Anyway, this space between the typical and the not typical is where the writers of Heroics dabbled to create eight new superheroes that border on the strange and linger just around the corner of absurd. Stephen Graham Jones (Zombie Bakeoff, It Came from Del Rio) shows us the business side of being a vigilante. Rebecca Gale (Trying, Boxfire Press 2012) takes us deep into a mine that's very hungry and Glenn Yonezawa listens in as a sidekick bares his soul in therapy. Connor Cleary flips the coin and shows us what happens when a henchman is so over his bad-guy boss and Keith Kennedy takes us behind the lines of a true battle between good and evil. Wayne Ligon's Straight Arrow yearns to hone some new powers and Quincy Jones asks us to consider the psychic anguish of a heartbroken, 30 million year old mind reader.
|Publisher:||Justin McLachlan LLC|
|Product dimensions:||5.20(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Brian Moll is a writer living in Portland, Oregon by way of about half a dozen other places. He is the editor of Kindling, a flash-fiction magazine that isn't. If he were a superhero, he would probably be one of the more obscure ones. Like Shaq in Steel. He's a big fan of Shaq on and off the court.