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    Exclusive Preview: “Hashtag Danger” #2

    By | June 4th, 2019
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    In late April, we spoke with AHOY! Comics’ Tom Peyer about the new series from the publisher, and here is what he had to say about “Hashtag Danger:”

    [You can expect] some wonderfully expressive Chris Giarrusso art and a pointlessly mean and profane story by me, intended for mature readers. “Hashtag: Danger” is a trio of experts in their fields: a pulp-comics scientist, a cage fighter, and a civic booster. They chase extraterrestrials, monsters, lost civilizations and the like, but mostly they just hang around the headquarters being rude and disrespectful to each other. There’s a backup series by Paul Constant and Fred Harper called Snelson, about the bleak life of a formerly famous comedian. And some beautifully pulpy covers by Richard Williams.

    Today, we can exclusively share this preview of “Hashtag Danger” #2, which hits stores tomorrow, June 5th.

    Cover by Richard Williams
    Written by Tom Peyer, Paul Constant, Matt Beuchele, Carol Lay, and Robert Jeschonek
    Illustrated by Chris Giarrusso, Fred Harper, Anny Schwartz, Carol Lay, and David Hocock
    Colored by Lee Louridge
    Lettered by Rob Steen

    Realizing that the news media thrives on conflict, the attention-hungry heroes of Hashtag: Danger must contrive a fake super-villain fight! PLUS! Snelson eats in a restaurant and it doesn’t go well. EXTRA! Eclectic and handsomely illustrated AHOY text shorts! Painted cover by Richard Williams (MAD, Edgar Allan Poe’s Snifter of Terror).

    Thanks to AHOY! for the preview, and make sure to pick up the issue tomorrow!

    Brian Salvatore

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