Liberator

Since Hurricane Sandy, Matt Miner estimates that he’s saved about 50 stranded dogs in his Queens neighborhood.  He’s undoubtedly an animal lover, and art also imitates life in Miner’s world. The New Yorker is author of the comic book series, “Liberator,” in which masked vigilantes save stranded and abused pets, while seeking justice for dog fighters and animal abusers.  "You’re seeing heroes taking action," Miner told The Huffington Post. "Personally I don’t break any laws, but people in ‘Liberator’ are breaking laws."  Miner, 37, is a hero himself, though. Since the super storm, he’s been putting his share of the profits from the comic book series back into  the dog rescue operation he runs with his wife, Sloane Quealy-Miner.  The Liberator series is available in comic stores and online at Midtowncomics.com and Tfaw.com.
Since Hurricane Sandy, Matt Miner estimates that he’s saved about 50 stranded dogs in his Queens neighborhood.

He’s undoubtedly an animal lover, and art also imitates life in Miner’s world. The New Yorker is author of the comic book series, “Liberator,” in which masked vigilantes save stranded and abused pets, while seeking justice for dog fighters and animal abusers.

“You’re seeing heroes taking action,” Miner told The Huffington Post. “Personally I don’t break any laws, but people in ‘Liberator’ are breaking laws.”

Miner, 37, is a hero himself, though. Since the super storm, he’s been putting his share of the profits from the comic book series back into the dog rescue operation he runs with his wife, Sloane Quealy-Miner.

The Liberator series is available in comic stores and online at Midtowncomics.com and Tfaw.com.Source: Daily Saint

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