Tag Archives: George Mann

The Life and Death of Rasputin

How do you kill something that’s already dead? It’s simple. Every zombie, mummy, and vampire knows the answer to that question. Life is the only thing that can defeat death. But somehow Grigori Rasputin didn’t get cc’d on the memo. … Continue reading

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As Above, So Below

Just because no one worships them anymore doesn’t mean the ancient Egyptian gods are gone forever. All gods, Mesopotamian, Egyptian, or otherwise, have infinite patience. They’re just waiting around until the time is right for a comeback. But if all … Continue reading

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Ghost Town, USA

A cabal of American fascists wants to turn the British Isles into a new state of America. Its nefarious plan involves dropping an army of giant, one-eyed squids on top of London. This preemptive attack would incite a full-blown conflict … 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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Gangsters, Goons, Golems, and Ghosts

It’s the 1920s and the United States and England are locked in a chilly post-war detente. After pounding Europe into submission during World War I, the Brits are now looking across the pond to reclaim their lost colonies. Cold war … Continue reading

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