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Saved from a failed past and given a second chance at life, The Horsemen are intergalactic warriors and champions of peace engaged in a crusade against a nemesis who desires to bring all of existence under their tyranny.
Conquered civilizations corrupted by this enemy of freedom, lose not just their ability to choose but even their very color in a dominion of black and white.
Outnumbered and losing ground in their ancient battle,
The Horsemen face a new and deadly tactic that threatens to tear them apart.
As if Sebastian didn’t have it rough enough being the only norm in Hero City, now even the creators are out to get him. Sebastian’s five years of court mandated community service are well underway in volume two and his situation just continues to deteriorate. Harried by a hobbit guide, a magical television, a giant green irradiated chicken, a mutant teddy bear and a multitude of minions, what’s a guy to do? Probably more community service for wacky superheroes, that’s what!
Soaring on the wings of imagination
Recently on Damn Heroes
September 24, 2016 - Wayward Raven Media will be at Hartford Comic Con, debuting Horsemen #3
August 20, 2016. Author/Illustrator James B. Emmett and Wayward Raven Media will be at Flame Con 2 at the Brooklyn Bridge Marriott
August 12 2016. Wayward Raven Media will be at Boston Comic Con 2016, for the fourth time since banding together. Celebrating Suicide Squad, we'll have a new Harley Quinn shirt
06.26.2016 - Wayward Raven Media will be attending MASSive Comic Con in Worcester Massachusetts. Table #81.
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Sorry Mario, but your princess is in my castle!
Deadpool is always breaking the fourth wall, and taking whatever he damn well pleases. So it's no surprise that he'd eventually set his eyes on the Mushroom Kingdom's most eligible bachelorette.
Available in Black and Cardinal Red.
Drawn by Alex Sapountzis, artist of Damn Heroes and inspired by his love of all things Nintendo and Deadpool.
Deadpool and Princess Peach are properties of Marvel and Nintendo, respectively. Images used in this product are works of parody and are not associated in any way with the respective owners of these characters.
Harley's having a little fun with Batman in this Powder Blue ladies t-shirt.
Drawn by Alex Sapountzis, artist of Damn Heroes and inspired by all the awesome Harley Quinn cosplayers he's met at shows.
Printed on American Apparel Girly Jersey. Double-needle stitching on bottom hem; baby rib stretchable collar; reinforced shoulder construction.
Are you a righteous hero, or a malevolent villain? Show the world where you stand with this shirt.
Seamless collar, taped neck and shoulders. Double-needle sleeve and bottom hems. Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease.
100% preshrunk cotton.