Bee and Puppycat, Vol. 1 by Natasha AllegriNatasha Allegris smash hit YouTube animated series comes to comic books!
A quirky new take on the magical girl genre with Bee, the forever unemployed main character who cant seem to figure out life, and the mysterious PuppyCat, a stray...whatever it is...that she stumbled across who has a powerful secret. You might already love it if youre one of the thousands who supported the Kickstarter campaign, but for those of you just joining us, if you like stories that feature magical girls like SAILOR MOON, MADOKA MAGICA, and POWERPUFF GIRLS, you will enjoy BEE AND PUPPYCAT! Its a slice-of-life story with a twist, and it has so much comedy and enchantment you cant help but be swept up. Natasha Allegri is simply amazing. 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. Then, she created BEE AND PUPPYCAT and it became the most funded web series project in Kickstarter history. How could we NOT publish it?
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Bee and Puppycat Comic #1
Have you ever wondered what a something magical girl might be like? If so, you should probably plan on picking up a copy of Bee and Puppycat, created and co-written by Natasha Allegri. The comic, based on the animated webseries of the same title, tells the tale of hapless Bee and the mysterious Puppycat, who fell out of the sky and changed both of their lives forever. Even before the first season of the series broke the record for the most successfully funded webseries on Kickstarter, BOOM! Allegri has noted that Bee and Puppycat has several style and story influences, and the most obvious of them all may be Sailor Moon.
She adopts this apparent cat-dog hybrid, and together they go on a series of temporary jobs to pay off her monthly rent. Critical reception for the series has been positive, though some fans have criticized the art and tone changes between the pilot and the Kickstarter backed full series. Times listed it as one of the best TV shows of the year. Club favorably rated the episode "Food Farmer", which they felt did a good job expanding Bee's character. It will be followed by a new series titled Bee and PuppyCat: Lazy in Space in ,  the first episode of which is scheduled to debut at the Ottawa International Animation Festival on September 26, Bee is a cheerful young woman in her early twenties who is habitually fired from menial, low-paying jobs. On her way home from a failed job opportunity, PuppyCat, a strange, mysterious creature, falls from the sky.