March 30, 2011

Brath Beefcake

The long hair, the hairy chest, the constant shirtlessness. It seems that Brath was made for Shirtless Superheroes! He is one hot fictinonal character. Unfortunately there was a criminal lack of Brath scans in this blog. We only had one post featuring him. Thankfully, Terry noticed this injustice and kindly sent us a bunch of scans featuring the CrossGen hunk. This first batch of scans are from Brath #2, #3, #5 & #6.






9 comments:

DAN said...

Never heard of this character or series before, that's what great about this blog: even lesser known characters get some "exposure!" HA!

pandesal said...

Hi, Dan. Brath was a character from the late and lamented CrossGen comics. Sadly, the book only lasted 14 issues before CG had to cease publication due to bankruptcy. But now that Marvel has recently relaunched GrossGen as an imprint, hopefully Brath will get his own limited or ongoing series. More beefcake for us! ;)

DAN said...

Hmmm...CrossGen, I only read Sojourn from them and was really mad when it ended with no real conclusion, must have been the bankruptcy that ended it.

pandesal said...

That's right, but at least now we have hope that Sojourn, Brath and the other books that were abruptly cut short will still have closure since Marvel is now reviving CrossGen. When CG went belly up, Disney acquired their assets, and now that Marvel is owned by Disney, they've started a CrossGen imprint. Ruse & Sigil just came out this month. Hopefully, they're gonna do the other books too.

DAN said...

Hope springs eternal after all! Thanks for the update\info.

pandesal said...

You're welcome! Stay tuned for more Brath & CrossGen scans.

DAN said...

Hey, with Marvel in control of the rights now I'm thinking a Sojourn Omnibus (or at least new TPBs with better binding) of the existing material will come when the series is relaunched or continued! :)

pandesal said...

There have been TPB's published by Checker Books in the past, hopefully they or Marvel will come out with more, it's inevitable.

DAN said...

I hated the Checker TPBs because they had them manufactured so cheaply and shoddily that the pages started to come loose after 1 reading.

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