RAGS: PROLOGUE

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 20 customer ratings
(21 customer reviews)

$0.99

Description

Marine Corps Veteran Regina Ragowski is trapped naked and alone in the town of Paso Robles during the Zombie Outbreak. In order to survive she’ll need to avoid the zombies and find food, shelter and weapons…but most importantly….a clean pair of pants.

21 reviews for RAGS: PROLOGUE

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jmbrackett (verified owner)

    I’m all set for a BA female lead, zombies aren’t my jam but I look forward to seeing where this goes

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    ComixCentral (verified owner)

    LOVE! Wow.. the art is absolutely stunning and the story pulled me right in like a great film! Not sure why the female lead is pretty much naked through the whole book, but looking forward to seeing where this is leading. If it’s headed in animal onesies direction, I’m all in!

    RAGS… take me away!!!
    5 Big ol’ stars! I’m hooked;)
    -Leigh Jeffery

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Andrew Acosta (verified owner)

    Love the zombie/survival/Apocalypse genre and mixing it with a naked redhead Marine with green eyes and freckles… yes please. The artwork is awesome; very detailed; looks like 3D models but not blatantly so. The facial expressions and the zombies are done well too. The pacing of the story was also done extremely well; always moving never slowed down by too much dialog. My only complaint would be the background color is the same shade used on the characters which makes it indistinguishably. I would suggest always keeping the characters a lighter shade of the background so they always stand out; except in the case when you want a character hidden from the viewer. Highly recommend getting this comic.

  4. ComixCentral (verified owner)

    Awarded the CXC Comic of the Week September 25, 2017

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    cgraz (verified owner)

    AWESOME! Loved this comic. I am already a big fan of the zombie genre and I cannot wait to see what happens next in RAGS. Amazing artwork- the color contrast here is a really interesting way to go, and I can’t get over how crazy the zombies look. GIMME MORE!

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    DarkFilly (verified owner)

    Great read for multiple reasons. The art is fantastic, so much so the guns are actually drawn like real guns! I like the style of coloring as well, where selective things are colored against a greyscale back drop which helps make things POP! The story itself is a great set up to what looks to be a great series. Exciting, comfortable yet fast pace and it really gets you into the moment. The humor is good and is inserted in a way that feels natural for the scenario. Definitely a good pick up and I look forward to more. If you have been looking for a comic with zombies, look no further!

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dreadnot (verified owner)

    The action was very easy to follow and was, ahem, stimulating. Despite being short, I got a good grasp on the main characters personality. Well worth the dollar, and I will be keeping up with this series.

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    Joshua Foster (verified owner)

    Redhead searching for pants… Zombies… Violence… aaaaand its funny… #Fap #Takemymoney

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    shultiss (verified owner)

    Just found this one & am super stoked to see where it goes! Wanted to thank you fellas for your service as a brother in arms & retiring Veteran (-Master Sergeant). Great humor, great Art/Composition & Layout. Go get’m!!!

    ***** Hell the Army didn’t even give Schwarzkopf 5 stars,… so don’t spend ’em all in one place. For those looking for a good energetic Indie Comic with an action comedy vibe & touch of horror

    -“this is your RAG!”

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    UKWolf (verified owner)

    Just brought this and already looking forward to more, the art style is amazing and the story extremely interesting and I can’t wait to see where it goes

  11. Rated 5 out of 5

    elisa_stryker (verified owner)

    I’d give this all the stars if I could. This is a fresh twist on comics that I’ve seen in a while. Plus the artwork is amazing.

  12. Rated 5 out of 5

    Irenestark2017 (verified owner)

    I highly recommend this — it’s a short 14 page comic (right now), which I found funny. It’s a nice jab at the impracticalness of bikinis in a zombie apocalypse. I’m excited to see more from this creative team.

  13. Rated 5 out of 5

    ChazWood (verified owner)

    Well, I absolutely hate zombies. I mean, really loathe, despise, and abhor the whole genre – as far as movies and TV are concerned, anyway. In comix, I’m more inclined to be generous, and their presence didn’t put me off downloading this, so that had to be an indication of how intrigued I was by this title.

    I can’t actually find any fault in this prologue, and I’m a picky bastard. That’s not grammar-nazi picky, but Grand Fuhrer-grammar-nazi-picky, because it’s my job to be so, and I’m also officially OCD which feeds into my obsessions with detail and correctness. The art is technically flawless, and reminds me of classic old-school manga. The censorship labels are distracting but I assume are absent in the fully paid-up editions. However, I don’t think I’ll ever feel good about charging money for digital comix media ever again, unless I can somehow gene-splice myself with Katsuhiro Otomo and snort the same art-inducing drugs as Simon Bisley.

    Hard to tell at this stage how the sexploitation/sexualisation angles will get handled, or if that’s all part of the satire. Maybe I’ll find out further down the line.

  14. Rated 5 out of 5

    maurice_peyton (verified owner)

    If you’re looking for a change from what’s going on in mainstream comics, I highly recommend this comic. There is some fanservice, but it never interferes with the over all story. Not sure how our protagonist ended up in nothing but a bikini starting out, but that doesn’t matter. The art is good and it’s really funny. I don’t do this often (even with something that is actually good), but it gets 5/5 easy. No flaws that caught my attention.

  15. Rated 5 out of 5

    Meatbag (verified owner)

    Girls and guns, that gets it a few stars on its own. Seriously though, it’s a solid start. Looking forward to what comes next.

  16. Rated 5 out of 5

    combatwombat (verified owner)

    Great Story and Art!

  17. Rated 5 out of 5

    Anthony Cleveland (verified owner)

    I really want to see where its going to go. Plus, the tactical onesie cover is a great tease. The nudity is a little over the top and feels like an unnecessary focus, but above that it’s a solid indie preview.

  18. Rated 5 out of 5

    Stephen McCoy (verified owner)

    Very Interesting. Definitely want to read more!

  19. Rated 5 out of 5

    LordElfa (verified owner)

    If you’re going to owe them all you have to start with the beginning.

  20. Rated 5 out of 5

    graceharney999 (verified owner)

    this is an excellent preface to a zombie story, and after all the stuff that been done already, I can’t believe someone thought of something that’s not only new, but fresh, engaging and captivating! and the artwork is to die for! amazing work!

  21. Rated 5 out of 5

    MichaelMoody (verified owner)

    I really enjoyed this. I am a huge zombie genre fan and this one is a keeper. Nice work!

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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