So, there's this comic book I read a few months ago, which was quite entertaining, but I can't find its title anymore. I've tried Googling it with filters targeting the site I read it on, but no luck.
- As stated above, I read it 2-3 months ago, but I think it wasn't on its release date. Could have been published during the last 10 years IMO.
- Read it in English on readcomiconline.to, and I'm pretty sure English was the original language.
- In color.
Some police cop, let's name him Bob, is on his day off when he witnesses an arrest go wrong, IE the guy being arrested has stone-hard skin and bullets bounces off him. He helps the task force handling him by throwing a glass bottle at him, figuring that he actually takes the consistance of what he's making contact with. Later on, Bob defeats another "mutant", this time a giant one, IIRC by making him ingest explosives hidden in a car/huge box. He's broadcasted on TV.
He's accompanied by a girl, let's call her Alice. At some point, they're in a stadium, supposed to be rescued or joined by a science team, but part of them dies. (this point is a bit blurry, but what I do remember is that it was quite a mess)
In the end,
the mutant threat can be stopped by emitting some frequency from the top of a tower, using a remote. However the remote falls from the tower, but Bob jumps, catches it, presses the button and saves the day. (and then, I assume, makes quite a stain when he crashes on the road, but that wasn't shown...)
- Mutants I remember: the skin-becomes-material-I-touch one, a flying man (who's actually crazy, flies through an helicopter at some point, and counters Bob at the end), a burning woman, the giant mutant (can't remember if male or female);
- Possibly in Chicago since the burning woman was nicknamed Mrs O'Leary - also, Bob and the firemen trapped her on an island;
- I think there was a mutant kid Bob had to shoot... Not sure if it was a kid though;
- a homeless man was able to generate a "leave me the f*** alone" kind of Black bubble... I think;
- The town was about to be nuked in the end;
- When entering the tower, Alice pranks Bob into thinking he forgot the batteries for the remote.
It's not even about wanting to re-read it (though I will), but it frustrates me to remember that much detail and not be able to find what it was. Hence, eternal gratitude to whoever calms down my nitpicking brain :)