Category Archives: Pre-existing

The Man From T.E.R.R.A.

It’s up to Hannibal Fortune to save the world from the Mind Muddler. Sometimes called the Happiness Machine (or a television), it is a device that can reduce the world’s population to the level of idiots. Fortune is equal parts … Continue reading

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Superhero Novels Alert: San Diego Comic-Con 2012

Three members of our tribe showed up for the Remixing Fairy Tales and Superhero Lore panel at San Diego Comic-Con last week. On hand was Tracy Hickman, author of Wayne of Gotham, Tom King, author of A Once Crowded Sky, … Continue reading

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Childhood’s End

Everybody knows that Superboy grows up to be Superman. Similarly, the Invisible Girl eventually becomes a woman. Unless your name is Peter Pan, you can’t avoid getting older. Even the Tiny Titans will one day grow up to be inducted … Continue reading

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Psi-Man’s Adventures in Wonderland

Disneyland may in fact be the “Happiest Place on Earth,” but it always seemed a tad feudal to us. There’s an impenetrable wall surrounding the park, a big iconic castle, and all those inscrutable Alice in Wonderland playing card guardsmen … Continue reading

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Do Unto Others

Overlord was the first evolutionary consciousness ever created. It was designed to interface with all the world’s computer networks. And that meant it would have unrestricted access to every piece of information on earth, including the keys to every military … Continue reading

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Superhero Novels Alert: Blaze of Glory TV

A year ago, author Sheryl Nantus told us that she’d like to see her Blaze of Glory series eventually turned into a television show. And now, in her latest book (Heroes Without, Monsters Within), her characters are even musing about … Continue reading

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Invisible and Justice for All

James Maxey has written a book with a split personality. On one hand, Nobody Gets the Girl is a novel of moral ambiguity on a Biblical scale. It is the story of a man named Dr. Knowbokov who knowingly sparks … Continue reading

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