Category Archives: Published in 2010

The Kids Are All Right

Over four thousand years ago a mad demigod named Krodin had a plan. He wanted to unite the world by destroying it. “I am not a god,” he proclaimed. “Nor am I human.” In truth, he was the very first … Continue reading

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Agent Death and the Martian Manhunter

Forget the concept of anti-hero. One of the characters in this book of short stories is pieced together from fish parts (with a dash of DNA from a sleeping Martian god). And another character controls the power of Heaven and … Continue reading

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Superhero Novels: The Best of 2010 and a Peek at 2011

Masked, a collection of straight-up superhero stories was the best book of 2010. So sayeth SuperheroNovels.com. Each of the contributing authors fearlessly embraced the tropes of superhero fiction and successfully expanded the genre’s horizons. Hats off to the project’s editor … Continue reading

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Say Hello To Your Dark Friend

When the Dark Falcon came to Troncol City everyone was happy to have a superhero in the community. But now, two years later, things aren’t so peachy. “He’s a psychotic creature,” says Dr. Janet Newman. “He’s inflicting his own personal … Continue reading

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It’s a Family Affair

Spoiler alert: there are a lot of masks in this book—Ku Klux Klan conical hoods, superhero cowls, lucha libre máscaras, and knit pullover ski caps worn by arsonists. But that’s not what The Masked Family is all about. It’s about … Continue reading

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Sovereign Era: First Class

The era of superheroes kicked off in 1985. That’s when people with extraordinary physical powers stood up and declared their sovereign status. The world hasn’t been the same since. The events immediately following the Donner Declaration were nicely chronicled in … Continue reading

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When the Gods Go Crazy

Epitome is the strongest of the strong, the “king of the superhuman gods.” Even at age 72, he can bench press North America, fly like a jet, and deploy hair follicles to drill through concrete (Whoa!). But what happens when … Continue reading

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