Now this is a comic I never hear anyone talk about. In many ways it was an early draft of the later and more successful Lil' Hellboy.
Big Blown Baby
Talking about a 20 year old mini isn't easy. Also, interestingly enough Wray and DeStefano colored and inked the Genndy Tartakovsky-drawn Luke Cage mini that only came out a year ago.
Like DeStefano, Bill Wray worked a lot with Tartakovsky in animation. He even did the majority of the covers for DC's Dexter's Lab comic. However, he's most famous for his work on Ren & Stimpy and The Mighty B!. He's focusing on painting now.
Wray appears to be yet another example, like DeStefano and Tartakovsky, of animation stealing all the good cartoonists.
Alright, cucks and sluts, I'm back with the second PULSE POUNDING instalment of BBB.
And oh boy, it just gets better and better after that Vince Colletta joke! And bear in mind this was published RIGHT after he died, LOL.
THE EATING OF THE VILE THINGS
Yakko: "Goodnight, everybody!"
Can someone post the two remaining issues on the condition that NSFW shit must be spoilered?
I didn't think anyone was reading them.
Feels good to see cartoonists who know their fundies.
Nobody here reads comics except to shit on them. It's like /tv/, a board about a medium we used to like but now hate.
I had a friend who would always quote this page.
"Do you need a large bovine to clean the blood from your rectal wound?"
Now that last page is what I call a splash panel.
I've tried using this excuse myself when my family catches me doing something nasty.
"THE LITTLE BIRD IN MY SKULL MAKES ME DO BAD THINGS!"
I think they're buying it.
OUT OF THE BOOM TUBE AND INTO YOUR MOTHER BOX!
Depraved, but quite fun to read. The artwork is lavish and energetic, I usually hate most other artists that use this thick line artwork, but Robert Fleming makes it a treat to read.
Apparently William Wray was an army brat growing up. His father was a lieutenant colonel in Army Intelligence, which really explains the father figure of the comic.
Thanks for sharing, OP.
Keep it up.
There were only four issues, DAMN IT.
But I do have this from Hellboy Jr., from the same team.
Anyone got Wray's Monroe strips from MAD?
I thought the parody was just a cover. Speaking of raunchy parodies of old cartoons, I recall seeing some online, they were made during the great depression I think the name was: Made in Tijuana
Oh yeah, Tijuana Bibles, the original underground comix, lol.
They were 1920's vintage.
What is this a parody of? Just generally duck cartoons?
Nevermind, I looked it up. Something called "Baby Huey." It was before my time.
There used to be a Chinese female basketball player nicknamed Baby Huey, she was about seven feet tall and all legs and ass.
Never heard of her, but it looks like she married Hank Hill