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issue two page one
by David Schrader
Baby Badass is an action comedy set in the semi-distant future about a military experiment gone wrong; a salty soldier clone with the strength of thirty men, impervious to pain, and trapped inside the body of a little baby. Teaming up with the sexy cocktail waitress who saves him, they're on the run from the Government in a country gone mad. It's Sin City meets South Park meets... uh, Universal Soldier? You know, the sorta crappy first one, not the really crappy second one.
Baby Badass is more than a comic book, it's a pitch-perfect parody of the often exploitive, violent, sexist machismo made famous by Frank Miller's Marvel creations. It stars a diminutive anti-hero giving a grizzled performance that riffs on the standard archetypes while providing an original comic identity to the title character.
The broad strokes of this blunt, barbaric comedy are served with a sly sophistication that entwines superhero lore, American bloodlust, and potential future geopolitical events with some of the more extreme elements of our current paranoid political culture. Also, there are lots of poop jokes.
Keep in mind there can be somewhat mature content!
cover issue one
"Baby needs his bloodbath."
Published through Hybrau comics Baby Bad Ass issue one inaugurated an insane bloodbath inside a biker bar!
Watch as he takes down row after row of unsuspecting angry bikers hell bent on revenging their leader Shiver's wounded pride and swollen head from being tossed a hundred feet out of a broom closet!
He meets up with Joey (the Daisy Duke look-alike on the cover) and together the two of them literally ride off into the sunset.
This comic has been reviewed by Comic Bastards.
© 2016 David Schrader