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Bob Burden comic

Gumby's Summer Fun Special

Gumby's Summer Fun Special

"Now, Gumby was always at least a little bit surreal – he was a boy made out of clay whose best friend was a talking horse, and he got in and out of trouble by changing his shape – but Burden’s brand of surrealism is not quite the same as that of Art Clokey, who invented Gumby back in the ‘50s. So if there are any grumpy old Gumby purists out there, they might not like this. Anyone with vaguer memories of Gumby, or no knowledge of him at all, though, will be enchanted".

Bob Burden's Original Mysterymen Comics

Bob Burden's Original Mysterymen Comics

On a bleak, cold, overcast winter Sunday morning, a hung over detachment of Mysterymen scour a Brooklyn ship scrapyard for a monster of unknown origin. Auteur Bob Burden's most riveting new era of stories, drawn by an international host of artists. This issue features The Strangler, Spleen, Hummer and Masked Marauder.

Warrior Nun Areala: Portraits

Warrior Nun Areala: Portraits

Covers are regular, gold foil, and commemorative.

Gumby (2006)

Gumby (2006)

After decades, Gumby and Pokey return in an all-new, full-color series, written and drawn by the Eisner Award-winning team of Bob Burden and Rick Geary! In this first charming and surreal adventure, Gumby and his friends help some mistreated circus clowns escape, only to find out why the nasty buggers were restrained in the first place, after the wicked funsters go on a rampage! Also, the little green boy suffers his first twinge of a crush!

Flaming Carrot Special

Flaming Carrot Special

Finally: proof that the Flaming Carrot is REAL!!! With comics on the fast track to the movie screen, isn't it time that the movie screen came to comics? Flaming Carrot's great detective-ness gets to the bottom of a mysterious series of events at a comic convention! Everyone's pockets are disappearing! Will Flaming Carrot discover the mystery in time or get side-tracked by the convention sirens? Fun, action and numerous cameos by comic book celebrities! "Filmed" Fumetti style!

Flaming Carrot Comics (2004)

Flaming Carrot Comics (2004)

(Note: This is issue 33 in the main series).

Flaming Carrot Comics (1988)

Flaming Carrot Comics (1988)

UT! Here he comes again! That's right, the one, the only, Flaming Carrot! In this, his first issue to appear under the Dark Horse Banner, the Carrot attempts to tame Uncle Billy's new mail order bride when she turns out to be a wild woman! Don't miss out on the further adventures of the strangest man alive!

Flaming Carrot Comics (1984)

Flaming Carrot Comics (1984)

Flaming Carrot, a magnificent creation of the legendary man known as Bob Burden is best renown for his solo series, Flaming Carrot Comics which was first published by Aardvark-Vanaheim. Of course like all good things, things wouldn't last and after a five issue run the title was given to Renegade (Flaming Carrot Comics) and despite that previous insinuation at the beginning of this sentence the series was as good as ever, continuing all the way up until the seventeenth issue. Finally it made it's final transition of publishers unto Dark Horse (Flaming Carrot Comics) where it remained until its thirty-first issue. The series was partially collected by Dark Horse (Flaming Carrot Comics Collected Album) and spawned an annual (Flaming Carrot Comics Annual) and later a special, Flaming Carrot Comics Special by Image (under their Desperado imprint) who now have the rights of the comic.



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