Introducing Holiday Food that may be tough to chew.
Holiday Hooligans - Origins was the first self published comic book by FIGID Press released for the Christmas season in 2012. The book contains the origins of the three main characters: Brute Cake, Karate Kane, and Ninjabread Man. Learn the secrets behind them coming to life by reading the three separate stories available in one comic. Written by John Graham and featuring the art of Mitch Heslop.
Meet The Cast
Ninjabread Man - Vowing to avenge his family after they were savagely eaten at a suburban Christmas party, the once cute GingerBread Man could take no more of humanity. Adorning his head with a strand of Christmas ribbon, he wreaks havoc through the neighborhoods in his area. While some say he has gone completely over to the burnt side, those closest to him remind us that he still hasn’t given up his colorful gum drop buttons, so there is still hope.
Brute Cake - Years of feeling no self worth and often being the butt of jokes every holiday season has made him stale. Now, pushed to point of no return, he strikes out at others, wielding the small butter knife that once threatened his existence. Brute Cake becomes especially mean during the holiday season when he sees the unappreciation of his kind. His own brother was left at a doorstep, only to be discarded one month later without any remorse.
Karate Kane - After falling behind a console at a Nuclear power plant during a Holiday party, this simple candy cane became slowly soaked in radiation. After many years, the sweet confectionary became a sentient being and decided to leave his space behind the console and seek out adventure in the big world. After wandering about, he found a small local theatre that often ran Kung-Fu movie marathons. Taking up residence, he slowly learned from the Kung-Fu masters of the silver screen, perfecting his craft. One fateful night, he decided he must fight for justice and good holiday cheer by calling himself Karate Kane. He wanders the streets, looking for the thugs that would bring about the demise of Christmas spirit.