DARK HORSE COLLECTS MIKE NORTON’S BATTLEPUG!

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This volume collects the first year of Mike Norton’s Battlepug—the perfect opportunity to get in on the ground floor of the fan-favorite webcomic by Mike Norton, Allen Passalaqua, and Crank!
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“I was really happy when people first reacted to the comic. It’s hard to predict if the public needs another ‘Giant Pug Epic Fantasy’ story. I mean, we all know those are a dime a dozen, right? Luckily, the story of a barbarian’s quest for revenge with the aid of our favorite four-legged freak seems to have legs,”

said Norton.

“When I first made the Battlepug T-shirt, people kept asking when the comic was coming out. So, I put out the webcomic and now everybody wants to know when the book is coming out! I guess now people will want to know when the movie is happening?”

Join Moll and her dogs Mingo and Colfax, as she recounts the legend of “The Warrior and the Battlepug”—a tale of a fearless barbarian, his trusty and freakishly large pug, and evil baby harp seals.

“I’m a huge fan of Dark Horse and couldn’t be more excited to have Battlepug published by them. Hellboy, B.P.R.D., Buffy, Star Wars—they put out some of the best comics currently being made and it’s humbling to even be on the same shelf with that kind of product! I’m super excited for people to read it and look forward to much more in the future!”

stated Norton.

Mike Norton’s Battlepug Volume 1 is on sale July 4, 2012!

Mike Norton has been working in comics for ten years now, gaining recognition for projects such as The Waiting Place and Jason and the Argobots. In 2001, he became art director for Devil’s Due Publishing, where he drew the first Voltron miniseries. In 2005, he went freelance and has since made a name for himself working on books like Queen and Country, Gravity, Runaways, The All-New Atom, and Green Arrow/Black Canary. He is also very, very tall.

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