Friday, August 24, 2018
"Black Hops," From Antarctic Press is Great and Silly Fun
Essentially, the rabbit survived the nuclear bomb that America dropped on Japan in 1945 and was recovered by a U.S. trooper who noticed it had changed from radiation exposure to be super-intelligent, capable of camouflaging itself, and that it did not seem to age at a regular speed. This resulted in it working for America in various wars and eventually retiring to a farm. The rabbit is pulled back into working for the U.S. though when a North Korean missile test with faulty equipment puts Hawaii at risk. Over two issues the rabbit infiltrates North Korea, fights other enhanced creatures, and thankfully saves us all--with the comic cleverly claiming that missile-scare in Hawaii some months ago was actually related to this, and the rabbit successfully taking-down the silo resulted in recent talks by North Korea of nuclear-demilitarization, so a clever way of tying current-events into a fictional yarn.
Antarctic Press website as well should you like to read it!