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Bruno the Bandit

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Genre: Fantasy
Date Added: Before Time Began
Last Update: 22 November 2013
Current Comic Ranking: 9596/23597
Views This Month: 30   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 42   (More...)
Favourite of: 99 members
Status: Normal (?)

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The adventures of the notorious Bruno and his dragonling friend Fiona. Bruno always has a scheme to make money, but has to deal a one armed thief of a father and a goodie-goodie warrior babe for a mother. This comic often contains social and political commentary relevant to current events.

Current image by: Aster Azul

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Aster Azul 5/5
Bruno the Bandit is one of the most professional comics I have ever seen published on the web.

The stories are mostly very well done spoofs of modern culture in a fantasy setting, my personal favorites of which are "The Forbidden Game" and "Free Will." The characters are always endearing; the relationship between Bruno and Fiona is at a parody of many partner-in-crime fellowships, and endearing at the same time.

The whole comic is like that, really. It's humorous and exciting, but in the end, no matter how biting the humor is, you still love all of the characters. Villains, heroes, bandits, they're all the same in McDonald's world.

Keep plying the your trade of rogues, Ian!

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