Battlepug Volume 2: This Savage Bone (Battlepug, #2)

  • Title: Battlepug Volume 2: This Savage Bone (Battlepug, #2)
  • Author: Mike Norton Patrick Thorpe
  • ISBN: 9781616552015
  • Page: 233
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Battlepug Volume This Savage Bone Battlepug When the Warrior was just a child the beast mage Catwulf destroyed his village Since then the Warrior has become strong and he will have his vengeance Joined by his trusty steed and friend Battlepu
    When the Warrior was just a child, the beast mage Catwulf destroyed his village Since then, the Warrior has become strong, and he will have his vengeance Joined by his trusty steed and friend Battlepug, a crazy loon, elite warrior Black Sasha, and a foulmouthed child mage named Bryony, the warrior will not be denied revenge, but is the group ready to meet one of the mostWhen the Warrior was just a child, the beast mage Catwulf destroyed his village Since then, the Warrior has become strong, and he will have his vengeance Joined by his trusty steed and friend Battlepug, a crazy loon, elite warrior Black Sasha, and a foulmouthed child mage named Bryony, the warrior will not be denied revenge, but is the group ready to meet one of the most powerful mages in the world in battle Mike Norton artist on the hit Revival Never before seen material in a handsome collection There are some concepts that are just so wrong that they wrap around to right mdash Stumptown Trade Review Yeah, it s Conan on a pug And it is awesome mdash Stumptown Trade Review

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      Published :2020-01-03T00:16:42+00:00

    About Mike Norton Patrick Thorpe


    1. Mike Norton has been working in comics for 10 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 mini series In 2005, he went freelance and has since made a name for himself working on books like Queen and Country, Gravity, Runaways, All New Atom and Green Arrow Black Canary.He is also very, very tall.


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    1. Introduced to even more characters in the Battlepug world. Norton is adept at keeping things a top pitch while teasing us to read further. Our discussion of the entire webcomic can be found at comicsalternative/webcomic.

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    2. Continuing my Mike Norton kick.I actually wasn't that excited to get Volume 2 of Battlepug, because I didn't really care for Volume 1 that much. I love the concept I guess, I love all-ages comics, I love Conan, etc. But the first volume seemed to have humor that was a little too stupid for me, a story that was really TOO fast paced (I know I know, it's a webcomic), and yeah - left me wanting a lot more.I don't know if it's just where I'm at and what I've been reading or what, but I found this vo [...]

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    3. The epic saga of the last Kinmundian and his fawn friend continues as they go toe-to-toe with Catwulf, the evil villain who destroyed the Kinmundian warriors Homeland.It's got all the humour you come to expect from Battlepug, plus some hilarious new characters. As a comedic action narrative it does a great job of transitioning from one arc to the next. Book 2 of a (planned) 5 book series is a winner.

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    4. In this second installment in the ongoing series, we add a mage and a bit of cheesecake and meet the antagonist face to face. More fun and destruction and more of the beautiful art work featured in the first graphic novel. The good news, there is a Battlepug III. The bad news, I don't own it yet.

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    5. The pug is back! And he's ready to snort and make confused expressions! Luckily, he has the best travel buddies: the foul-mouthed child mage, her warrior stepmom, the strange old man (scribbly!), and our favourite Kinmundian. The art is great, the writing is great, and the humour is great. Deservedly award-winning, Battlepug is one of my favourite graphic novels.

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    6. Eisner Award winning web comic strip. Comic strip perfection. A++ all ages fun and entertainment. Much similar to fantasy strip Bone by Jeff Smith. But this one might be a bit funnier and has a tighter story. I adore this series and I just can't wait for the next volume. Love it!

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    7. A funny continuation on Volume 1 - with puppies! A possible nod to the Jeffersons, about halfway through kept me giggling. As we leave our heroes, a new character comes on the scene, making me look forward to the further adventures to follow. Now off to the library's website to check on Volume 3!

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    8. First addition here to be read on my tablet. Still profoundly daft.

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    9. comicsalternative/webcomic

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    10. The artwork is always nice, but the story is starting to lose steam and many of the supporting characters aren't as entertaining as the author seems to think.

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    11. Great artwork but story is fairly typical fantasy fare.

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    12. I thought this volume of Battlepug was just as entertaining as the first one. It lacked a good storyline, though.

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    13. More good stuff from Mr. Norton. See vol. 1 for what I think of the series.

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    14. What's not to love about the continuing adventures of a giant Pug and his warrior pal?

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    15. It has a giant pug Plus 1 star!

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