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Rumor’s Block by King and Commoner

The Superhero Support Group 

Rumor’s Block centers around William Writer. Will is a rarity in his world, a retired super hero. These days he serves as the moderator and adviser to a support group for young heroes who are thinking about quitting. His free time is spent travelling around the city Macropolis, checking up on old allies. But he is also waiting for the day his past catches up to him, and an old friend comes calling.

Note: Rumor’s Block contains some graphic violence and harsh language.

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly

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Listed: Jun 26, 2014


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Be careful when co-opting existing phrases!

By Oniwasabi, author of The Monster They Deserve

Jun 27, 2014: Alright, there are only 9 chapters of this story as of this review, so things may change drastically from their currently observed state; fair warning for a few months from now when (hopefully) the story will have progressed well past here ^_^

This one is a very different take on superpower fiction, in so far that I don’t think I can recall ever having seen the exact premise before (and only a few gag-a-day type webcomics have put up anything close [more . . .]

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By Unillustrated, author of Citadel

Dec 1, 2014: This story can’t quite decide if it wants to be a fairly generic, though well done, superhero story or a story that focuses on choices and their consequences. Which totally fits. The writing is good, overall. There’s a few their/they’re style mix-ups but not too bad. The setting specific superhero jargon can be pretty confusing and doesn’t seem to add anything. The characterization, on the other hand, is very well done. But what really drives the story, what made it stand out to me, is the basic premise.

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