Banana Sunday 1

Cover to Banana Sunday #1

Banana Sunday is published by Oni Press. The Current price per issue is $2.99

Publication DatesEdit

Last IssueEdit

Banana Sunday #3: 19 Oct 2005

Current IssueEdit

Banana Sunday #4: 16 Nov 2005

Next IssueEdit

none scheduled


Limited series (four issues), now ended.


Main CharactersEdit

  • Kirby Steinberg - High school student who arrives at Forest Edge High with three talking primates in tow.
  • Chuck - Talking orangutan. Intellectual.
  • Knobby - Talking chimp. Flirtatious.
  • Go-Go - Talking gorilla. Narcoleptic.


  • Nickels - Reporter for the school newspaper, and Kirby's new best friend.
  • Martin - Photographer for the school newspaper. Has a crush on Kirby.


  • Skye Travers - Champion athelete and BGOC. Is jealous of the attention that Kirby and her talking apes are receiving.

Minor CharactersEdit

Other Characters/Places/ThingsEdit

Recent StorylinesEdit

Banana Sunday #4Edit

Banana Sunday #3Edit

Banana Sunday #2Edit

Banana Sunday #1Edit

Kirby Steinberg is the new girl at Forest Edge High School, but she's not just any new girl. Kirby comes with three talking apes in tow: Chuck, the super-intelligent orangutan ego; Go-Go, the always hungry gorilla id; and Knobby, the sensitive babe-magnet chimpanzee superego. Kirby claims that her three talking ape companions are the results of her scientist father's experiments with accellerated leaning abilities, but Nickels, Kirby's new best friend and reporter for the school paper, suspects that may not be the whole truth.


  • Banana Sunday - Collects #1-4. "Kirby Steinberg is having a bit of trouble fitting into her new school. Sure, there's the usual interest/antagonism associated with being from somewhere else, but this time the new kid also happens to be the guardian for three talking monkeys." - WorldCat - ISBN 1932664378



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Creative TeamEdit

Writer: Paul Tobin. Artist/Covers: Colleen Coover.

Publishing HistoryEdit

Published as a four-issue limited series in 2005.

Republished online in color starting in 2018.

Future Publication DatesEdit

Dates subject to change at the whims of the publisher or distributor. Please see the Diamond Shipping Lists for current information.


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