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Teen Boat (with John Green)
Alexandra Graudins provides production help on Starbunny, Inc. so you should go check out her comics!
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StarBunny, Inc. is written & illustrated by Dave Roman. A new page will be posted every Wednesday. Thanks for reading!
You can email Dave at dave(at)yaytime.com
Starbunny, Inc. follows the adventures of a lactose intolerant bunny who travels from planet to planet trying to find the perfect job. Along the way, he gets involved with ruthless business birds, navigates dangerous storms, takes on robotic ice soldiers, and meets a dark star who might just go supernova!
The Hoppowitz family runs the largest milkshake company on the planet, where each bunny is
assigned their own star to be their personal assistant, guiding them through life. Blue, the oldest sibling, was expected to inherit the role of CEO until his brother convinces the shareholders that Blue’s lactose intolerance is a liability to their milkshake legacy. Forced to find a job on his own, Blue also separates from his guiding star over irreconcilable differences. Content to work at a local appliance store, his new boss insists that Blue needs a quest to find his true calling.
Taking inspiration from his famous Grandma, Blue packs his bags and travels the galaxy looking for the perfect job. But the quest ends up being more than he bargained for when a dark star guides Blue to a planet full of birds, and he decides to find out what it’s like to work for the enemy.
Will Blue ever find a place in the galaxy where he belongs? Or will he have to build it
Welcome to Starbunny.net – the soon-to-be launching new webcomic by Dave Roman. Keep an eye on this site in June for the start of new pages!
Till then you can read the prequel story “The Great Bunny Migration” in its entirety.
This story originally appeared in Flight volume 3 (but I did some minor text tweaks for continuity with the new comic series).