Rock Out! Preview 10 Pages Of Oni's Odd Schnozz And The Odd Squad GN, Plus Album Covers

Rock Out! Preview 10 Pages Of Oni’s Odd Schnozz And The Odd Squad GN, Plus Album Covers

Posted by June 19, 2015 Comment

You may have taken note over the past few weeks that the chapters of the Oni Press graphic novel Odd Schnozz and the Odd Squad have been appearing on ComiXology ahead of the print edition’s arrival on June 24th. This narrative is heavily tied to the music scene, featuring a group of aspiring musicians who get caught up in the machinations of a malicious animal and human altering organization, and even has a sound-track cued into the story. Created by Jeffrey Burandt and Dennis Culver, the comic is bound to draw on the real-life musical background of Burandt who is well known in the New York areas as the front man for band Americans UK and as a proponent of fusing music and comics during performances.

STK668041Oni describe the graphic novel thus:

 Liz, Bodey, Maude, and Justine’s band, Odd Schnozz and the Odd Squad, are sure to win this year’s Battle of the Bands. But when a talking chimp, who claims to be a scientist from the mysterious organization B.L.A.N.K., interrupts their practice session, the band’s got a whole new set of problems. Now B.L.A.N.K. agents are closing in, determined to recapture the escaped chimp before he becomes a liability. Jeffrey Burandt (Americans UK) and Dennis Culver (Edison Rex) bring you this trilling tale of cyborg animals and punk rock teenagers. 1, 2, 3, 4!

And here’s our 10 page preview of the graphic novel, with pages selected from throughout the narrative:

0008 0019 0022 0025 0026 0027 0028 0030 0031 0032And here’s a selection of the EP covers the music singles that accompany the graphic novel:

EpCovers_Singles_OddSchnozz2 copy EpCovers_Singles_OddSchnozz4 copy EpCovers_Singles_OddSchnozz5 copyLastly, Jeffrey Burandt will be taking part in a signing on June 24th at JHU Comics in New York coming up to ring in the release of the graphic novel, keeping company with Charles Soule (Letter 44) and Joe Infurnari (The Bunker):

OddSchnozzJHU_poster copy


About Hannah Means Shannon

Editor-in-Chief at Bleeding Cool. Independent comics scholar and former English Professor. Writing books on magic in the works of Alan Moore and the early works of Neil Gaiman.

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