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Inheritors by Megajoule

A clone of the greatest super ever, with only a fraction of the power.

Gabe is a clone of the greatest superhero in the world. He lives in the gutters of Houston, hiding from agencies that would liquidate him, and trying to live up to the legacy that Megajoule left behind. He bleeds in dark hallways, he breaks bones over little girls sold into sex slavery. He wonders: can he make a difference . . .

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Orivar: Deep Black by Rotaidem

Atara Korrell, a retired Navy captain, is called back into service after a gifted scientist loses everything. Is Atara serving her country? Or is she just a pawn in a great game? Orivar is a web novel series set in the distant future. Humanity has all but mastered the exotic material known as omnium, the most common of . . .

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Jean V. Forster is a teenage girl who spends most of her free time in a secret room at the back of the public library, a room where the books haven’t yet been confiscated for ‘preservation.’ One day, she finds a burnt book behind the shelves and is transported to the ‘House of Wisdom’, a massive library in the magical . . .

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INHERITORS

Superheroes With A Horror Edge

By Rhodeworks, author of Not All Heroes

May 18, 2018: Review of the first 12 chapters (episodes) and bonuses. NOTE: This review was written before the rewrite and therefore is not entirely accurate. Rewrite buffed the score from 4 to 4.5. Review adjustment pending.

IN SHORT: Inheritors feels like a solid entry into the arena of ‘vaguely young adult’ superhero web fiction. All in all, the fact that it operates so comfortably in the genre is both a positive and a negative. A strong beginning that I feel will only improve, [more . . .]

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