Fred Lenoir, Bryan Seaton & Sébastien Thibaudeau

Artist: Zag Entertainment
Letterer: Justin Birch
Edited by: Nicole D’Andria and Bryan Seaton

Cover Artists:
Brian Hess (Cover A),
Trevor Grace (Cover B)

32 pgs./ A / FC     $3.99

This issue of Miraculous: Adventures of Ladybug and Cat Noir collects four Zag Entertainment webisodes: “Inspiration”, “Busy Day”, “Homework Essay” and “The Notebook”. Join Marinette as she gets inspired by the amazing city of Paris, tries to bake enough macaroons in order to spend time with Adrien, writes an essay about a person who inspires her and helps Rose (along with the rest of her friends) try to feel better after Chloé insults her.


What people are saying about Miraculous Adventures:

“Honestly, I’d feel confident in handing this issue to just about everybody to read. This comic was much better than
expected and I feel a step in the right direction for Miraculous Ladybug in the comics medium.”
(The Broken Infinite)

​”This is a great first issue of the comic series! I can’t wait to read more of their adventures while we wait for season 2!”
(Amazon Customer Review)

This is ridiculously adorable. It’s like a mix of Card Captor Sakura, Sailor Moon, Powerpuff Girls, and traditional comics.
(Goodreads Review)



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