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|title=<center>Bee and Puppycat Comic (Issues 12-16)</center>
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|imagecaption=Second printing of the second issue of the comic.
BOOM! Studios published 11 issues of a comic based on ''Bee and Puppycat'', a Cartoon Hangover animated web series produced by Frederator Studios, from 2014 to 2016.
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Issues #12-16 were going to come out as well, but the release date was delayed multiple times until they were finally cancelled, despite having already shown cover art and synopses.
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'''''Bee and Puppycat''''' is a franchise of Internet content that started as its own animated web series in July 2013.<ref>[http://beeandpuppycat.wikia.com/wiki/Bee_and_PuppyCat_(series) Series overview from Wikia.] Retrieved 17 Mar '17.</ref> The series was picked up and developed into a comic series in 2014 by '''BOOM! Studios''' where 11 issues were published.
  
In an email chain, the comic's creator and writer Natasha Allegri stated that the released blurbs were released ahead of time and the issues were never produced. The writers of the comic requested ending the series at Issue 11. However, Kaboom Comics had already advertised the unproduced future issues in the catalogue for marketing to comic stores. Despite this, the comics still never were in production at all.
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Issues #12-16 were catalogued and planned to be released, and the release date was pushed back numerous times. A listing is available of the five issues and their supposed plot summaries, which confused production even further.<ref>[http://www.bleedingcool.com/2016/05/30/boom-cancels-bee-and-puppycat-comic-11-was-its-last/ BleedingCool article about the cancellation.] Retrieved 14 Oct '16.</ref> Eventually, the comic's creator, Natasha Allegri, explained that these issues were never intended to be released and the series was left at its eleventh issue.
  
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While there is cover art and some synopses for those issues, it's unlikely that they'll be released at this point. If the creator is telling the truth, these issues also haven't been created yet and they likely never will be created.
http://www.bleedingcool.com/2016/05/30/boom-cancels-bee-and-puppycat-comic-11-was-its-last/
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Revision as of 16:47, 17 March 2017

Bee and Puppycat Issue 2.jpg

Second printing of the second issue of the comic.

Status: Cancelled


Bee and Puppycat is a franchise of Internet content that started as its own animated web series in July 2013.[1] The series was picked up and developed into a comic series in 2014 by BOOM! Studios where 11 issues were published.

Issues #12-16 were catalogued and planned to be released, and the release date was pushed back numerous times. A listing is available of the five issues and their supposed plot summaries, which confused production even further.[2] Eventually, the comic's creator, Natasha Allegri, explained that these issues were never intended to be released and the series was left at its eleventh issue.

While there is cover art and some synopses for those issues, it's unlikely that they'll be released at this point. If the creator is telling the truth, these issues also haven't been created yet and they likely never will be created.

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