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World Domination in Retrospect by Psycho Gecko

Psycho Gecko is not your normal punk with superpowers. He is every bit the crazy, violent, and comedic supervillain that you read about in comic books. He doesn’t want to conquer the world. He’d much rather conquer a hot dog eating contest, except he’d cheat by lacing his opponents’ wieners with ghost pepper. He wouldn’t even have the courtesy to . . .

An ongoing blogfic, with new posts twice weekly.
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Shadows Rise by The Shadows Crew

It’s a common misconception that we all see ourselves as the heroes in our own stories. Sometimes, hunting down the ones who caused you harm comes with the hefty cost of becoming exactly what you hate the most. Shadows Rise is a story about grief, revenge, and the consequences one must face when overcome by either. It begins with . . .

A serialized novel, updating fortnightly.
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The List by Kris Truitt

When in doubt, make a list. Thatโ€™s exactly what Levi Cole did, and on his list is the names of the people he plans to destroy. In his line of business โ€“ super hero assassination โ€“ it pays to stay organized. . . .

A complete series.
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Killing Time OST by Aheila

A Nightshade Assassin Serial

Rich heiress by day and assassin by night, Lorelei finds balance and strength in her crazy double life. She deals with crazier stuff on a daily basis, including her nightmares about nanotechnology and its perversion of the world. The only implant she tolerates is the chip playing music in her brain. Armed with a vintage Desert Eagle, assisted by a . . .

A complete novel.
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Borrowed Time by Emmy Jackson

Nikki Saxen would be really happy to go a week without having to return from the dead again. A kidnapped runaway trained as a killer, Nikki discovers that she might have a spark of humanity left in her after all when she befriends her latest target. The arrival of her mentor and master throws gasoline on that spark, and sets . . .

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Why Do Bad Girls Love Dan by JayDirex

An assassination romance about a generous high school teacher who’s forced to make criminal decisions for the sake of a mysterious female student, all while crossing a violent mob boss who wants him dead. . . .

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WORLD DOMINATION IN RETROSPECT

Outlandish Death and Destruction

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Aug 3, 2013: Psycho Gecko, our universe’s version, is notorious from the comments section of the popular parahuman web fiction "Worm", where he has taken the tl;dr comment to a comic art form. It all makes sense (not really ๐Ÿ˜‰ ) with the reveal that in some other dimension, he is a superpowered individual himself, devoted to Chaotic Evil. This is his blog, and well, your mileage will vary, on how funny you find it. A tolerance for scatological references will help. Despite that, I will say it has its moments.

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THE LIST

Hero with a Heart of Lead, or Villain with a Heart of Gold?

By August Mack, author of Project Redemption

May 23, 2011: This is turning out to be an incredibly enjoyable read. When I first started it, I came in expecting only one thing: action. Quite frankly, "The List" struck me as little more than one frenetic, high-speed fight scene after the other. However, as I flung through the chapters (reading them doesn’t give the full effect of just how action-packed this is), I realized that a larger plot arc revolving around the assassination of a team of super heroes was beginning to form. Better yet, I was beginning to see a [more . . .]

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