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Bystander 27, by Rik Hoskin

In Bystander 27, Rik Hoskin examines what it means to live in a world where street battles and constant fights for justice happen on a regular basis. With a start similar to that of The Boys, we follow a protagonist who is a hero in a more traditional sense, seeking to discover answers to a tragedy that rips his life away from him. What results is a fascinating look into these larger-than-life figures from the perspective of a guy on the streets who has more questions than are probably good for him. In the end, nothing is as it seems.

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