not yet rated

Black Meridian by Z.Q. Spark

There's a New Kind of Public Servant 

Some facts about humans: They are intelligent, versatile creatures with a tendency for murder and vice.

Zeta, a swordsman from a villa at the summit of Greenwich Mountain, has heard many stories about the “Sigma World,” the colloquial term for any and all things superpowered in the world. He’s also heard of the many tragedies, as well as the many wonders humankind has created in its history, even if he has yet to see it in person.

Following the philosophy of his teacher, Gin Kagan, Zeta intends to become a “Servant of Humanity,” in an endeavor to protect mankind from its gravest threats, from power-hungry sigma-users, but most importantly, from itself.

He’s going to need a lot of allies to pull that off, even if he doesn’t understand that yet.

Note: Black Meridian contains pervasive graphic violence; also, some harsh language.

An ongoing series, with new episodes twice weekly

Tags: · · ·

Listed: Feb 20, 2019


  • Facebook
  • Delicious
  • Reddit
  • StumbleUpon
  • Twitter

more . . .


No reader recommendations yet.

Member Shelves

No relevant member shelves.

Have Your Say!

Register or log in to rate, recommend, review, or bookmark this story.

Note: You can monitor reviews for this listing with its review feed.

Vote for it on . . .

Editorial Reviews

No editorial reviews yet.

Most Helpful Member Reviews

No member reviews yet.

Your review

Register or log in to rate, recommend, review, or bookmark this story.