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Check out the complete first volume of Superheroes in Prose right here for free: welcome-to-prose.

Superheroes in Prose #15 on sale in June!

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I’ve always dug Peter David’s work, and the Apropos books are some of his best. This one is no exception … it’s a great and fitting addition to the series.  If you haven’t had a chance to read the other books yet, I envy you for what’s in store.  Check’em out.

Superheroes in Prose #15 on sale in June!

The amount of heart in the first JW is what made the movie so suprisingly awesome. Chapter 2 doesn’t really have that, but the story is still interesting, engaging and–ultimately–fulfills its purpose: to give the protagonist a reason to shoot people in the coolest way possible. Fans of the first JW should definitely check out the second and–like me–will inevitably  look forward to the third.

The next Superheroes in Prose on sale in June!

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Hard to believe he’s gone. His energetic performances trasncended film and worked their way into pop-culture lexicon.  My heart goes out to his family.

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Looks like Robin got schooled by a crowbar again.

Superheroes in Prose #15 on sale in June!

You know what’s a hard word to spell … “Pharaoh.”  It’s almost as tricky as “phlegm.”

Anyway, look for the next volume of Superheroes in Prose around late spring/early summer.  And look for it to include a villain named Pharaoh … because that’s the only way I’ll learn to spell this freaking word.

Now, maybe I can come up with a villain idea for “phlegm” …

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If you missed the boat on Rick Remender’s Fear Agent, there are two beautiful hardbacks encompassing the entire run. This series is the best kind of pulpy sci-fi: the kind that has tons of heart.