Freddy Runs the Voodoo Down (Working Class Villain 2)

Being a freelance villain is a boom and bust business, and Freddy has seen a lot of banks go boom since he survived Red Rhino's driveby. Now known as "Mr. Big Stuff," Freddy is finally making a name for himself. But all is not well in Old Polly's underworld. If Freddy wants to survive, he's going to have to make nice with the bloodthirsty bosozoku and outsmart a monster that can read his mind. More

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About Pierce Nahigyan

Pierce Nahigyan is a freelance writer, editor and cartoonist. He grew up in New England and then the South, was educated in Chicago, and sort of fell into Los Angeles. Along the way he worked as a busboy, a bartender, a Sunday school teacher, toymaker, canvasser, ship’s cook, voice actor, tour guide, freelance journalist and failed novelist. A graduate of Northwestern University, Pierce holds a B.A. in Sociology and History. He lives in southern California with his groovy wife and their dog, Nymeria.

About the Series: Working Class Villain
Life isn't easy when lunatics in silly costumes are constantly blowing holes in the city. You lose a lot of friends that way. Also, it's terrible for the economy. That might be why Freddy Funke, hanging onto the bottom rung of society's greasy ladder, is so desperate for a job. Or it might be because he's lazy, unlucky, and once tried to impress his ex-girlfriend by stealing a blimp. Now, fresh out of prison, Freddy has been fired from every low wage job on the worst part of a bad town, he's single, he's hungry, and his best friend just got crushed by a building. Evicted from his apartment, Freddy turns to the one industry that's still thriving in the former City of Angels, putting on a mask and working for men who call themselves "super villains."

As Freddy bumbles through the seedy underbelly of a bombed-out Los Angeles, he rises from thug to henchman to a villain in his own right - dodging crooked cops and the city's resident superhero, The Man, along the way. It's the classic story of the American Dream, rife with explosions, domestic terrorism, and a man wielding a Fart Gun.

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