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Hybrid Bastards!

3.33 of 5 stars 3.33  ·  rating details  ·  18 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Zeus has an image he needs to protect, so those hybrid bastards of his—evidence of a most embarrassing infidelity—have got to go! And go they do, hunted down by Zeus's goons. All except a motley crew: Cotton, a smarmy cloth patchwork; Carmine, a timid automobile; Corey, a self-loathing apple; Walter, a belligerent stack of bricks; and Panos, their gallant would-be leader.

Hardcover, First Edition, 96 pages
Published June 30th 2010 by Archaia Studios Press (first published April 2010)
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Hybrid Bastards imagines that the goddess Hera and the god Hypnos put a spell on Zeus so that for one night, he fell in love with inanimate objects, birthing the hybrid bastards whose mothers were things like a car, apple tree, homeless man, etc.

Eighteen years later, the bastards start to assemble and form a plan to take revenge upon their absent father.

I love the concept and story...but I found the art to be difficult to follow.
Olivia Arrow
The author promised me this would be the weirdest comic in the whole world...and it was pretty damn weird! But funny and super imaginative. A new twist on the Greek gods, it reminds me of the strange plots of the old Greek stories. The artwork is really unique and mesmerizing, she works in ink and watercolors. It was a lot of fun to read the weird tale and stare at the bizarre art, worth checking out.
Loved this scratchy, cheerful, and balloony art. Not so captivated by the story, however.
Hilarious story with some stunning artwork - unfortunately the ending sucked
Clever premise, so-so execution. Not much depth to the story.
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