‘Cyberfrog: Warts and All’ Graphic Novel Review

Ethan Van Sciver gave fans a rare treat with the release of ‘Cyberfrog: Warts and All‘ the complete 90s comic book collection featuring the early days of his infamous cybernetic amphibian.

Cyberfrog is a New York City anti-hero who goes to war with a brutal street gang called Traffik. He has no issue taking them out in brutal fashion and comes out agitated by the lack of appreciation he receives in saving people. As he fights with gang members, he encounters another enemy: Deathfly. This one is a large mutant fly who has a human identity as Ben Riley, a high school student who develops unhealthy relationships with girls only to eat them in his monstrous form. He soon develops an obsession with Heather Swain, who soon becomes Cyberfrog’s only friend, though he later learns he has a brother, Salamandroid.

Though originally published in the pages of Harris Comics and Hall of Heroes, Van Sciver released these under his All Caps imprint with a brand new cover that features all of the fan-favorite characters. It was cool to see his vision for the character, a grumpy, nihilistic cybernetic frog who breaks the fourth wall. He is very cool, sleek, and the humor in it is pretty on point. As a fan of Cyberfrog: Bloodhoney, it was cool to see the early days that were expanded on from Unfrogettable Tales.

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