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Suburban Fairy Tales

By Francis Bonnet


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  • May 21, 2024

    Alex Garcia

    Congratulations, Class of 2024!

    We’re celebrating “Graduation Season” at Comics Kingdom and are proud to welcome our latest lineup of outstanding new comics. These new comics are packed with unique stories and incredible artistry that are sure to entertain and captivate. Let’s dive into the latest members of our prestigious lineup! Flash Gordon Returning with a bang, Flash Gordon is back to dazzle new audiences with his epic space adventures. Initially created in 1934 by Alex Raymond, this legendary hero has inspired generations of comic fans and creators alike. The latest iteration by Dan Schkade brings fresh life to this iconic character, continuing his legacy with thrilling new escapades. Flash Gordon’s revival has even been featured in the Washington Post, highlighting its cultural impact and timeless appeal. Never Been Deader Tommy Devoid brings us the hilarious afterlife comedy Never Been Deader. Follow Lifeless Carl as he navigates the quirky world of the undead office. This comic adds a humorous twist to everyday workplace antics, making the afterlife seem oddly relatable and uproariously funny. Rosebuds Rosebuds by Supr Dee (Deon Parson) tells the heartwarming and lively tales of the Gonzalez sisters. Originally popular on social […]
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  • March 22, 2024

    Alex Garcia

    The Saga of Brann Bjornson and Suburban Fairy Tales with Stephen Webster & Francis Bonnett

    In this episode, Nadya Martinez dives into the vibrant world of two of Comics Kingdoms’ latest additions: The Saga of Brann Bjornsan by Stephen Webster and Suburban Fairy Tales by Francis Bonnet. Join us as we explore their comic origins, their journey to King Features, and much more! Saga is the story of a Viking named Brann Bjornson and his large family as they cope with the modernization of their Nordic medieval world. Some things, such as mead, magic, and horned helmets, have remained. But now, rather than fight dragons, Vikings, such as Brann, work for them. Trolls work in the IT department, and witches work in HR.   Saga’s protagonist Brann must now learn how to have adventures in a changed world, otherwise he’ll suffer from a midlife crisis.  Ever wonder what “Once upon a time…” would look like in modern-day suburbia? For the Three Little Pigs, it’s more like a “Happily Ever Disaster!” Join these three brothers and other Fairy Tale Favorites as they hopelessly stumble their way through everyday life! Little Pig #1, Little Pig #2, and Little Pig #3 strive to pay their rent and co-exist without […]
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