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Hubris Comics was a pre-War company which had been producing printed entertainment since 2021.[1] It was a branch of Hubris Publishing, and was headquartered in Washington D.C..[1]

AboutEdit

The most notable product of the company is its Grognak the Barbarian series. Several terminal entries in the company headquarters detail its various other comic book series, as well as future projects; one of them even involving Vault Boy.

The company was, due to heavy sponsorship of the pre-War U.S. military, considered heavily patriotic, illustrated particularly by their publishing of the Tales from the Front series.

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They also were sponsored by the United States Space Administration for their second most prominent series: Captain Cosmos, partially out of boosting PR for their Mars Shot Project, and also to compensate for the accident that occured at ArcJet Systems.

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Company detailsEdit

Known facilitiesEdit

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Known productsEdit

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AppearancesEdit

The Hubris Comics building and the company's Grognak the Barbarian comics appear in Fallout 3. Another division of Hubris Comics shows up in Fallout 4.

Behind the scenesEdit

  • The word "hubris," from the Ancient Greek (ὕβρις), refers to an individual's pride in their own abilities. In Greek mythology, hubris indicated a sin of pride in people who compared themselves to gods.

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