Updated on 16 October, 2021
Pbf Comics are a student magazine published by the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, CO. It is unlike most student newspapers you've probably read before. Nicholas Gurwitch co-founded the comics for student paper while still in college, after a short stint attempting to become a sports writer for the same paper. He discovered his true calling and joined Pbf as a staff writer/coffee editor before eventually becoming the co-owner of the company.
PBF Comics first appeared in issue #1, starting a whole new era for the comic strip. The first appearance represented a high school student's encounter with Superman. The comic strip went on to feature Superman as a frequent visitor to their campus, where he was depicted as the life of the party, throwing wild parties and declaring "It's my birthday!" frequently. This trend continued into several more appearances, each more outrageous than the last.
After several years P BF Comics went to a hiatus, but the spirit of the comic would rise again in the form of an anniversary edition. The Anniversary Edition featured a wide range of guest stars, many from the worlds of animation and film, drawing the attention of countless fans. Several of the original Pbf comics had been turned into full length movies, and several animation movies featured the characters of Pbf.
Recently the company has brought back Pbf comics to its classic form, and they have also done an incredible amount to celebrate their return. They have created a number of original short flash stories, a number of which will be featured in the upcoming 10th anniversary edition. More importantly, Pbf has put out several original one-shots chronicling the adventures of Pbf itself, along with some of its main and supporting characters. Flash art was especially made special for this release, as was the inclusion of a new cover by noted illustrator Tony Suede.
Each of these instalments is gorgeous, and they bring back some of the very best elements of Pbf that fans have come to love so much. In "Starring", a young artist takes a look at the life of Pbf, while simultaneously following the titular character on his various adventures. It's an excellent tale of family, love, and loss, and if you're looking for something unique and moving, then you might want to give this a read. It's definitely worth adding to your instagram collection, and it's certainly one of the most beloved instalments of Pbf to date.
"The Origin of Dragonball" is another short story, this time told through the voice of Dr. Slupin. The tale follows a young Dragonball Z fan as he watches the original animated series grow up before his eyes. It's a wonderful little tale of Dragonball z technology before it's given a full blown cartoon show, and it's a look at how important good visuals are to creating comic books that people love. And in a comic that's long been loved by children, it's a great little tale that kids will enjoy as well.
Finally, one of the most popular Pbf comics is "The King of Comics," written by writer Lee Solomon and illustrated by artist Tony Suede. It tells the story of King Piccolo, who is betrayed by his own father and taken over the planet by a mad man known as Frieza. While Piccolo tries to get back to his home, Frieza sneaks into the city and captures the young King, forcing Piccolo to train alone in order to be prepared for his battle with Frieza. It's a touching, funny, and truly inspiring tale of a true warrior and a brilliant creation of Lee Solomon.
So you can see there are a lot of award winning Pbf comics available. This means that anyone interested in these fantastic comics has a ton of options to choose from, as they've won every major award including the Hugo Award for Best Comic of 2009. There's no doubt that if you love these wonderful stories, you'll want to read as many of them as possible. Just browsing the Internet isn't sufficient to satiate your appetite for this wonderful comic hobby. Visit a local store or order a collection of Pbf comics online to satiate your hunger and provide yourself with hours of entertainment.