Bravest Warriors Episode 9 is next. Watch Bravest Warriors Episode 9 Online as We've been waiting months — countless aeons of interstellar time! — to watch Bravest Warriors, the space adventure show created by Adventure Time's Pendleton Ward. And now, not only is there a new comic book on the stands, but the first episode is live at Cartoon Hangover, the YouTube channel for Fred Seibert's Frederator Studios.
Any show where you get to hear the line, "Professor Fartsparkles will explain, but first I must wake him from his Time Nap," is an instant classic in my book. And hey, read our exclusive interview with Pendleton Ward here! The Adventure Time comic by Ryan North, Shelli Paroline and Braden Lamb came out this week, the latest sign of success for the Cartoon Network show. But just in case you were worried that Adventure Time creator Pendleton Ward was content to rest on his laurels and bask in Finn and Jake's success, take heart: There's art for his next project already going up at Cartoon Hangover.
It's called Bravest Warriors, it focuses on "four 16 year-old heroes for hire warping around galaxies, saving cute alien worlds with their emotions," and it looks awesome.
The team first showed up in 2009 in a series of shorts on Nickelodeon's Random! Cartoons:
New art appeared online last October on a promotional postcard drawn by Ward that laid out what I assume is going to be a central conflict of the series:
I think we've all been on that farty planet at one time or another, unable to share our true feeilngs despite the power of our chunky spacesuits.
Since then, they've been offering up more refined designs and concept art from artists Phil Rynda, Romney Caswell, Steven Sugar and show-runner Breehn Burns, including a more detailed look at a few of the characters. First up was the "super-dang lovable" Wallow:
Next, Beth Tezuka, whose hover pants and love of punching are pretty clear signs that she might've been named for the legendary creator of Astro Boy.
Pendleton Ward is a busy man. As the creator behind Cartoon Network’s insanely popular series Adventure Time, it would seem that Ward is ramping up for a brand new show called BRAVEST WARRIORS as reported by Cartoon Hangover and Comics Alliance along with co-creator Breehn Burns. Although it would appear to be something that’s currently in development, no official word has been made by any major networks that it will be coming to TV screens anytime soon (take from that what you will).
The concept for Bravest Warriors actually originated back in 2006 when Ward and Frederator Studios were at Nickelodeon working on Random! Cartoons shorts. While the initial concept was about “four 13-15 year old space travelers warping around through galaxies saving cute alien worlds with their emotions” the revised pitch has aged them to all be 16 Heroes-for-Hire