Tag Archives: Carrie Vaughn

Superhero Novels: The Best of 2014 and a Peek at 2015

2014 was definitely the year of the tiger as far as we’re concerned. Nick Harkaway’s latest novel featured a substantial superhero storyline and we are happy to embrace it as our favorite novel of the year. But really, when we … Continue reading

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Secrets of the Golden Age

Everybody in Carrie Vaughn’s latest novel is guarding a deeply personal secret. Superheroes, supervillains, mothers, fathers, grandmothers, sisters, friends, frenemies, police captains, and chauffeurs—they’re all concealing something untold from each other. Keeping secrets is an important part of being a … Continue reading

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Superhero Novels: The Best of 2011 and a Peek at 2012

When someone discovers SuperheroNovels.com for the first time, they inevitably ask the same question: Are there enough superhero books being written to support a blog? The truth is we struggle mightily to keep abreast of all the novels that are … Continue reading

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Who Made Who

The Destructor is a guy who enjoys destroying stuff. Like the Joker, he’s hard-wired for chaos. But he wasn’t always this way. As a younger man (then known as Dr. Simon Sito) he once experimented with methods of altering the … Continue reading

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