Being a Hero is Just Another Job | Fandom Wanderers
By Z. McAspurren — Even if you don’t have the extreme knowledge that some can claim to, you’ll likely be aware that there is more than just a couple of comics out there in the world. There’s a whole mass of them, spanning a wide variety of genres. Now, you’ll likely have heard of the big companies: Marvel, DC, Dark Horse, Zenoscope, Image… these are all big names in the industry, and all produce works which get far more reviews per issue than some ought, to be perfectly frank about the matter. So what about the smaller companies? The ‘indie’ ones? Well, that’s where we’re going to be looking today, Wanderers, at a sadly little known comic called Hero: 9 to 5.
Now, to be fair, by little known, I am talking in comic terms. And I feel like I’m doing a great disrespect to the work by using the term. You see, Hero: 9 to 5 is one of the cleverest comics I’ve read in a long while, and I pretty much almost gave up on the whole genre for a while due to being sick of various representations (or lack thereof) and less than stellar writing. That’s not to say there isn’t brilliant stuff out there, because there is. It’s just finding it.
Hero: 9 to 5 was one of those finds
(Source: scottishdreamergirl, via iandsharman)