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Mouse Guard's David Petersen for Free Comic Book Day!
Mouse Guard is an American bi-monthly comic book series written and illustrated by David Petersen and published by Archaia Studios Press. Mouse Guard is set in a world of sentient mice who live in a medieval era, paralleling the same age in human history, though in their world there are no humans. Its stories revolve around a brotherhood of mice known as the "Mouse Guard" who have sworn an oath to serve their fellow civilian mice in times of need, including making safe passage for them through the wilderness and protecting them from predators. Thus the Mouse Guard was formed. After persevering against a weasel warlord in the winter war of , the territories are no longer as troubled. True, the day to day dangers exist, but no longer are they Guard soldiers, instead they are escorts, pathfinders, weather watchers, scouts and body guards for the mice who live among the territories. Many skills are necessary for the guard to keep the borders safe.
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Archaia's bellcow, "Mouse Guard," continues to offer new different adventures thanks to the amazingly creative efforts of David Petersen. The chapter included here is "The Tale of Baldwin the Brave," as depicted in the form of a puppet show presented by the Applekettle Puppet Troupe in the Mouse Territories., There seems to be a problem serving the request at this time.
Archaia's bellcow, "Mouse Guard," continues to offer new different adventures thanks to the amazingly creative efforts of David Petersen. The chapter included here is "The Tale of Baldwin the Brave," as depicted in the form of a puppet show presented by the Applekettle Puppet Troupe in the Mouse Territories. Baldwin wishes to win the heart of a maiden and must also contend with a boisterous goose and the trouble such a noisy beast attracts. Petersen's art is always the draw for "Mouse Guard" adventures and this tale is no exception. It certainly doesn't hurt that his writing is every bit as good. The Labyrinth installment, titled "Hoggle and the Worm" is a fun little tale about misunderstandings and mischief. Ted Naifeh and Adrianne Ambrose guide Cory Godbey's art through a fun pairing that showcases the excitement of a common misunderstanding.