The Bravest Warriors do not change; we change.
Helping little weird things is what it’s all about
Some old Pen Ward art from the Bravest Warriors’ earliest days. In the words of Troy McClure, “They haven’t changed a bit!”
Bravest Warriors Paperback Due in August
BOOM! is announcing the very first Bravest Warriors trade paperback will hit shelves this summer. This first volume will gather the first four issues of the monthly comic from Joey Comeau & Mike Holmes and Ryan Pequin. Plus, it’ll sport this brand new (pretty terrific) cover by Tyson Hesse. Let’s hope there will be some available down at Comic-Con in July.
Man, Pen is having a double shot of good news today as not only has Adventure Time’s “Princess Cookie” episode made it into Annecy, but so has the premiere episode of his Cartoon Hangover show, Bravest Warriors. Pen’s competition in the category of TV Series is pretty tough, though, even not including himself. Good luck (x2) in June, Pen.
Watch the Annecy-nominated “Time Slime” here.
Congratulations to the entire Bravest Warriors cast and crew, but especially to showrunner Breehn Burns. See you in France (not literally).
The Bravest Warriors Are Heading to France
To Annecy, specifically, as “Time Slime” has been nominated in the TV Series category in this year’s Annecy International Animation Festival. With a total of 27 nominees, the competition is pretty fierce, but we’re thrilled to be in such wonderful company. Hats off to Breehn Burns, Pen Ward, Will McRobb, Chris Viscardi, Jason Johnson, Tom King, and the entire Bravest Warriors cast and crew. Take Sunday off, and best of luck when the awards are handed out in June.
Background image by Steven Sugar and Christy Beckert.
How Watching Pen Ward’s Bravest Warriors Will Teach You How To Be Twenty-something
Bravest Warriors thrives on it’s ability to handle more adult themes, like crushing on the opposite sex and worrying about your future, as well as how to handle social interactions, like blind dates (Now Kiss, we’re looking at you). The beautiful thing about Bravest Warriors is that it handles all these issues like Finn and Jake would, through being light-hearted and carefree but tenaciously passionate at the same time.
Cartoon Hangover presents the Season Finale of Bravest Warriors: “Catbug”
When the Bravest Warriors receive mysterious gifts from the See-Through Zone, they must use their wits to unlock the door to the greatest secret. In this season finale, there promises to be more emotion, Catbug, and delicious peanut butter squares than ever before.
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Besides hanging out with Natasha Allegri and the good folks from BOOM! Studios, you can meet this weekend the crew from kaboom!’s Adventure Time comics: writer Ryan North and artists Braden Lamb and Shelli Paroline. To Seattle!
If you’re anywhere near the Great Northwest in the U.S. this weekend, go say howdy to Natasha at the Emerald City Comicon (and pick up some Cartoon Hangover swag).
Meet Natasha Allegri at the Emerald City Comicon
“Bee and PuppyCat” creator Natasha Allegri (oh, yeah, she’s also the woman behind Adventure Time’s Fionna & Cake) is hanging out in Seattle this weekend as part of the BOOM! Studios contingent of A1 artists at the Emerald City Comicon. Natasha will be signing her Fionna & Cake comics today (Friday) at 3:00 p.m., tomorrow at noon, and Sunday at 12:30 p.m.
When you’re there, pick up the comic with Colleen Coover’s exclusive ECCC cover (above).
Secret: there may just be a few PuppyCat buttons on hand, too.
Created by Pen right around the same time as Adventure Time, Bravest Warriors has now premiered its tenth episode over on Cartoon Hangover. Tallying comments, for every “Oh, I see!” there will be at least one “Wait, what?”
Cartoon Hangover presents “Ultra Wankershim”
Breaking the laws of physics, Wankershim has left the Holo-John and is now taking up residence in NeoMars Park… and he’s growing at an exponential rate. Meanwhile, an old friend returns to share with Chris a vision of the future, and to tell the Bravest Warriors that it’s ALWAYS been Wankershim.
We’re all knocked out by Breehn Burns’s reinterpretation of Pen Ward’s original “Bravest Warriors” cartoon for the Cartoon Hangover series. This episode, “Cereal Master,” is a prime example of why.
Cartoon Hangover presents “Cereal Master”
In the early morning hours Chris and Danny fly from the Bravest Warriors Invisible Hideout on a mission of the utmost importance… to buy cereal for Beth. Chris must comfort a Martian chef with daddy issues and return to his best friend for their jinx-iversary.
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