It was not DC or Marvel. I distinctly remember him talking to the animal spirts from the shirts. Whenever the shirt got ripped he permanently lost the power. The villains were stealing kids to maybe feed to something? I can't remember for sure. I think his dad was a god and him coming down was a trial for him.
Hi, welcome to the site. In roughly which year did you read this and when do you think it might've been published?– LogicDictatesMar 10 at 17:36
1unfortunately I don't remember exactly when I read it, but probably around 2013 or 2014. and I have no idea when it might have been published– KaitMar 10 at 17:49
1If a correct answer is posted, you can accept by clicking on the checkmark by the voting buttons, as per the tour.– FuzzyBootsMar 10 at 18:31
Paul Pope's Battling Boy as per this list.
Haggard West, hero of Acropolis, seems to be the only hope for Acropolis, constantly under siege from horrific monsters, until his untimely death. Battling Boy, son of gods, then springs onto the scene, armed with a monster guidebook and a collection of T-shirts that help him use animal powers. This graphic novel follows his ascent as the city’s new hero, all while West’s daughter Aurora is using her father’s lab to train herself to take on the monsters.
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"comic book" animal powers "t-shirts"