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Super! by Elliot Moors

 

A superhero story set in a medieval fantasy world, revolving around the struggle between the empress Paragon and the villainous revolutionary Ender, as well as two young companions who make stark contrasts to one another, but both wish to protect the empire in their own way. The story has a heavy focus on dialogue and action and explores the divide between Heroes and Villains.

Note: Super! contains pervasive graphic violence and harsh language; also, some graphic sexual content.


A serialized novel, updating weekly

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Listed: Nov 20, 2018

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Super Medieval

By Sharkerbob, author of Graven

Jan 8, 2019: SUPER! posits a world of superheroes and supervillains through the lens of a medieval European setting, almost as though someone dropped superhero powers into a Lord of the Rings or DnD type of world. Superhumans apply to become Apprentices to officially sanctioned Heroes, who go on missions to defeat Monsters and Villains alike. It’s an interesting mixture of genres as a premise, and was what initially intrigued me about the story.

All’s said and done, though, the result is a pretty [more . . .]

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A SUPER good time.

By Hejin57, author of Music Masters

Nov 20, 2018: With superheroes such a persistent genre these days, it becomes hard to define what is unique and what isn’t.

You do of course get some great stories that stand out of the crowd, but I’m not going to name them all here.

Instead, I’m focusing on what I consider one of the most unique of the genre, an exciting tale called SUPER!

The [more . . .]

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