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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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Phantonics by Kyologist

Phantonics is set on the fictional island of Requiem, where these tiny particles known as phantons are floating around which makeup the soul of each and every person. Sometimes these phantons can react to varying events and grant a person unique powers, referred to as Abilities. Adam Grayson, the protagonist, awakens one of these Abilities one night after meeting . . .

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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 . . .

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Advent: Red Mage by DM Xanadu

When the Advent began, Drew Michalik was working in a top secret facility in Washington, D.C. When all electronics simply ceased to work and blue screens appeared before him, he gained access to a mana interface and a number of crystals called xatherite. Utilizing these xatherite, he gained the ability to cast spells. Now alone and in the dark, he . . .

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Hell’s Kitchen Sink by Hell's Kitchen Sink

The world's dark and full of terror.

It’s funny to think that the only reason the Earth is still around is because a ten-thousand year line of people stepped the fuck up. Modern fantasy, martial arts, hospitality, law, quarterly apocalypse, and a world that refuses to die. . . .

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Superstition by Allan T. Michaels

Dashiell Aldridge is a private investigator. Who just happens to be an expert in occult phenomena. His adventures are wrought with suspense, mystery and magic. . . .

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Peter and the Vampires by Darren Pillsbury

Peter Normal leaves California and moves into his grandfather’s house with his mother and sister. Upon arriving he discovers that his grandfather’s house looks like something out of a horror movie, that his grandfather forbids him to go into the garden, and that the neighbor boy is a bit off the wall. He also discovers that the undead thing . . .

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Everyday Life of a Modern Witch by TheWiseVixen

Lyra Grey moves to Seattle to live with her best friend after her adoptive mother dies. A chance encounter with a woman named Camilla sparks a strange compulsion, and draws her into the dangerous world of the supernatural. Can she survive the obsession of an ancient vampire? Set in a modern, supernatural world. . . .

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A Tail’s Misfortune by SME

For years Sora has been viciously harassed by bullies, being subject to physical, psychological, and emotional torture from middle school to high school. This, however, is going to change as Sora’s sixteenth birthday draws near; reality begins to twist as myths and legends surround her. She starts to change from a demure teenage girl to something else as she struggles . . .

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Level 51 by Maybonics

All that stands between man and the forces of darkness

They are Foxtrot Squadron, a trio of elite agents, working for the ultra-secret M.I.16. Their brief: to protect the world from supernatural threats, no matter the forms they take, and uphold the masquerade at all costs. Together, they face an unending wave of monsters, hordes of the undead, mages of terrifying power, and – worst of all – the dark . . .

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Call it a Mission by A. A. Roi

The Paranormal Mystery series

Palantine and Co. is an unusual company. But it seems attractive enough to out of work Gary Bellamy, with decent pay and a good benefits package. But things start to get a little strange. The CEO is perpetually out of town, apparently in search of ‘Enlightenment’. His co-workers are involved in research and investigations that appear to involve Bigfoot, ghosts, . . .

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Weaver’s Knight by Peter Flanagan

Love is Majestic

Even after artist Alex Deleon found himself fighting a Reanimate for a woman he’d just met, he had no idea of the world – and life – that they were about to face together. Imbued with powers he’d only dreamed of and faced with nightmare conspiracies that surpass a fringe theorist’s most paranoid delusions, Alex must learn how to confront . . .

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