Braves Warriors: Impossibear Special #1

Braves Warriors: Impossibear Special #1

Writer: Kevin Panetta Artist: Paulina Ganecheau Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: June 11, 2014 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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If there is one sassy fur ball in BRAVEST WARRIORS that deserves a comic dedicated to how awesome he is, it's Impossibear! Impossibear and Catbug are up to no good with the Bravest Warriors off on a mission! Between music appreciation, karate-chopping space chickens, and trying to eat a baglewich in peace, there are plenty of shenanigans to be had.

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    Comic Bastards - Nick Philpott Jun 11, 2014

    This comic is a lot of fun, and for the price, it's worth it. You get plenty of story and art, you're never bored. It's a quick read, but you never feel cheated. I don't read the main Bravest Warriors title, but I feel like, from this issue, I have enough backstory and a feel for enough of the characters, that I could jump in if I so chose. Also, each one of these stories is kid-friendly, so if you know a little rapscallion who needs to get into comic books and you want to be that quasi-bad influence, this is a solid call. Bright, shiny, well-told stories for everyone! Read Full Review

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    ComicWow!TV - Lauren Michele Jun 24, 2014

    Bravest Warriors is a fantastic cartoon and comic series created by Pendleton Ward of Adventure Time fame. Like Adventure Time, this series is about a group of humans and animals who live in what may be a post-apocalyptic world. Our rag tag group of heroes features humans, a bear, and a hybrid cat bug, known as CatBug.This special issue focuses on Impossibear, who may be the group's leader. We have five stories all by different writers and artists, but all are fantastic. Each story is only a few pages long, but written well enough where you get a feel for each character. They go on quick missions, save the world, or try to listen to music. No matter what they do, it's always humorous and a good quick read. My favorite story was 'Impossi-Bagel', in which Impossibear must save his bagel sandwich from hungry birds. The story is witty, and ends with Impossibear becoming the king of said birds.This book is great for children ages 6-10, a Read Full Review

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