Superheroes aren't born. They're created for PR.
Godwin Zane (aka. Monochrome) thinks he's a hero. The press disagree.
When an enormous rift in time and space opened over Manhattan, Zane used his magma powers to melt the machine generating it and save millions of lives. Unfortunately, he's an asshole. The rift opening over Zane Tower was all the proof Americans needed to blame him for the incident.
In order to clear his name and prove himself a hero once and for all, Zane forms a superhero team called the Bedazzlers.
The other Bedazzlers are all being either bribed or blackmailed, and they hate him.
But they'll have to overcome that if they're going to save a world facing extreme traffic, sea monsters, and a shortage of Hamilton tickets...
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The Bedazzlers is a superhero parody. It's absurd, it's deranged, and it's very much written for adults.
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About the Author
Martina is a technical writer by day and a creative writer by night. She holds an M.A. in English from West Virginia University and a Ph.D. in Emotional Whiplash from the Joss Whedon School of Fiction. She grew up reading comic books and watching stand-up, and now writes genre-bending sci-fi and fantasy stories. She likes her humor like she likes her font colors: #000000.*
Martina lives in Pennsylvania with her boyfriend and two cats.
*Her hobbies include writing alienating hex code jokes.