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The Zombie Knight Saga by George M. Frost

Death is coming. And he wants to help.

A young man dies, and a grim reaper offers to revive him in exchange for servitude. Responsibilities include saving other people’s lives and occasionally fighting unspeakable horrors. But this particular young man is cripplingly shy. No, seriously. He can barely even speak to people. It’s really bad. Takes place in the modern fantasy world of Eleg. . . .

A serialized novel, updating sporadically.
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ATL: Stories from the Retrofuture by Thedude3445

In the future of decades past, a world of robots and CRTs, Atlanta is the most powerful city in the world. And in that city, one twentysomething slacker named Morgan Harding dreams of being able to live a normal, peaceful life, but . . . that’s not happening. Together with a mysterious sentient robot and an overworked college student, Morgan must keep Atlanta safe . . .

A serialized novel, updating thrice weekly.
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Blades & Barriers by Drew Hayes

College may be over, but the education is just beginning. Freshly graduated from the Hero Certification Program, three new Heroes begin their internship with the Wayward Wraiths, a team residing in the chaotic city of Port Valins. Though each rookie fought hard to earn the title of Hero, they’ll quickly learn that no amount of training or school can . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Special People by Tim Sevenhuysen

Special people have special problems.

Special People is a fiction project about people with special and unusual powers and abilities. But don’t call them superheroes! The stories are action-oriented and humourous, but definitely not what you’d expect from your average “superhero fiction.” From a human cell phone to a man who can conjure bacon out of thin air, these are unique, interesting characters, special . . .

A partial series, with no recent updates.
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The Mighty Piñata by Steeven R. Orr

It's like Die Hard in a hospital, but our hero carries a bat, and dresses like a piñata.

What do you know of heroes? What do you know of standing atop the walls of justice and letting none pass who travel with nefarious desires in their heart? What do you know of spitting in the face of crime and tickling the torso of evil? Come, gather ’round, and I will tell you the tale of . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Blunder League by Jonathan Kitzrow

Superpowers will probably make your life miserable. None of them asked for it to happen. They made some poor choices (admittedly very bad ideas in hindsight) and nearly destroyed the city. Now they’re stuck with the weight of their ‘powers’ crippling them. They aren’t even useful abilities. They’re inconvenient side-effects at best, and they’re impossible to live with. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes twice weekly.
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Agent Shield and Spaceman by Morgan Crooks

Cold War Super Spy Thriller in Three Parts

“Agent Shield and Spaceman” follows the misadventures of two spies investigating cryptozoological threats and weaponized nihilism during the Cold War. It’s like James Bond, if 007 worked in Bat Country. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes twice weekly.
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The Local Heroes by Al Bruno III

Even super heroes have minor leagues

None of the big time super teams bother with River City – it’s not even flyover territory anymore but that doesn’t mean there aren’t villains aplenty so the Local Heroes fight crime with a league of their own. . . .

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SPYGOD’s Tales by SPYGOD

The stories of the greatest spy the Western World has never known. The man who killed Hitler, saved three Presidents, saved the world a hundred billion times, and wishes he’d never been apotheosized. Immortality is !@#$’n overrated, and he’s living proof. Nick Fury as written by Warren Ellis’ slightly-less-humanistic literary doppelganger, with lots of help (read: drugs) . . .

An ongoing blogfic, with new posts almost daily.
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Hotfoot by Graham Harrington

Guilty by Association

Zach is a 22 year old chronokinetic who just got out of jail, after serving an 8 year prison sentence. Angry at the government for locking him away just because he COULD be exceedingly dangerous if he moved on from petty crimes, and disillusioned with the opportunities left for him he once again turns to crime. Max is 18 . . .

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Super Minion by Gogglesbear

It's hard work, but even horrific lab-grown bioweapons need to eat.

Fortress City has Super Villains, who have evil lairs, and in them they make super weapons. But when a bioweapon is granted super powers of its own, will Fortress City be able to handle the Super Minion? . . .

A serialized novel, updating fortnightly.
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Tomorrow Girl in Bismarck by Sean Arnold

a ture crime superhero story

Tomorrow Girl was almost part of the greatest superhero team of all time then the universe was destroyed. She is now in the boring non-superhero world of Bismarck North Dakota. The events of this story are true. It occurred in North Dakota in 2010. The names have been changed to protect the victims. Everything else has been told exactly . . .

A serialized novel, updating sporadically.
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THE ZOMBIE KNIGHT SAGA

Death Becomes Him

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Sep 6, 2013: "I’m not joking. If I were, you’d be laughing. I’m hilarious."

Weirdly witty and compelling are words that could describe Garavol the Grim Reaper, as well as the story "The Zombie Knight" itself, right from page one. I’ve always thought dialogue was a great way to start a story and draw the reader in, and here we have an intriguing opening conversation between a successfully suicidal teen and a "grim reaper" come to make an offer he could refuse, if he’d [more . . .]

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THE MIGHTY PIñATA

Delusional "Superhero" (Like Don Quixote or The Tick) Saves a Hospital

By ArtNJ, member

Jul 24, 2018: This is intended as a humor-driven adventure, with a physically normal but highly delusional man dressing as a Pinata and imagining himself to be a great hero. The author could have been inspired by Don Quixote or The Tick—like those heroes, the "Mighty Pinata" is highly delusional, but noble in an comic booky kind of way. The Mighty Pinata interrupts some sort of caper of the Crustacean Conglomerate as they take over a hospital and fights back ala Die Hard/Mall Cop. In the 19 posted chapters, I don’t think I [more . . .]

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