The second issue of Viper Comics’ “Hooligan,” by writer C. Michael Hall and artist Dustin Evans, is on sale now as a digital comic at Amazon and iTunes.
Tulsa comic-book artist Evans described the comic in a recent interview with The Oklahoman.
“’Hooligan’ is a Midwestern, antihero, sci-fi epic with a dash of horror,” Evans said in an email interview. “I jokingly call Hooligan a Midwestern Batman, but that’s actually pretty accurate. It’s a story of a real person that has no super powers.”
Here’s how Viper describes the second issue:
After Hooligan’s first encounter with the force threatening his hometown, he gears up for a final stand. While Hooligan is in the fight of his life, a strong psychic disturbance has turned the town’s people into a pack of wild lunatics, but Rex’s friend, the sheriff, is left unaffected by this strange power. It’s the sheriff against the town, as he rushes to try and save his son. Hooligan’s battle for his hometown takes an unexpected turn, and neither Rex nor his home will be the same again.
- Matt Price