We are halfway through 2021, so it’s time once again to spotlight some new superhero fiction. We’ve got a few collections and next-in-series books this time, and I hope you can find something that catches your eye.
As usual, I haven’t read all these books personally, so please check out the reviews and samples before reading.
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The Horror of Supervillainy (The Supervillainy Saga Book 7)
by C.T. Phipps
Gary Karkofsky a.k.a Merciless: The Supervillain without MercyTM has decided to give up supervillainy and embrace the path of righteousness. Unfortunately, he’s terrible at it and no one wants him to be their superheroic protector. That all changes when a talking raven arrives with the perfect quest to make his mark: rescue the President’s daughter from Dracula.
Unfortunately, Gary is being led into a trap. The location of Dracula’s castle is in Satan Swamp, which is where Gary suffered one of the few defeats of his life. There’s also a camp full of superpowered children, the return of alternate reality allies, a pair of psycho killers in love, and an old enemy returned.
Enjoy the latest installment of the Supervillainy Saga!
Nemesis (League of Independent Operatives Book 4)
by Kate Sheeran Swed
Mary O’Sullivan’s world is on the brink of collapse.
The Enhanced Abilities Enforcement Association is persecuting humans with powers, forcing them to register their talents with the government. With LIO no longer sanctioned, agents swarm the streets in search of the entrance to the league’s hidden HQ.
When Mary helps an enhanced teenager to escape across the border, she uncovers a huge community of people trapped in hiding. With even greater threats lurking among the stars, she must usher them to safety before the EAEA finds them first…Continue reading “New Superhero Fiction (2021 pt. 2)”