Bravest Warriors #12

Bravest Warriors #12

Writer: Joey Comeau, Ryan Pequin Artist: Mike Holmes, Ryan Pequin Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: September 18, 2013 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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What do you get when you mix four emotional teenagers, adorable pets, and an unpredictable setting? No, not Dawson's Creek...the BRAVEST WARRIORS, of course! For kids who love a fun-loving space adventure and adorable creatures like the internet sensation Catbug, and adults who love sly, inclusive humor. Fall in love with this book!

  • 10
    Following The Nerd - Julz Hendricks Sep 20, 2013

    If you are looking for a fun, funny, bright colored comic, Bravest Warriors would be my pick for you. Don't forget to pick up Adventure Time as well. Both are fantastic! Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comics Crux - Chris Lear Sep 25, 2013

    Just in case I haven't been clear (and I mean this in all seriousness), I can't underscore how much fun I had reading Bravest Warrior #12. It was an absolute blast. It doesn't try to give itself a bloated sense of self-importance or a new gimmick or issue to bathe itself in a forced sense of relevancy. Bravest Warriors is enjoyable storytelling at its most pure. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Forces Of Geek - Atlee Greene Sep 29, 2012

    That has happened to all of us at some point in our life so it is easy to relate to but the off the wall hilarity that ensues when trying to get his attention is simply priceless. Generally, I don't read comic books based on a show because I already know what I'm going to get. If you also feel this way then please make this the exception to the rule because you will be very thankful you did. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - Jeff Butler Sep 18, 2013

    The main story's art by Mike Holmes is great, pulling great character out of the simple designs, while Lisa Moore's colors are warm and inviting. While so many licensed comics feel like writers and artists going through the motions, or even exercising an outright ambivalence to quality, for some reason the ones based on children's cartoons have become an unlikely bastion of excellence, with the 'Adventure Time' comic landing an Eisner win. While 'Bravest Warriors' may not be an unbelievable read, it's well written and illustrated with charisma to spare, and certainly a force for good on the comic shelf. Read Full Review

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