Hench by Adam Beechen

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The fine line between hero and villain is just another of longtime super-villain henchman Mike Fulton's many scars. Now, faced with a terrible choice that could mean life and death for heroes, villains, his family, and himself, Mike ponders just how his normal life went so crazy.

About Adam Beechen

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Adam Beechen has written for a host of cartoon programs including The Batman, Rugrats, Ben 10, X-Men: Evolution and many more. His comic book writing credits include work on DC's weekly COUNTDOWN series as well as ROBIN, TEEN TITANS and AiT/Planet Lar's critically acclaimed Hench.
Published June 29, 2004 by AiT/PlanetLar. 80 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels. Fiction

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Using ingenuity and a nice sense of humanity, Beechen and Bello provide an original take on the notion of superheroes and super villains by focusing not on the stars but on the bit players: the villains' henchmen.

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