Rated 4.87 out of 5 based on 15 customer ratings
(15 customer reviews)


On their way to escape the zombie plague affecting Southern California Regina Ragowski and her fiance, Marine CPL Sean Perkins argue about her attitude as of late as they attempt to make it to National Guard Base Camp Roberts. Will they make it? The Quest for Pants starts here!


On their way to escape the zombie plague affecting Southern California Regina Ragowski and her fiance, Marine CPL Sean Perkins argue about her attitude as of late as they attempt to make it to National Guard Base Camp Roberts. Will they make it? The Quest for Pants starts here!

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15 reviews for RAGS:1

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    GrandComics (verified owner)

    Very promising new comic book series with a lot of depth and easter eggs. Definitely highly recommended.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    1alienscomicfan (verified owner)

    Really good comic. The art is fantastic and the story is pretty good so far. I look forward to reading more in the near future. Definitely worth your purchase.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    combatwombat (verified owner)

    Better than the crap you find at the comic book store nowadays!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Caveat (verified owner)

    An excellent blend of humor and action with a very memorable protagonist. The author has thrown in several Easter Eggs throughout the story which has made for a more enjoyable reading experience. Still haven’t found them all despite multiple readthroughs.

    The art is very well done and something I can’t praise enough.
    Hoping for prints soon from the author store as I would love to one on my wall at home.

    Highly reccomend this series and greatly looking forward to the next issue.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Oniburn666 (verified owner)

    If you like any zombie genre with down to earth vulgar language, attractive art, and solving problem, (solving problem as in solving where this b***h can find some pants) this is your book. Jokes aside it has good art and in the prologue plus the 1st issue I found myself wanting more due to my curiosity of wanting to find out how this interesting story will progress. It’s just a dollar but I’m sure after you read it just like me you’ll want to see this not only in physical form but maybe in graphic novel form with volumes. The only criticism I have is the lettering which is mediocre and minor. Things like that on a indy comic are understandable and can be over looked. Its a interesting read all and all and I will definitely buy another print to support it.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Fidget (verified owner)

    I’m hooked on this series!

    There’s some great use of color through this whole comic that lets you know what should be noticed. The line work is top notch quality for both indie and from high end companies.

    The main hero’s story keeps you hooked as we are granted a look at a fierce ex soldier who is struggling from past mistakes that are the product of a past she keeps hidden.

    The story doesn’t become preachy or annoying like other zombie stories do. It focuses on one hero struggling with everything that just occurred and real emotion is exposed as the situation becomes worse. Even the background characters have some nice design and character to them.

    It’s a great story and I look forward to getting a copy of the physicals!

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    UnrankedChevron (verified owner)

    While the premise alone (ginger, half-naked, zombie-slaying marine vet survives the Zombie Apocalypse) is enough for me, the art is consistently really good and the writing is surprisingly emotional and deep. Not kid friendly but otherwise anyone should find something to like.

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    Trandraskell (verified owner)

    Great Comic! Did not pick up on some of the Easter eggs in the comics, once I did I enjoyed it even more! I am looking forward to where this goes next! Great art and story! Keep up the good Job!

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    ruthven78 (verified owner)

    some of my favorite things put into a comic. Promising, the dialogue isnt overkilled like most of the mainstream comics, let’s the artwork tell its share of the story. Well done.

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    maurice_peyton (verified owner)

    Now this is what a comic should have! Great art, dynamic characters, and great storyline leaving you begging for more! Definitely looking out for issue 2.

  11. Rated 5 out of 5

    Impacto! Comics (verified owner)

    Very recommendable and a very promising start. The premise is a little strange, but it works. The art is great and dramatic. Sadly, I was clueless about the easter eggs across the story.

  12. Rated 4 out of 5

    Lance Lucero Warehouse 9 Productions (verified owner)

    Great indie comic!
    At first I was not entirely interested in another zombie apocalypse series, but then it was quickly established that the theme is just the backdrop to the story. We get to follow a very interesting character with depth, Regina Ragowsky.
    The art is amazing! The layout is very sequential and fun. The coloring design is very cool. I find it interesting that the coloring focuses on what’s poignant within the panel. The coloring of Regina is very fascinating. She is a work of art in every panel.
    The lettering is a bit too big. To me it takes away from the art. I think the dialogue balloons can be a little smaller.
    This series is definitely worth the buy! I do recommend the unconcerned version though, in order to preserve the amazing art!
    Great job!

  13. Rated 5 out of 5

    LordElfa (verified owner)

    Incredible art, phenomenal detail, compelling characters. There is simply nothing to be lost by purchasing these comics but plenty to lose if you don’t.

  14. Rated 5 out of 5

    graceharney999 (verified owner)

    regina ragowski is one tough chick. it’s hard not to admire her when I realized I’m just scratching the surface on how much she’s been through. she struggles to hold it together, but when the time comes, you’d never know she’s hurting. can’t wait for more! and those drawings! just love ’em.

  15. Rated 4 out of 5

    Javier Vega (verified owner)

    It was a interesting story, its something you would read on Heavy Metal Magazine if it was published. I like the Art style it reminds a bit of Tsutomu TAKAHASHI style of art mix with of more moderate style comic that I find entertaining. It felt short but I hope the next issue will be interesting to read.

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Brian Ball- Writer / Co-Creator of RAGS: is a 16 year Army veteran who has decide to sell all of his belongings to tell his magnum opus. A story that involves trying to find a purpose after you leave the military, and finding that battle buddy who’ll pick you up after you’ve fallen off the wagon. Also loves the smell of coke.

Trent Luther- Creator/ Plot development: is arguably the brains behind the whole thing. Hates the spotlight but is getting mentioned anyway for legals reasons.

Artwork by Luigi Teruel. (Place Holder line to say something witty about Luigi. Don’t forget to delete this later. But you’re probably going to forget aren’t you? AREN’T YOU!!!? Seriously delete this.)

Liz Finnegan: Our muse, the literal face of the operation! Follow her football tweets here: https://twitter.com/TheGingerarchy