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A recipient of the 2011 Inkpot Award for outstanding achievement in Comic Art,    

Jamal Igle is the writer/artist/Creator of Molly Danger for Action Lab Entertainment. 

The co-creator of " VENTURE" with Dynamo 5 creator/writer Jay Faerber and the artist of the series BLACK from Black Mask Studios, Jamal is a 27 year comic industry veteran. 

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WRITER

Jamal's writing credits include Actionverse, Princeless, Tomoe/Witchblade as well as a Guest Columnist for web publications focusing on pop culture. including Comics Alliance, Bleeding Cool, 13th Dimension and Nerds of Color. 

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BIOGRAPHY AND INTERVIEWS

The former Vice President of Marketing for Action Lab Entertainment, Jamal has worked on social media campaigns and  DTC marketing initiatives for Edelman Creative, Inventiv Healthcare, Samsung, Footlocker and 

Grey Worldwide. 

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WHO IS JAMAL IGLE?

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Jamal Igle is the writer/artist/Creator of Molly Danger

A recipient of the 2011 Inkpot Award for outstanding achievement in Comic Art, Jamal is the co-creator of " VENTURE" with Dynamo 5 creator/writer Jay Faerber and the artist of the series BLACK from Black Mask Studios, Jamal is comic industry veteran.  Jamal's detailed pencils have graced books as varied as The Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglas, the all ages action miniseries "Race Against Time" as well as mainstream hits such as G.I.Joe, Iron Man, Spider- Man and Green Lantern. Jamal has served as the series artist for Firestorm the Nuclear Man, Nightwing and Tangent: Superman's Reign, Superman, Supergirl and Zatanna for DC Comics, Noble Causes for Image Comics and a four issue run on New Warriors for Marvel Comics. In 2003 Jamal co- created the comic book series " VENTURE" with Dynamo 5 creator/writer Jay Faerber.
He's done just about everything from acting on the small screen to voiceovers for commercials, packaging books for Scholastic, storyboards artist on Roughnecks: Starship Trooper Chronicles and Max Steel: MX1 for Sony Animation. Jamal is also a popular guest lecturer on the subjects of comics and animation.

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“To Me The ‘S’ Means Something” – Jamal Igle on Supergirl

Jamal Igle has been a creative force in comics for over twenty years. His first work in comics was Green Lantern #52 published in April of 1994. Since then he has worked on some of the biggest names in comics, with art credits on Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Wolverine, Daredevil, and Firestorm. He is most well known for his work on Supergirl with writer Sterling Gates, where the two shared a two-year run on that helped breathe new life into the character and helped to inspire the CBS/CW show.

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Molly Danger: Book One

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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. 

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Actionverse

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The event five years in the making! Only one force in the universe can bring Jake Roth (THE F1RST HERO), Molly Danger, Virtue (from FRACTURE), Midnight Tiger and Stray together. When the mysterious Cascade threatens the universe, Action Lab’s greatest heroes heed the call! But as the mystery of Cascade’s power deepens, only Molly’s arch-enemy, Medula, holds the answers--but in their darkest hour, will he be friend or foe? Collects Actionverse #0-6.

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For the Love of FN-2814

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Why John Boyega as Finn is One of the Best New Characters in Star Wars

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Oh, Political Me!

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Writer and artist Jamal Igle writes about how comics turned him into a liberal political junkie — in a very unexpected way:

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The Future is BLACK

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What if only black people had superpowers?
Writer Kwanza Osajyefo, artist Jamal Igle and a group of creators, including designer Tim Smith 3 and cover artist Khary Randolph, are launching a Kickstarter for a new comic book that asks a very basic, yet provocative, question: What if only black people could get superpowers? 

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Superman is a Brand

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock or don’t read the book (which is probably a lot of you) DC’s Earth 2 series has introduced Val-Zod as a new “Black” Superman character.

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