Category Archives: Live! In the Link Age

Live! In the Link Age 03.01.17.

The Pen and Cape Society is an association of authors united in their love of superhero prose fiction. Over the years, the group’s website has become a good resource for readers and authors alike. In particular, we enjoy listening to … Continue reading

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Live! In the Link Age: Short Reviews of 2016 (Revisited)

Everybody’s got an origin story, even a chump on the downhill slide to nowhere like Duke LaRue (“The Devil’s Right Hand” / By Stephen T. Brophy / First Printing: February 2016). Before he became an infamous minion known as HandCannon … Continue reading

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Live! In the Link Age: Short Reviews of 2015 (Revisited)

The last time we saw Alice Gailsone she was lying in a hospital bed recuperating from injuries sustained from an atomic bomb (The Red Rook). In her first post-nuclear adventure (“Old Ghosts” / By Casey Glanders / First Printing: August … Continue reading

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Live! In the Link Age: Short Reviews of 2014 (Revisited)

The 9 Super Girls (by Tigerlily Emi Kawasaki / First Printing: December 2013) is a self-published, one-of-a-kind portfolio of drawings featuring super-powered girls who punch, fly, swim, make music, wield swords, and control the weather. There’s even one character whose … Continue reading

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Live! In the Link Age: Short Reviews of 2013 (Revisited)

After 15 years behind bars, Nicholas McHenry is finally getting out of jail (The Machinist, Part 1: Malevolence / First Printing: February 2013 / ISBN: 9781482015850). Before being locked up, McHenry was an engineering genius who used his wonky gadgets … Continue reading

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Live! In the Link Age: Short Reviews of 2012 (Revisited)

Have you been thrown off balance by the New 52 reboot of Superman? Just imagine how the Man of Steel feels. Author Robert T. Jeschonek takes a look at Superman sans Lois Lane in his latest story, “The Wife Who … Continue reading

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