Media Release -- Some of childrens' comics most popular authors and illustrators have great things to say about Otis Frampton's ODDLY NORMAL, the story of a strange girl who goes to an even stranger world.
Media Release -- The charming and otherworldly ODDLY NORMAL by Otis Frampton tells the story of a girl who doesn't feel like she fits in, no matter where she goes. The young heroine of the March graphic novel from Image Comics endures the bullying of other kids for her green hair and pointed ears. Oddly got those traits from her mother, who is a witch, but didn't get the ability to use magic along with them. Or so she thought.
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Oddly Normal #1
Oddly Normal was published way back in 2006 as a graphic novel and is apparently being re-released as single comic books here in 2014 in preparation for the continuation of the series with new material. The Otis Frampton written and illustrated book is an all ages comic book that feels like a good fit for whatever the age or gender of the reader. There seems to be plenty of room for this kind of comic book in the market and a better one couldn't have been picked to reprint as single issues.
Media Release -- Cartoonist Otis Frampton brings to life the world of ODDLY NORMAL. Oddly’s life is an unhappy blend of the magic and mortal worlds, but just when she thought life couldn’t get anymore miserable, one innocent wish throws her life asunder. With her safety abruptly thrown into great peril Oddly must travel to the land of Fignation to try to save her family and get back the life she took for granted.
Media Release -- A little bit The Wonderful Wizard of Oz with a splash of Liz Kessler's Emily Windsnap series, ODDLY NORMAL is an all-new ongoing series written and illustrated by Otis Frampton (How It Should Have Ended, ABCDEFGeek) that will enchant readers of all ages. Image Comics is pleased to reveal early artwork from ODDLY NORMAL, which follows the adventures of a ten-year-old girl with pointed ears, green hair, and an anything-but-ordinary life.
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