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5 pgs. Appeared first time [B&W] in Hot Stuf’ #1 (1974). Reprinted [B&W] in Richard Corben Complete Works #3 (1987).
Story/Art: Richad Corben (in Complete Works version, written sign © 1973 Richard V. Corben, prob. added later). Lettered by hand (unknown).

France [FRA]: as “D.D.T.” in Razar le lâche (1976) and L’Echo des savanes spécial U.S.A. [I] #21 (1981), and as “Bug” in Ogre (1979).
Germany [GER]: as “Insekten” in Wer ist Richard Corben? (1982).
The Netherlands [NL]: as “Beestjes” in Richard Corben #1 [NL]: Elf Gruwelijke Verhalen (1980).
Spain [SPA]: as “La pulga” in Star #31 (1977), as “Cucaracha” in Ilustracion+Comix Internacional #10, as “Bichos” in Corben o la ternura del monstruo (1979), as “Bicho” in Richard Corben obras completas #6 (1986).
Sweden [SWE]: as “Kryp” in Tungmetall #27 (3/88).
Yugoslavia [YSL]: as “Kukac”, [B&W] in Spunk #17 (1981).

Style: B&W zipatone. Genre: SF. Time Span: Future. Nudity: Naked, voluptuous girl and naked men.
Keywords: Emergeny landing. Aliens. Prisoner. Escape.
Synopsis: Voluptuous girl makes an emergency landing and ends up as a prison of ant colony, until one of ants helps her escap.
Comment: One of Corben’s best B&W artwork. Male ant soldiers are mute or other way silent. Corben’s zipatones are just perfect. Voluptuous girl fits like a glove in a (well hunged, to be specific) male ant army. One of my personal favourites, though the ending sucks!

Bug, 5 pgs

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Created: September 13, 1997. Last updated: June 29, 2019 at 15:16 pm

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