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WORLD DOMINATION IN RETROSPECT

PG turns superpower writing on it’s ear. Funny, chaotic, violent, different

By Farmerbob1, author of Set In Stone

Feb 5, 2014: If formulaic superhero fiction gets boring and you want a break from reading what everyone else seems to be writing, Psycho Gecko’s virtual blog of his supervillain escapades is something to look at.

As mentioned in the description of the series on this site, PG is the abbreviation of his name, definitely not the rating.

Expect blood and gore. Expect psychopathic expositions. Expect cruel punishments. Expect a great deal of self-harm.

The series is so violent at times that it’s hard to see that PG does care about some things, but it does happen. Sometimes obviously, sometimes less so. So, to continue the expectations list:

Expect occasional moments of mercy or compassion, which make sense to some degree based on the character’s history.

Expect fluid expulsion through the nose occasionally if you dare read this series while consuming beverages. Hot coffee is not a good combination with this series. I speak from experience. Damn You, PG

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WORLD DOMINATION IN RETROSPECT

PG turns superpower writing on it’s ear. Funny, chaotic, violent, different

By Farmerbob1, author of Set In Stone

Feb 5, 2014: If formulaic superhero fiction gets boring and you want a break from reading what everyone else seems to be writing, Psycho Gecko’s virtual blog of his supervillain escapades is something to look at.

As mentioned in the description of the series on this site, PG is the abbreviation of his name, definitely not the rating.

Expect blood and gore. Expect psychopathic expositions. Expect cruel punishments. Expect a great deal of self-harm.

The series is so violent at times that it’s hard to see that PG does care about some things, but it does happen. Sometimes obviously, sometimes less so. So, to continue the expectations list:

Expect occasional moments of mercy or compassion, which make sense to some degree based on the character’s history.

Expect fluid expulsion through the nose occasionally if you dare read this series while consuming beverages. Hot coffee is not a good combination with this series. I speak from experience. Damn You, PG

3 of 3 members found this review helpful.
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