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Hungry Gods - Identity Crisis Universe #1

J. D. Brink

Publisher: Fugitive Fiction

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New costume? Check. Superhero mentor? Check. Government conspiracy to cover up the End of the World? Uh... check? 
Luke Gillis is barely dragging himself through school. Who said community college was easy? Of course, it would help if he were more focused on grades and less on becoming a costumed crime fighter.  
But who can blame him? Liquor store robberies and rampaging monsters are a hell of a lot more exciting than college algebra. And if Twitter is any indication, his new public image is surging into superstardom! 
Okay, let's be honest—it isn't. 
But why, then, has the U.S. Army so eagerly scooped up his alter ego—the dashing superhero Spitball—for an urgent, top secret mission? And what does it have to do with the former-hero-turned-outlaw known as the Miracle Worker? 
And if this is really Spitball's big break, why is everyone trying to kill him? 
Non-stop sci-fi action with the humor of Spider-Man, the gritty noir of Watchmen, and an appetite like The Walking Dead! Don't miss the genre-shattering debut of the Identity Crisis Universe! 
See why readers and critics agree: "[Brink's] balancing of character impact against non-stop action is just glorious... Hungry Gods is NOT just your ordinary 'SPLASH!! BAM!! ##*** POW!!' comic event. It's really, really good (and a rereader)." -- Mallory Heart Reviews 
Capes aren't just for kids anymore! The Identity Crisis Universe (IDCU) takes the comic books you grew up on, gamma-irradiates them, and sets them loose upon the world! Superhero adventure for grown-ups.Book 1: Hungry GodsBook 2: Secret OriginsBook 3: Deus Ex Machina 

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