Sean Michael Konot
What's life without your friends, right? The good ones will stick with you through anything, won't they? Find out here why Brás' best friend has given that up and how far Brás is willing to go to get him back.
Brás is going through one of those days that seems like a lifetime; when so many things happen and change so fast and so dramatically that he can't keep track of what the hell is going on. In this penultimate issue to the acclaimed miniseries, can he figure things out before it's too late?
They were two of Entertainment Weekly's Top 100 stars to watch. They've won multiple Eisners and have worked with the top names of comics and pop culture from Joss Whedon (Sugar Shock) and Mike Mignola (BPRD: 1947) to Gerard Way (Umbrella Academy) and Matt Fraction (Casanova).
"I hate you, you piece of s---!" Those were her last words before she left him. If all we need is love, how do we keep going once we lose it? To find out, Bras' father will take him to the desert and take Bras' best friend to an art show.
Brás is constantly on the road, but that doesn't stop a caring husband and loving father from having a big role in his family's daily life. Do they miss him? Can they manage well enough while he's away? And how large a hole would he leave if he weren't there anymore?
A great writer once said that we have to die to prove that we've lived. For nine beautiful issues, Bá and Moon have chronicled the different deaths of Brás de Oliva Domingos, so what's left to say? Now, with the final chapter, there's no turning back – for them or Brás. How brave must you be to keep going when you know death is the final outcome?
While traveling through idyllic rural Brazil, Bras and his best friend Jorge are having the time of their lives. Staring nature in the eye, learning more about the local people and customs – life is good and the future is bright. But when Bras meets the incredibly sultry Olinda, suddenly nothing is so certain anymore.Continuing the highly anticipated, rich new series from Eisner Award winners Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon!
"Honest and arousing, everything about Fabio Moon's artwork is sexy – even when it's dirty and lonely. Once I started reading DAYTRIPPER, I couldn't put it down!"– Jeff Smith (Bone)It's a day of celebration as Brás' son is born! But why is Brás' mother at the hospital before him? And when it comes to his family getting bigger, why might he not want to welcome all its new members?