Unnatural #1 Goes Back for Second Print

Image Comics is thrilled to announce that UNNATURAL #1, from writer/artist Mirka Andolfo (Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, DC Bombshells), is being fast-tracked for a second printing in order to keep up with overwhelming customer demand.


In this gorgeous, sensual fantasy-thriller, a totalitarian government patrols the personal lives of its citizens, punishing transgressors who engage in “unnatural” relationships. Sweet, unassuming pig girl Leslie dreams of something different for herself. But her dreams are becoming dangerous. And when she wakes, she could swear she’s being watched…

UNNATURAL #1, 2nd printing (Diamond code: MAY189856) and UNNATURAL #2, Cover A (Diamond code: JUN180266), Cover B (Diamond code: JUN180267), and Cover C (Diamond code: MAY189261) will hit stores on Wednesday, August 8th. The final order cutoff deadline for comics retailers is Monday, July 16th.

Select praise for UNNATURAL:

“UNNATURAL is funny and sexy and smart and so many more things. But, most of all, it is a damning indictment of who we have been and who we continue to be as a society.” —The Oregonian

“Beautifully rendered art, a brilliantly relevant premise and a thoroughly likeable protagonist make UNNATURAL an easy new series to recommend.”
—Big Comic Page

“Beautiful to look at and a little scary to read, UNNATURAL is a great piece of writing that eerily mirrors today’s world.” —AiPT!

“The art is bomb, the story is smart, and the full package is dead sexy.”
—Comicon.com

“UNNATURAL is genuinely unlike anything else being published right now, something that proves to be a pretty surprising positive.” —ComicBook.com

“A wonder to read and sure to become a classic.” —Outright Geekery

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7 Responses to Unnatural #1 Goes Back for Second Print

  1. Uncle Willie says:

    As a Milo Manara fan, I went a little heavier than I normally would on that cover .. it’s a pretty good book, but so far, shop sales have been lackluster ..

    • agentpoyo says:

      I think for a lot of people its just weird. I’m one of those in the category of zero desire to read or look at it. There’s just something strange for me to look at art and story sexualizing a pig girl….

      • Josias Ocampo says:

        I would highly recommend reading it. It’s much more than sexualizing animals. It’s like The Handmaid’s Tale meets Animal Farm.

      • Anthony says:

        I ended up really enjoying it. Wasn’t sure how I felt before reading it but ended up liking it.

      • agentpoyo says:

        I’m sure theres more to the story but I lost interest once they created the skimpy cover B sexualizing the pig girl and the other sexual tendencies within the book. I’m not a psychologist but to me, there’s a lot of underlying issues at play I think for someone to write such a book. Sure we anthropomorphise animals all the time but once we turn such a character into a sexual desired object, for me that crosses the line and I have zero desire to read or watch such things.

      • Jetski says:

        I thought it was pretty darn good.

  2. A. King says:

    I pre-ordered the first 2 issues, a bunch of the #1 b covers. I flipped through it in the store and I’m not too into it, so I probably won’t be pre-ordering it anymore.

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