Dynamite's "The Misadventures of Grumpy Cat & Pokey" Nears 100,000 Copy Sellout

Dynamite Entertainment has announced that its three-issue miniseries, "The Misadventures of Grumpy Cat & Pokey," has almost sold out of its 100,000 copy print run. Fortunately for fans of the series, they won't have to wait long for a followup to Ben Fisher, Ben McCool, Royal McGraw, Elliott R. Serrano, Ken Haeser and Steve Uy's "Grumpy Cat" series; Dynamite has also announced a new series, "Grumpy Cat & Pokey," to bow in February 2016.

"Working with the fine folks at Grumpy Cat has been absolutely wonderful," CEO and Publisher of Dynamite Nick Barrucci said in a statement. "And although I'm sure the cute little curmudgeon herself may have a stereotypically grouchy opinion of the comics, we're so very pleased with how they've found an enthusiastic audience, how remarkably well the collection has pre-sold, and how many new misadventures we're dreaming up for next February's all-new 'Grumpy Cat' series!"

The series, which debuted in October, follows the internet sensation Grumpy Cat and her brother Pokey as they find themselves embroiled in a number of different hi-jinx.

"The Misadventures of Grumpy Cat & Pokey" collection will also be available at retailers and online in February for $12.99.

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