Matt Howarth's Post Bros. are natives of that mysterious transdimensional locality known as Bugtown, and Bugtown natives all possess the ability to instantly shift among infinite reality levels. If killed in Bugtown or brought there after death, they will soon regenerate. These are just two of the reasons why Ron Post and his baby brother Russ are the Most Dangerous Men Alive. A few of the later, non-Rip Off Press issues of this series can be found in the Collectors' Items category.
One of the biggest cult favorites of the underground, Matt Howarth's blackly humorous tales of Ron Post and his brother Russ ("The Most Dangerous Men Alive") have been ongoing since
The video party continues, with laughs, action and grisly bits. Witness the end of the career of superhero "Mightiest Ron" in "Posticide II"!
Who - or what - would marry Ron Post? Find out in "Married with Ron" in this issue.
As the war with the Believer movement in Bugtown heats up, Ron Post is nowhere to be found. C'Thulu and M. Boche go after his wife, who doesn't know where he is either.
Shot dead on a Bugtown street, Jeri Cale must regenerate. Unfortunately the middle of a downtown street is not the safest place to so so - she is killed over and over again.
In "The Glass House Party" Jeri is finally back among the living - for awhile, at least.
Ron Post and the wicked nuclear goddess Hiroshima used to be the best of friends.
The hideous battle between Ron and Hiroshima rages on, to the horror of onlookers.
The Post Bros. dodge thugs and wannabes at a midwestern comic convention, as they scheme to steal M. Boche's treasure.
It's "Annivers(diner)y Day," that annual event when Ron Post forces unsuspecting restaurant patrons to listen to the sad, nostalgic story of his first van.
The Post Brothers discover the source of their problem. On this world, nobody possesses the capability for fear because they have locked fear up and it can not escape.