Watch me make a mess of some perfectly nice pencils… I did an experimental LIVE FEED on Facebook for my Patreon supporters. Thanks to them!
GoComics has done a complete, from the ground up, redesign of their site. Go check it out!
This isn’t really news, except that they are new each Monday…but a friendly reminder to check out the latest adventures of Norm and his family of four on GoComics each Monday: Norm, Reine, Taylor and Lily would love for you to come by! Go to gocomics.com/jantze for more!
Coffee gags, that’s the norm! This is one of 365 strips of Norm’s first year of marriage available exclusively (and daily) on my Patreon feed.
When it’s Monday, it’s time for The Norm and his take on family, marriage and pop culture. Pop goes the Papa, this week at
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It’s here! The offspring of my 2013 Indiegogo campaign is finally live on Amazon and iTunes. If you helped fund the campaign, thank you; your email with download instructions should have arrived yesterday. If you’d like to purchase the book on Amazon…click the link below!
ITUNES: Knocked Out Loaded
Norm Miller, stressed about marriage and all that that implies, heads off for a solo skiing trip only to return without any of his emotional baggage. When you see yourself as others see you, who’s left to be you? Based on Michael Jantze’s syndicated comic strip “The Norm”, “Knocked Out Loaded” is the first graphic novel from Jantze and the first-long form story about Theo. Norm Miller.
A 230-page book, “Knocked Out Loaded” is 151 pages of character-driven, thought-provoking yucks and drama. And as an ebook bonus, more than 50 guest artists offer their version of “The Norm”, including Sergio Aragones, Joe Murray, Tom Richmond, Jim Borgman, Jerry Scott, Lincoln Peirce, Stephen Silver and so many up and coming artists it’s exhausting, but still the norm.