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Barbette, designed by Reilly Brown, is the fourth and final member of THE COLLECTIVE. A Tyler Durden type who hunts down online ne’er-do-wells, and is in public life actually a delicate mouse with an office job. She’s impulsive, brash, and is always the first one into a fight, but as she grows through the series she becomes the protective sort, looking after Diaspora.
Created by Leaping Tall Buildings editor Christopher Irving and this extremely lucky guy, you can read more about THE COLLECTIVE in Drawn Word #2, currently available for a dollar. 

Barbette, designed by Reilly Brown, is the fourth and final member of THE COLLECTIVE. A Tyler Durden type who hunts down online ne’er-do-wells, and is in public life actually a delicate mouse with an office job. She’s impulsive, brash, and is always the first one into a fight, but as she grows through the series she becomes the protective sort, looking after Diaspora.

Created by Leaping Tall Buildings editor Christopher Irving and this extremely lucky guy, you can read more about THE COLLECTIVE in Drawn Word #2, currently available for a dollar. 

  1. reillybrown reblogged this from davepress and added:
    Barbette, the suicide-girl character design I designed for Chris Irving and David Press’s comic, THE COLLECTIVE.
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