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Heroes of the World and Beyond
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Content flags: Violent ContentSexual ContentStrong Language
Comic language: English
Genre: Action
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: 2 days ago, 6:23 AM
Number of comics: 304
Number of subscribers: 45
Visitors: 118165 visitors (729591 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.92 (201 votes)

Comic description

Heroes are in! If you're popular enough, you could make merch sales from your capers! Prymus city is home to Earth's mighti... available heroes, but they'd find more amazing things which lie beyond!


Shane is a self taught artist who has loved comic book art since he can remember. He is the sole creator of HOTWAB and enjoys the whole process of comic making, except the flats. They can do one! Shane has previously attempted small press and webcomics in the past, the most popular one being Go-Bee. Outside of the webcomic world, Shane is an autistic nerdaholic, and enjoys heavy metal, science fiction, classic TV and gaming. He'll probably live and die in his home town of Newcastle Upon Tyne where he lives in a pokey flat near a noisy motorway.

Most recent comments left on Heroes of the World and Beyond

2 days ago

Big thanks to my brother for helping me out with the script with this page, I'm not as bright as he is on special agent stuffs. Hope you guys remember Hawx and Tygr from the short strip
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6 days ago

Skill or serendipity? I'm not one to spell things out for the audience, I hope the pieces of the puzzle are slotting together well, thought more twists are sure to come.

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Bracey (Guest)
One week ago
Oh damn my boy Roidy just got pimpsmacked!
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9 days ago

A phrase triggers Terry's memories, and a flashback gives us a look at his mug!

Also I uploaded another new short strip to HOTWAB Universe, click the link below for a read

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Bracey (Guest)
12 days ago
Smiley faces!
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