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Battlepug Volume 1
by Mike Norton


Overview - The epic tale of blood and drool begins here Join Molly 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. 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
* By famed "Runaways" artist Mike Norton
It's a pugly job, but someone's gotta do it
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Overview
The epic tale of blood and drool begins here Join Molly 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. 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
* By famed "Runaways" artist Mike Norton
It's a pugly job, but someone's gotta do it

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781595829726
  • ISBN-10: 1595829725
  • Publisher: Dark Horse Books
  • Publish Date: July 2012
  • Page Count: 72


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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2012-06-25
  • Reviewer: Staff

The sword and sorcery genre is ever ripe for lampooning, and this series’ first volume gets straight to the job of giving its tropes the business. Long ago and far away, the tastefully nude Molly entertains her talking pooches, Mingo and Colfax, with the epic adventures of a nameless barbarian hero who rides an enormous, goofy pug dog. Her narrative trots out such clichés as the warrior witnessing his people destroyed by a horrific force while he’s still a child (in this case the destroyer being a Godzilla-sized and very cute harp seal), the hero’s mighty frame and fighting skills forged through years of slave labor and gladiatorial combat, an insane companion who may know more than he’s letting on, and of course gigantic ensorcelled reptiles, all of which is presented with tongue firmly in cheek yet played utterly straight. As for the story’s art, it strikes a perfect balance between straight barbarian comics imagery—the protagonist bears more than a passing resemblance to John Buscema’s interpretation of Conan—and animation-influenced humor, in other words, the perfect visual approach for a charming and very amusing buff-dude-with-a-sword sendup. This is fun stuff. (July)

 
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