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Kat Mandu of One Book Two recently posted a review!  (Take that, Dr. Seuss.)  You can check out her review for Superheroes in Prose here.

Superheroes in Prose #15 coming 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” …


Superheroes in Prose Vol 14: The Wrath of Maul is for sale on Amazon now!

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Narrator Bryan Reid once again lends his awesomeness to Superheroes in Prose.  Check out the 4th audiobook, on sale at now!

playstation-tv-showI finally got around to checking out Powers’ first couple of episodes.  Bendis wasn’t the first writer to deconstruct what kind of real impact super powers would have on a person’s life, but he certainly had one of the most interesting takes.  All of the comic’s fun and thought-provoking stuff made its way over … but I wish the look of the show had a little more personality.  It’s not that what you’re seeing on screen is bad … it’s just a tad bland.  Fortunately the writing and performances carry everything well enough that I still wanna stick around.

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Superheroes in Prose #13: A Fabulous Anarchy, on sale now!

If you’ve been on the fence about a trying the Superheroes in Prose audiobook, here are a few free download codes for the first volume on audible’s site.  They’re only good for use each, so hustle!



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Superheroes in Prose #13: A Fabulous Anarchy, on sale March 1st!


Bryan Reid just put the finishing touches on the audiobook for Superheroes in Prose #3: Paradigm.  It’s being approved by the powers that be at audible, but I imagine we’ll see it go live in their store around a month or so.   #4 should be soon after that.

For those of you unfamiliar with Bryan’s work, calling him narrator doesn’t do the guy justice.  He’s a performer, straight up.  His interpretation of Gabe is awesome.  His M is spectacular.  And the overall energy he brings to the work is nothing short of Super. (See what I did there?)

Check out his body of work, including the first two volumes of Prose, here.


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Superheroes in Prose #13: A Fabulous Anarchy, on sale March 1st!