Hobart Mann didn't ask for the superhero life, but after his trolley is stolen, he is spurred on by his Japanese conscience to adopt the guise of Hoboman in an attempt to protect the citizens of Uptown from ever having to suffer the same injustice.
Along the way he encounters villains such as Wiener Munch and the man on the mobility scooter, but with allies such as the Irishman, Justin Bubba and (reluctantly) Jean the talking potato, what could possibly go wrong?
On his quest, Hoboman learns some valuable lessons, such as his origin story and the true meaning of genderqueer, on a journey that takes our hero to Heaven itself. Is he dead? Meh. Context.
About the Author
Liam Higham spent most of his teenage years in a small town with only his family for company. Obviously, this led him to become a recluse in his room and begin to write stories rather than spend quality time with those who loved him. He has recently graduated with a Bachelor in Psychology, but rather than use that to try and describe the intricate minutia of human behaviour, he turns juvenile jokes he made in high school into novels.
Number Of Pages: 320
Published: 30th January 2017
Publisher: Moshpit Publishing
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 20.3 x 12.7 x 1.8
Weight (kg): 0.35