BATTLEPUG: COMPUGDIUM will include all five volumes of Norton’s original fantasy/humor series together for the first time. It will also feature exclusive, extra content like sketches and art by some of the most creative artists in the business today.
“I can’t tell you how excited I am to be collecting the entire five volumes with my pals at Image,” said Norton. “This is the first book I ever wrote and drew myself, so it’s very special to me and I’m can’t wait to see it all together as the Compugdium for the first time!”
In BATTLEPUG, readers join the last Kinmundian and his faithful steed, The Battlepug, as they travel the world seeking revenge against every giant, ridiculous animal they can find.
BATTLEPUG: COMPUGDIUM (ISBN: 978-1-5343-1028-5) hits comic shops on Wednesday, January 16th and bookstores on Tuesday, January 22nd.
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