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The Legion of Nothing by Jim Zoetewey

Not all superheroes are bigger than life

The Legion of Nothing is the story of Nick Klein and what happens when he takes on the identity (and powered armor) of “The Rocket.” Originally his grandfather’s superhero identity, the powered armor comes with a lot of baggage. Ranging from his grandfather’s service in World War II to connections with other heroes (and villains), the past has a . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes twice weekly.
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Shimmer by Miranda Sparks

Not your average hero...

To friends and family there is nothing remarkable about Justin Cade. Seeing only an awkward, sometimes isolated high school sophomore they would never suspect that he lives a double life as Milestone City’s protector: the holographic heroine known as Glimmer Girl. Juggling school, superherodom and his own skewed sense of self Justin starts down the road of transition into . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes sporadically.
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A Grey World by Joe

A Grey World follows Alexis, who has gone all out badass. Yeah, her mom’s an abusive druggie and her father is [classified]. Oh, and school’s no better, having a resident psychopath with a grudge. As a new member of the hitting-people-in-the-head school of therapy, she sets about taking out her problems on the local drug cartel. What could go . . .

A partial series, with no recent updates.
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RU in? Saga by Novagirl93

Lily thought her senior year of high school was going to be like everyone else’s, but as she takes her little sister around Halloween night, the world changes in a drastic way. It all starts when a green light flashes across the sky. Her neighbors collapse, but when they rise they change. Lily needs to keep her sister safe . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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True North by Unrak

True North is a superhero story set in world threatened by unpredictable interdimensional rifts. When these rifts open they unleash a tide of horrors into our world, only the strength of super powered individuals can hold off the invaders until the rifts collapse upon themselves. Unfortunately invasion from within rifts are not the only threat the world faces, for not . . .

An ongoing scripted series, with new episodes twice weekly.
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Tales of the ESDF by Fushigi

The members of the Earth System Defense Force stand side-by-side with their alien allies to fight a galactic war. It has been going on for hundreds of millennia and it is happening right now, without the knowledge of ordinary people here on Earth.

A war is raging above your head, a war you know nothing about. The combatants have not only been fighting this war for your entire life, they have been fighting it since long before Human history began. While you live your life in peace, the thousands of intelligent species across our galaxy are split between two warring camps, and our . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes twice weekly.
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Gamer Girl by Joe Berridge Beale

Life is a game. Ralphie has the cheat codes.

‘Gamer Girl’ is a superhero action comedy web serial following the bizarre adventures of Ralphie Hero, aka Gamer Girl, a costumed vigilante with the superpower to summon the abilities and items of video game player characters. Working alongside her partner Comikazé ‘Kazé’ Maniakku, aka Fangirl, a superhero fanatic with an electric fan gun, Ralphie sets out to make a name . . .

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I Am the Devil by Alex Davidson

Two teenagers solving mysteries with a little bit of help from the other side.

When Nataly and Danny become involved in a mystery that seems unsolvable, it is only the start of their new lives as private investigators, who are “occasionally” helped by their supernatural friends. . . .

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The League of Prey by flame7926

Sometimes quarantine isn't a bad thing

The League of Prey follows Elie, a teenaged girl, who is miserable in school and her town, and longs for college as an escape. Little does she know that her small city is soon going to be the center of attention. Disaster strikes one day, and nothing is ever the same. No zombies were created, nothing like that, yet . . .

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SHIMMER

Reading Comic Books — Pow, Bam, Zap!

By Morgan O'Friel, editor

Sep 5, 2008: Shimmer rocks my socks. It has an action-packed plot, interesting characters, and a wealth of superhero lore to support its storylines. Reading through, it’s almost as though I’m viewing one of my favorite comic books—it reads beautifully.

Shimmer also handles some difficult issues, including identity, secrets, family, and gender construction. They’re not just thrown around for the shock factor, but are actually examined in a well-integrated fashion.

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THE LEGION OF NOTHING

Legions of Fans should find this…

By G.S. Williams, author of No Man An Island

Jul 30, 2008: I have to admit, I have a bias. I grew up with comic books because of my father, and have a deep appreciation for the medium. I had access to forty years of X-Men comics, and samplings of Spidey, the FF, Avengers and Daredevil . . . 

"The Legion of Nothing" has the high level of excitement that these works carried in the early days. The anticipation of new characters and their origin stories, discovering their powers, working out code-names, and making the mistakes [more . . .]

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