Hell Was Full

Illustrated by Branson Reese
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About The Book

Mainline pure Hell Was Full in this eye-scractchingly hilarious collection, complete with the infamous alt text and an illogical amount of brand new material.

A group of raccoons gnaw on God’s severed head; a man brags to his friend about driving a Transformer out of its own funeral; a toaster revolts against its master. These are just some of the scenes in the pitch-black world of Hell Was Full, the popular webcomic that blends the bleak and the absurd into a delicious dadaist cocktail.

About The Author

Branson Reese lives and draws in Brooklyn, NY. He started making Hell Was Full shortly after the 2016 election as a way to process all the weirdness and despair hanging over everything through a comic lens. The self-described “illegally handsome” cartoonist’s work quickly found a large and passionate audience online after one of his comics “One Fear” was turned into a viral meme (“One Fear/No Fear”) and another of his comics “The Person Who Discovered Sharks” sparked a massive Twitter event that still attracts fans to this day. He has written for We Bare Bears on Cartoon Network. His work has been featured in BuzzFeed, Paste, and Splitsider. Recent successes include being told to “delete this” by hundreds of teens after posting a drawing of Kelsey Grammer as Frieza from Dragonball Z.

About The Illustrator

Branson Reese lives and draws in Brooklyn, NY. He started making Hell Was Full shortly after the 2016 election as a way to process all the weirdness and despair hanging over everything through a comic lens. The self-described “illegally handsome” cartoonist’s work quickly found a large and passionate audience online after one of his comics “One Fear” was turned into a viral meme (“One Fear/No Fear”) and another of his comics “The Person Who Discovered Sharks” sparked a massive Twitter event that still attracts fans to this day. He has written for We Bare Bears on Cartoon Network. His work has been featured in BuzzFeed, Paste, and Splitsider. Recent successes include being told to “delete this” by hundreds of teens after posting a drawing of Kelsey Grammer as Frieza from Dragonball Z.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Oni Press (June 16, 2020)
  • Length: 196 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781620107430

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