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Breakfast of the Gods Book One: The Last Good Morning By Brendan Douglas Jones


... Read It Now!
Kris Ramirez's Review of Breakfast of the Gods Book One: The Last Good Morning
Breakfast of the Gods Book One: The Last Good Morning is a very excellent story with the cereal characters we all know and love (or like). The story moves me.

I have been amazed by how someone could take famous characters of our favorite cereals and create such an amazing series.

I mean this is worthy enough to be an award winning series. I hope to see more from Book Three : Apocalypse Yum.

 Keep making this series very grand.

... read it now!


Adrien Cadoux's Review of Breakfast of the Gods Book One: The Last Good Morning
Shock and disaprroval melt away into a soggy mush of joy and admiration.
At first I was agen it. The whole idea of killing Buzz. "Oh no!" I thought. "It's gunna be one of those 'raping my childhood' stories!" But NO! I don't know HOW but it works. It just DOES!!! Brilliant! I SAY! The characters are portrayed acturatly, I don't really have one of those "HE'D NEVER SAY THAT!"moments, like in so manny other stories ofthis nature. OH sure Dig'em swears, but he's from the street, man. He's from th' hood. I don't know what else to say about it, but It must be read to be understood. And it must be seen to be beleved! CRUCHATIZE ME! CAP'N!!!! ... read it now!


Mark Shainblum's Review of Breakfast of the Gods Book One: The Last Good Morning
Brendan Douglas Jones is the Alan Moore of breakfast cereal! There is simply no other way to describe the brilliant parody, Breakfast of the Gods.

Brendan Douglas Jones is the Alan Moore of breakfast cereal! That's a strong (and infinitely weird) statement, but Breakfast of the Gods is a strong (and infinitely weird) webcomic.

Like the best art, reading this comic strip makes you uncomfortable, not least because it makes you aware just how deeply corporate icons like Tony the Tiger, Sugar Bear and Count Chocula have buried themselves in our collective psyche. No one in North America who grew up on Saturday morning cartoons will need any explanation or backstory to follow this comic (though presumably, someone from France or Botswana would find it utterly incomprehensible).

Jones' recasting the icons of Thiamine, Ribflavin and super-sweet sugar coatings as heroes in a Tolkienesque drama (with hints of the Crisis on Infinite Earths) is just brilliant. Or, dare I say it... it's GRRREEEAT! 

 

 

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Tony G's Review of Breakfast of the Gods Book One: The Last Good Morning
Your favorite breakfast time characters are reinvented in a wonderful, and to caution, violent, work of fiction.
I had happened unto Webcomics Nation only a couple of days ago, and already I have found several interesting and wonderful comics. The first that I have fondly appreciated is this, Breakfast of the Gods by Brendan Douglas Jones, in its first book 'The Last Good Morning'. What first struck me was when I first visited Jones website was the juxtaposition of breakfast time cartoon characters with such graphic violence (the last updated page presents the aftermath of a battle between Cap'n Crunch and King Ayummayumma). After this initial shock, I read the rest of Breakfast of the Gods archived work and was very impressed. First, I was very impressed with Jones writing for his series. The characters he reinvents are not too far astray from their roots that while you're reading his work you have a sense of nolstalgia. Most of the time the nolstalgia is a happy feeling, sometimes it's used to a contrasted effect... in example Sonny of Cocoa Puffs is presented as a crazed addict. Not too off the target, he is marketed that way... it's just sad to see him presented in such a way. Although, Breakfast of the Gods isn't exactly the happiest story to read. The art is fantastic, all of the characters have the same resemblences as they should (some are a bit more personalized for the dramatic flair) and so far this series is a remarkable read. I'll be frequenting this website as often as it updates. Peace out, Tony G. ... read it now!


Stan Yan's Review of Breakfast of the Gods Book One: The Last Good Morning
A part of a complete breakfast!
I just can't say enough about how funny this comic is, so I won't... trust me and read it. It's nostalgic, humorous and part of a complete breakfast. Great art too! ... read it now!


Ryan V's Review of Breakfast of the Gods Book One: The Last Good Morning
Toucan Sam
I predict that Toucan Sam will be making an appearance soon as a private detective. He'll sniff out the truth. Unless there's a bloodhound cereal character that I'm forgetting. ... read it now!


Kenneth Ashcraft's Review of Breakfast of the Gods Book One: The Last Good Morning
This is the most original and hilarious story I have read yet!!
You know... when someone takes a bunch of cereal characters from our childhood and makes a comic out of it you dont expect much. This comic is so well written and has such great art to back it up... this is big time. B.O.G. should be making bank! I love this series and I am gonna keep readin'!! ... read it now!


Antonio Quinonez's Review of Breakfast of the Gods Book One: The Last Good Morning
very fun
This is the first longer length web comic i've wanted to click thru and finish. thanks for the great treat. ... read it now!


Marvelous Patric's Review of Breakfast of the Gods Book One: The Last Good Morning
It's like saturday morning cartoon commercials come alive in my brain!
I was sent a link to this comic and on a whim, i checked it out. Boy am I glad I did! As kids, I think we all felt like all the cartoon mascots of our favorite breakfast cereals somehow knew each other. We'd watch one commercial after another on saturday mornings, then go eat which ever cereal had the best toy in it, as was told to us by said cartoon mascot. Still, I know I always wanted to see them all interact. I mean, on my table I saw Tony, Lucky, and Sam, so why didn't they get together on the tv? This comic is what I always wanted to see! Even long-forgotten mascots for cereal i'm not even sure exists any more are here! Drawn in a style that nails the feel of the characters, with brilliant gags subtlely woven into a darker mystery, Breaksast of the Gods is a comic that could only happen on webcomicsnation and you need to read it. ... read it now!


Joey Manley's Review of Breakfast of the Gods Book One: The Last Good Morning
A great parody of what happens when you take beloved children's characters and try to make them carry a "mature" story. And. Um. Also an engaging read in and of itself.
Breakfast of the Gods by Brendan Douglas Jones is a grim'n'gritty, multi-layered, high-concept superhero epic, starring beloved cereal mascots from out of our collective childhoods. Sort of like what Marvel and DC are up to these days, with their Crises and Wars and what have you -- except with Cap'n Crunch and Tony the Tiger instead of Captain America and Power Man. Highly recommended. Insert joke about nutritional requirements and daily allowances here. ... read it now!




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