Tag Archives: Byron Preiss


When someone writes the history of superhero prose fiction, the late Byron Preiss will undoubtedly be a big part of the narrative. During his lifetime, Preiss launched a handful of interesting projects. Weird Heroes, in particular, was an eight-volume paperback … Continue reading

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Weird Heroes: A New American Pulp

Back in 1975, Weird Heroes was “an exciting new concept in science fiction and adventure!” (It’s true because it says so on the book’s cover.) It also promised to deliver “five of the most incredible new heroes in the universe!” … Continue reading

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