Nicholas Brendon (actor/writer/producer) and Steve Loter (animation director/producer) present a unique webcomic that will give you second thoughts about the cuddly, cute marsupials.

VERY BAD KOALAS follows the journey of two sheltered and innocent koalas on the run from the law. They escape in their 1958 Cadillac El Dorado into the “out there” and experience people and places that will test their wills, their morals, their sanity and their nocturnal nature.

The koalas, Avery and Irving, are as far from criminals as they could possibly be. Wrongly accused, they break out of prison together and form an unlikely, co-dependent friendship. Their bizarre adventures will take them to exotic and scary places along the highway in the “out there.” Unintentionally misguided by a hipster shaman gorilla, our heroes will encounter Amazon women elephants, Fleshies (furry animals who wear human costumes), a religious cult of highway-flattened animals, vampire turtles and a large variety of bizarre characters, each more twisted than the last. They will evade detectives, bounty hunters and their newfound fame as criminal media celebrities. They will unknowingly buy the Devil’s used “GPS system,” which will take them to different layers of hell. They’ll unintentionally start a rampage of criminal copycats in the name of Avery and Irving. They will wonder if prison is better than what destiny has planned for them.

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Nicholas Brendon is best known to audiences as Xander on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, a role he played for the seven-year run of the show. His film credits include the cult favorite Psycho Beach Party, My Neighbor’s Secret for Lifetime, A Golden Christmas for Ion, Blood on the Highway, The Portal and the upcoming Sweet Lorraine. He recurs on the hit CBS series Criminal Minds and also starred on the Fox series Kitchen Confidential.

Four-time Emmy nominee Steve Loter has directed and produced animation since 1993. His directing credits include The Ren & Stimpy Show, The Baby Huey Show, Duckman, Peter Bagge’s Hate, Happy Monster Band, Stressed Eric, Kevin Smith’s Clerks: The Animated Series, American Dragon: Jake Long, Kim Possible, The Penguins Of Madagascar and many others. He has also produced and directed Tally Hall’s “Hidden In The Sand” music video for Atlantic Records.