"In the parched wastelands of California, a lovable drunken lowlife named Denis awakens on the outskirts of an odd little village called Nowhere, home to a friendly populace of deformed, mutated, and just-left-of-normal citizens. Not knowing where he is or how he got there (or if the town is even real), Denis is given quarter in a flophouse above a bar and acquaints himself with the townsfolk - but just when he starts to regain his memories, his past...
The Black Badges, a top-secret branch of boy scouts tasked with covert missions that no adult could ever undertake, have always been shrouded in mystery...until now. As the modern-day squad of Badges races to solve the murder of one of their own, they'll discover the secrets of their organization's past may be the key to building a better tomorrow.
Collects issues #9-12.
The Black Badge program has been around for generations, and has a storied history to match. The Black Badge program is built on legacies, on recommendations, on families. How many fathers have sent their sons to a new class of Black Badges?
The Eisner Award-nominated series comes to a close as the Grass Kingdom wards off attacks from both outwards and within. Their kingdom is crumbling, their trust in one another is shaken, yet the three brothers must find a way to put their differences aside and defend the sacred land that's been passed down through generations. From New York Times bestselling author Matt Kindt (Mind MGMT) and illustrator Tyler Jenkins (Peter Panzerfaust), Grass Kings...
The Black Badges are invited to the compete in the Badge of Champions-a gigantic secret convention where scouts from competing disciplines meet every year for a cut-throat survival course. The objective is to win-no matter the cost.
The stakes are turned all the way up when blood enemies Surka and Hisa are stranded together on a mysterious, far-off world. Can they survive an epic journey across space and time, fraught with pleasures and peril? Can they survive each other?
With the summer over, the Badges return to school to maintain their cover as normal children. But this glimpse into the everyday world forces them to confront a life in which they were never recruited.