For fans who are wondering if the Pixie and Brutus comic is worth reading But first This series focuses on the unlikely friendship between Pixie, a tiny, innocent, joyful kitten, and Brutus, a huge, scar-faced retired military dog.
What I know about the series is that this comic is hilarious and heartwarming. I love Brutus, so gruff and harsh, soft-hearted and fiercely overprotective, and battling PTSD from being a MWD. Pixie is the most adorable thing, and I really relate to her sweetness, optimism, exuberance, and lack of foresight. Reckless Randal, sarcastic Mr. Wrinkles, cutely stupid Lola, cocky Dexter, and that big teddy bear of a Hugo round out the cast perfectly, with the occasional addition of Gerald, the Eagle Brother of Pixie. It’s a rambling series of comic strips without much of a time line or plot, just a collection of incidences in the characters’ lives, but it’s well drawn, super cute, and really very funny.Content: euphemisms, a few episodes dealing with Halloween/characters pretending to be magical, one episode where Brutus’ backstory is explained, which is slightly violent.
Pixie and Brutus: Is The Comic Worth Reading?
To keep everything short without adding any spoilers, the comic is definitely worth reading. If you are a new fan, you should just put it on your tongue as soon as possible.
For now, I gave it 4 stars because I love the wholesome friendship between Brutus and Pixie. Brutus is ready to kill for Pixie, while Pixie is just in her own little world and being a bit overly curious. There were plenty of funny moments, as well as the occasional serious moment, but overall this is a very light and enjoyable read.