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Bee and Puppycat is really, really cute. It is also funny, bizarre, and occasionally wistful. The beginnings of a plot prod gently at her from time to time, but never with anything like urgency -- two issues into its run, Boom! In these qualities, Bee and Puppycat is right in line with Adventure Time, Steven Universe, and Bravest Warriors, its closest brethren in tone and form. But Bee and Puppycat stands out among them, and marks a sea change in comics -- particularly in how franchises are formed, what is considered marketable, and what demographics are seen as worthy of being catered to. In its weird, witty way, I believe that Bee and Puppycat emblematizes the future of this industry. There is, most obviously, the newness of its format.
She built up a big fan-following on Tumblr while working on the Adventure Time cartoon, then created gender-swapped characters Fionna and Cake that became so popular they put them into the show. How could we NOT publish it? It's a slice-of-life story with a twist, and it has so much comedy and enchantment you can't help but be swept up.
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