Hinder Will Have it’s Own Comic Book
Frontman Austin Winkler is excited:
“Growing up every kid dreams about being in a comic book, or being a superhero, we have a new and exciting opportunity to be portrayed in a comic book series of our own. We are going to have a blast with this, it will be a lot of fun, this is for our fans, and they will be heavily involved in this, we think they will love it. All in the name of rock n roll!”
Does Winkler mean the anti-hero instead of the “superhero?” In other words, is the comic going to be the stereotypical explicit, rock star debauchery? Groupies, drugs, orgies, drinkfests… or will it be about the music instead (the strength and endurance it takes to crerate and sustain a band). Judging by the accompanying illustration, I would say the former. And maybe that’s the fantasy, rock star life fans would rather explore. If that’s so — and that’s considered a successful product to sell — then I think Motley Crue should be the ones to capture their life stories in a comic book. Now THAT would make sense and be a perfect combo.