Writer(s): D.E. Schrader
Artist Name(s): Tim Larsen
Cover A – Tim Larsen Regular Cover (unlimited)
Cover B – Leeahd Goldberg Variant Cover (limited to 1500)
Cover C – Leeahd Goldberg Risque Variant Cover (limited to 2000)

After a harrowing escape from M.O.T.H.E.R., Joey takes a shaken Baby Badass to Cinderville, a debauched desert outpost where he can “get some mud for his turtle.” A Spaxx-fueled sex session unlocks his memory just enough to reveal a disturbing and utterly demented origin story that we call, “Where Do Babies Come From?”

Special Features: Includes a regular and risqué variant cover by Leeahd Goldberg.

32 pgs./ M / FC $3.99

via Action Lab Entertainment


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  1. Highly recommend. After seeing some initial press on this, I bought Baby Bad Ass #1 out of curiousity and potential collectibility… Of course it is sockingly violent and absurd, but it is an extremely compelling, funny, and original satirical look at our (hopefully NOT anytime soon) future United States Under God. I think the exaggerated level of violence is appropriate to set the scene for this series… and am looking forward to seeing where Schrader/Larsen take our pint sized battle axe and innocent heroine next. I think Joey has potential to be a “Sarah Connor-esque” leader in this brave new world with a bad ass baby buzz saw cutting the path forward….I am looking forward to the next issue and I hope the creators take us there. Two thumbs up, go get it!

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