Anyone who has ever lost a pet -- even for a moment -- knows it's a worrisome affair. For the extra-emotional Bravest Warriors team, being separated from their companion Catbug is similarly gut-wrenching. Artist Ryan Pequin and Mirka Andolfo's "Catbug is Missing" backup in Bravest Warriors #6, out o
Bodysnatching bad guys are traditionally depicted as germs, viruses, bugs, worms and other less-than-lovely corruptors. In Ryan Pequin and colorist Mirka Andolfo's Bravest Warriors #5 backup, "Cute Calamity," however, the team may be up against a much more cuddly threat when the huge-hearted Wallow adopts a pet of unknown alien origins. It's kind of like the time I w
Being one of the Bravest Warriors is awesome, but what if you could also summon huge fireballs from your hands? That fantasy may or may not get fulfilled for the young hero Danny next week in Bravest Warriors #3. We got a taste of the issue's diverse covers by Tyson Hesse, Aaron Reiner, John Martz and Phil McAndrew
Could 2012 go down as The Year of The Butt Comic? Following the release of Pokébutts by Lindsey Morris, comes Ahoy, Booty! vol. 1, a 50-page zine curated by Lainey Diamond and Emily Partridge focusing all kinds of attention on the human posterior. How much Booty can you pack into a 50-page p
"Barftacular" may not sound like the most enticing adjective to describe Ryan Pequin's Bravest Warriors backup story, but trust me when I say that the artist's "Space Flu" is a super fun read. Set for release in stores and online on November 21, Bravest Warriors #2 features a main tale by Joey
Webcomics: Ryan Pequin captures the full Akira experience in just four panels... well, an approximation of the full Akira experience. You should still read the full manga by Katsuhiro Otomo if you haven't already.
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