Category Archives: Published in 2012

The Incredible Marie Severin

Marie Severin had a unique and amazing career in comic books. Harvey Kurtzman recruited her to join the EC bullpen in the ’50s. And a decade later, when Stan Lee needed a little help, she joined the Merry Marvel Marching … Continue reading

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Saved by Zero Hour

The boys and girls who attend the Higher Institute of Villainous Education are being trained to become the next generation of malevolent supervillains. At H.I.V.E. they take classes in world domination and elementary evil. And one day they all hope … Continue reading

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Rock and Roll, Part I

When 38-year-old Evan Schuhman develops superpowers that transform him into the most powerful human on Earth, the first thing he thinks about is his bank account. He is an accountant, after all. “There’s got to be a way to make … Continue reading

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H.O.P.E. for the Future

Of all the kids enrolled at the Higher Institute of Villainous Education, Otto Malpence was probably the most gifted. If you haven’t heard, a supercomputer was implanted into his brain at an embryonic stage and that gave him the ability … Continue reading

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So Alone

Over the years, nearly everyone from Neverland has become famous, infamous, or iconic. There’s good ol’ Peter Pan, of course. And Tinker Bell, Captain Hook, Wendy Darling, and don’t forget the ever-lovin’ lost boys themselves. Even Smee has picked up … Continue reading

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T.G.I.F.

We love female superheroes. Really, we do. But most comic books do a lousy job of presenting well-rounded female action heroes. Despite a never-ending string of well-intentioned reboots, retcons, and costume changes, most superheroines don’t present an empowering image. Inevitably, … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction

I, Crimsonstreak is a satirical novel about superheroes fighting a nascent totalitarian regime. It is Orwellian and dystopian and very silly. At times it’s even a little bit funny. Chris Fairborne (aka Crimsonstreak) breaks out of an insane asylum (more … Continue reading

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