Tag Archives: Mike Norton

Indie Comic Review: The Answer! #1

Is there a title being published right now which Mike Norton is not working on?  Battlepug.  Revival.  It Girl and the Atomics.  The Curse.  And now there is The Answer! Devin McKenzie is an insomniac librarian with a knack for … Continue reading

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Independent Comic Review: Revival (vol. 1)

Tim Seeley and Mike Norton’s new Image series, Revival, takes the idea of people returning from the grave and turns it on their head. However, instead of returning as bloodthirsty, brain-munching zombies, they instead return to their daily lives as … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: The Curse

Mike Norton’s The Curse is unlike anything you have read before. No. Really. I’m serious. How many times have you read a book where, when people are bitten they turn into pirates instead of zombies? And how many times have … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: It Girl and the Atomics #1

It Girl and the Atomics has the unenviable task of being a spin-off of a one-off of a cult comic. That means there is a lot of history and backstory that are probably unfamiliar to most readers. Knowing that, writer … Continue reading

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Jamie Rich Hits the Streets to Celebrate Release of It Girl and the Atomics

Tomorrow Image Comics will be releasing the premiere issue of It Girl and the Atomics, a new comic book series starring characters from Michael Allred’s long-running Madman. To commemorate the new #1, Portland-based author Jamie S. Rich will be visiting three different … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Battle Pug

There are some concepts that are just so “wrong” that they wrap all the way around to “right”. Mike Norton’s Battle Pug is just such a concept. The epic tale of blood and drool begins here! Join Molly and her … Continue reading

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Revival Gets Preview in Walking Dead #99

Robert Kirkman is at it again. After using the success of his book, The Walking dead, to highlight books such as Chew and Rachel Rising, Kirkman is now looking to shine the spotlight on Tim Seely and Mike Norton’s new … Continue reading

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