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Cartoon Network's powerhouse series now has its own comic book series! Hot on the heels of the smash hit adaptation, ADVENTURE TIME, KaBOOM! unveils. saicumspecsacont.tk: Regular Show Vol. Book 1 of 10 in the Regular Show Series . KC Green is a self-taught web cartoonist best known for the web comic. The adventures of Mordecai and Rigby take new form in this comic series as the two Check out a list of dedicated retail partners carrying the BOOM! books you .
Cover by Jorge Corona. Little does Skips know, this vacation is not going to be a restful one Studios Online Exclusive Cover by Tait Howard In this issue Pops decides to take the team on a mini-vacation for all the good work they've done. Cover by Matthew Smigiel. Mordecai and Rigby face the trials and tribulations of pet ownership, while their dog faces the trials and tribulations of Mordecai and Rigby.
Cover by Derek Fridolfs. Mordecai, Rigby, Skips, Benson, and all your favorites from the hit Cartoon Network series embark on a series of adventures in this very special anthology issue of Regular Show. Rigby attempts to make dinner for a date night with Eileen, Rigby is caught lying about his birthday to get free cake all year, Mordecai agrees to be Rigby's roller-skating coach, and Muscle Man accidentally summons the Four Mini-Bikers of the Apocalypse in new stories!
Volume 1 - 1st printing.
Art by Tessa Stone. Cover by Allison Strejlau. And we're pretty excited about the team on this: It's another ridiculous adventure featuring the crazy antics of park employees Mordecai the Blue Jay and Rigby the raccoon as they try to beat the summer heat.
The summer is turning into a roastfest and Mordecai and Rigby are desperate to find a way to cool down.
But when a mystery pool suddenly appears and offers a chance to beat the heat, it's only a matter of time before these two best bros find themselves in totally waterlogged trouble. Softcover, pages, full color. Cover by Rian Sygh. Spring is in the air, the Earth is reawakened after winter, and hijinks abound at the park!
This oversized collection of all-new shorts features the park deep in March Madness, with all sorts of seasonal hijinks afoot.
From college basketball to St. Patrick's Day, there's nothing sacred for this motley crew. Cover by Fellipe Martins. When a powerful new villain threatens to conquer Adventure Time's Ooo, Princess Bubblegum sends Finn and Jake on a desperate quest to find The Power that can save the land.
Finn and Jake's arrival only exacerbates an existing tension between Mordecai and Rigby, and the trip back to Ooo threatens to tear two sets of bros apart forever. Collects the complete limited series. If you're a fan of Adventure Time or Regular Show, you'll definitely like this comic. Short, bite-sized stories where anything could happen with a bizarre twist-it's an opportunity to set loose our favorite creators.
Mordecai and Rigby find themselves at odds over a haunted pair of sneakers, Pops might be lost inside a hidden labyrinth and he's not quite sure how he got there and Skips might finally have a problem that even he can't solve.
It's going to be an action-packed collection of stories! Cover by JK Phan. Twenty-five years after the epic battle between Pops and Anti-Pops, Mordecai, Rigby, and the rest of their friends return to the park for a reunion! Their crazy youth is nothing but a memory It's not long before these two friends stumble across a secret fairy world, find themselves young again, and have their children stolen by Viceroy Alberich, the Fairy King.
Now 25 years younger,Mordecai and Rigby must work together to reform Alberich's miscreant children if they want their own returned to them. Collects Regular Show Skips Boom Story and art by Madeline Rupert. Have you seen Skips? He's a blue jeancomb-overwhiteyeti. What's not to love? Skips is one of the least vocal characters on the show, so you'll appreciate he's the main dude for once, because it's usually the quiet ones you have to watch out for! In an effort to lift morale at the Park, Pops sends Skips, Mordecai, Rigby, and Benson on a vacation of Skips' choosing, which takes them to Skips just wants a peaceful few days with nature but this vacation has other plans.
Trapped in a day that will never end, Skips must rely on the help of a new friend to stop the park from exploding and hopefully save the world in the process.
Collects Regular Show Kaboom Cover by Chris Houghton. It's a comic that is anything but regular! Benson just wants to have a quiet concert in the park Will Mordecai and Rigby be able to stop the moshing before it gets out of control? Frosty Christmas: Santa Christmas: Rudolph Christmas: Vault of Horror EC: Dollar Bin Codeword. Date This week Last week Past month 2 months 3 months 6 months 1 year 2 years Pre Pre Pre Pre Pre s s s s s s Search Advanced. That fear of growing old, of your own mortality staring you in the face for probably the first time, is what made this series so profound.
Christopher Hastings boldly stares that terror down and cracks a smile as he flips it the bird. As we realize, alongside Rigby and Mordecai, growing up is an adventure in and of itself, and it shouldn't be feared.
It should be embraced. Running around and doing whatever we wanted as kids was a ton of fun, but there's no reason why the same can't be said of adulthood.
Sure, raising a family is a great challenge that comes with a massive amount of responsibility, but it's still an adventure in its own right, the likes of which our younger selves could never imagine or comprehend. There is so much to unpack in this book, which is not what I expected going in. It assures you that getting older can be difficult, but that you never have to do it alone. Your best friends are your best friends for a reason, and they aren't going to stop their journey with you just because the adventure looks different.
All that to say, it was a joy and honor to review Regular Show: 25 Years Later over the past few months. Not only was it fun, but it also helped me reflect on some of my biggest fears. And we're actually more structured for 16 pages. We gotta let backup artists and writers have some fun there too.
Dave: Who is your favorite character to draw? Allison: Rigby is a lot of fun because he's the most expressive of the group and I get to play a bit more. Who is your favorite character to write? KC: Same, Rigby. Dave: Each issue is mainly a self contained story right? KC: Not yet no. So far I am planning each story to be about two issues long cus that feels like a good length for a Regular Show story to unfold and finish up.
There might be some longer ones down the line. Dave: Anything else you'd like to say? Allison: I'm just excited and incredibly thankful to have this opportunity. I get to combine my love of comics with my favorite cartoon. I can't ask for much more, but I hope you will enjoy it! KC: It's cool to kind of get a second chance at Regular Show since I did a storyboard test for it years ago before it started. Plus it's easier to do the comic on the opposite coast the cartoon is produced from, so that is cool too.
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