HERO HOURLY SHOWS THE SUPERHERO WORKDAY GRIND
Their job sucks too.
Lousy pay, passive-aggressive bosses, and slashed benefits – 21 Pulp’s second book Hero Hourly is hitting comic shops in November and asking what it would be like if being a superhero were no better than any other job.
After the market tanks, Saul Smirkanski finds employment at Hero Hourly, a company that didn’t ask if with great power comes great responsibility, but got a patent and a business loan so they could make a profit.
The 24-page first issue is by Batman and Harley Quinn writer James Patrick, 2000 AD artist Carlos Trigo, and Morning Glories colorist Alex Sollazzo. It can be ordered out of September Previews (#SEP151634) and will be in shops November 18th.
Hero Hourly is the second amazing book from 21 Pulp, the new publishing company with a stable of critically-acclaimed talent from DC, Marvel, IDW, BOOM, Image, and other notable publishers.
Go to 21pulp.com to learn more, and call, email, or go to your shop and tell them to order your copy of Hero Hourly.