Indie Spotlight: Super Haters: Incredibly Irresponsible Review


Title:  Super Haters:  Incredibly Irresponsible

Publisher:  ComiXology Submit

Writer:  Nick Marino

Artist:  E.D.;  Shawn Atkins;  Francisco Gruel;  Andrew Kilian;  Kaylie McDougal;  Nils-Peter Norlin;  Brandon Williams

Cover Artist:  Carrie Howarth

Review:  ★★★★☆

Link To Purchase Super Haters Incredibly Irresponsible

Do you want sex, naked unicorn rides, exploding virgins, and more in your comics?  Look no further than Super Haters:  Incredibly Irresponsible, a new digital graphic novel from Holy F*ck creator Nick Marino that collects and remasters his original webcomic short stories.  The easily offended may want to pass.

Super Haters follows Destruct-O-Tron and Mind’s Eye, two superheroes who you will rarely find fight crime in this collection.  Instead you’ll find them trying to track down a unicorn so they can ride it naked and become immortal.  You’ll find them starting a rock band and getting addicted to shooting ground vinyl records into their veins for musical talent.  If this sounds nearly nonsensical, that’s because this entire collection is, but that’s what makes it great.  Each story is going to be completely out of left field making them funny to the last drop.

Considering this was previously a webcomic, each short story was actually done with a different artist. While Marino’s twisted humor shines through regardless, each of the seven different artists are able to impart their own flair to the short story they are doing.  It ranges from the look of a traditional cartoon, a more classical comic style, and even some manga thrown in for good fun.  Each style is a perfect fit for the story that is being told.

Just like his latest series Holy F*ck, it’s not going to be for everyone.  It’s low brow humor at it’s best, but if you’re not like us with a bizarre sense of humor, you may not laugh as we did when Destruct-O-Tron tries to raise money for a six-year-old with brain cancer’s boob job.  Toilet humor?  Sure, but we still laughed our butts off the entire time.  Considering there are seven short stories collected, you’ll have plenty to keep you busy and plenty to keep you laughing for long after you flip to the last page.

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