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9781608867080

Bravest Warriors 5

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  • ISBN13:

    9781608867080

  • ISBN10:

    1608867080

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2015-09-15
  • Publisher: Kaboom
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Summary

THE LOST EPISODE

The Bravest Warriors have crashed! Shot down by a mysterious enemy, the gang is stranded on an uncharted planet with no way off or help in sight. While the rest of the team tries to find a way to survive (and pass the time), Chris struggles to accept his Emotion Lord abilities and begins to doubt whether or not he should even be a Bravest Warrior. But he may not have a choice when they all come face to face with the full power of the Aeon Worm. Written by the Breehn Burns & Jason Johnson, show runners of the BRAVEST WARRIORS cartoon, and illustrated by Mike Holmes (True Story), this volume taking place during season 2 of the hit cartoon is a must own for all Bravest Warriors fans.

Author Biography

Breehn Burns is a screenwriter who most recently collaborated with Robert Zemeckis on "Calling All Robots," a feature film in development. Burns co-created the project with "X-Men 2" screenwriter Michael Dougherty and storyboard artist Simeon Wilkins. Burns is also a producer & director, known for the animated cult favorite, "Here Comes Dr. Tran." A number of his films were produced for cable channel G4TV, and many have appeared at Sundance, Annecy, Slamdance and Spike & Mike's Festival of Animation. Mike Holmes is a Canadian web cartoonist, best known for his weekly web comic strip, True Story. His first graphic novel, "Shenanigans", was published by Portland, Oregon-based Oni Press in 2007. Holmes has created award-winning and nominated album art, show posters and music videos.

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