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Supervillain! Issue #3 By Jacob Martin
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3 Stories in One! Leroy finds a Vampire's Urn in his Attic, Oscar Wilde discusses politics with Mayor Moonshard in the face of the upcoming Mayoral Election, and The Banshee, an Undead Superhero, is... More > introduced to the "Supervillain!" universe, in the continuing serial saga of Superheroes, Literary Giants, Mystery, and Action-packed battles! The serial so awesome it has a disclaimer, is now a Monthly issue format.< Less
Supervillain! Issue #4 By Jacob Martin
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The battle continues, as Lovecraft, Leroy and Bill fight the Vampire Slayer Ninjas! Will Leroy survive, when the stakes are high? (Terrible pun, I know, but I couldn't resist) Can Lovecraft and... More > Bill fend off these Oriental Assassins who seek only to destroy Vampire-kind? Find out in Issue #4 of "Supervillain!" Also... Oscar Wilde, Candidate for Mayor of Heropolis, makes his appeal for the "Lavender Bill" to be passed, in the continuation of the "Decision 2050" storyline!< Less
Supervillain! Issue #2 By Jacob Martin
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Oscar Wilde is running for Mayor in the magical city of Heropolis, having survived death due to his Changeling genes. Will he prove popular with voters? ALSO IN THIS ISSUE: The Butler, the British... More > Houseservant Hero, is battling Omicronus, an Alien Supervillain, but is this threat what it seems to be? What's the deal with The Butler's sister, and why does Yog-Sothoth have an interest in her? These questions answered, and more questions asked, in the continuation of Jacob Martin's epic fantasy serial set in the modern age!< Less
Supervillain! Issue #1 By Jacob Martin
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New England will never be the same! A parallel world attached via portal to the City of Providence, is a Metropolis of mighty Superheroes. But for every Hero there must be an Adversary that they... More > must face. This story, is about one who could become such a threat to law and order. Wacky Fantasy meets the Superhero genre in this serialised epic, which challenges the supposed "irreedeemability" of Supervillains. Can such people become normal? Maybe some therapy might help, or even better, a hug every now and then! From the author of Small Worlds: A Miscellany comes the beginning of this quirky tale of heroes, villains, and true love!< Less
Supervillain: The Concise Guide By Ras Ashcroft
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Are you tired of living a humdrum life? Is there little to look forward to except a dead-end job and more news headlines that remind you of your insignificance in the world? Do you think the future... More > of humanity depends on your potent leadership skills? Well forget about the nonsense of running for political office and become a supervillain instead. Fancy degrees and qualifications are not required. With this concise guide, you will learn all the basic tricks of the trade. Ease into your first seedy business, create a large organisation with interests in finance, media and politics, and build a powerful military force. Eventually you will launch your crusade to rule the entire planet. Take your shot at world domination – and hit the bull’s-eye.< Less
1000 Facts about Supervillains Vol. 2 By James Egan
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Deadpool calls Doctor Octopus “Elton John on stilts.” Frank Sinatra really wanted to play the Joker. There is a parallel universe where Donald Trump is MODOK. Lex Luthor believes there... More > are four ways to kill Superman. Carnage was nearly called Chaos or Ravage. Mister Freeze used to be called Mister Zero. Professor X has an evil twin sister. The Punisher has admitted that he would stand no chance against Elektra. The Riddler deduced Batman’s identity. The first enemy the Justice League was a cycloptic starfish. The Mandarin used to be a janitor. Professor X eventually became a supervillain called Onslaught. Apocalypse is a surprisingly good dancer.< Less
1000 Facts about Supervillains Vol. 3 By James Egan
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The Joker used to be the ambassador of Iran. Chameleon was the first supervillain that Spider-Man fought. Lex Luthor became the president of the United States. Green Goblin used to lead the... More > Avengers. The Penguin is an expert bare-knuckle boxer. Doctor Doom briefly served as God but gave it up because “found it beneath me.” Loki claimed to be Deadpool’s father. Magneto pretended to be Professor X’ cousin. Despite what many people, Harley Quinn spends very little time with the Joker. Doctor Octopus’ tentacles are based on Leonardo da Vinci’s painting, The Vitruvian Man. Ego the Living Planet has a moon called Id who snorts planets.< Less
1000 Facts about Supervillains Vol. 1 By James Egan
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Some of Doctor Doom's evil dialogue has been taken almost word-for-word from British Prime Minister, David Cameron. Harley Quinn originated from Batman: The Animated Series, not the comics. Despite... More > what many people believe, Apocalypse is not the first mutant. Bullseye killed somebody by throwing a poodle at them. Carnage’s face is based on the Joker. The Red Skull used to be a bellhop. Doctor Octopus nearly married Aunt May. The Riddler has a mental illness than renders him incapable of lying. Elektra’s name was misspelt upon her debut. Ultron used to be called the Crimson Cowl. The Joker was nearly killed after one issue.< Less
Evil Super-Villains Need Love, Too By Steven Sommers
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Why should the toilet seat be down? What do you do about a possum in the garage? How do you know when you're a man? How can we save blondes from extinction? ... Steve Sommers answers these questions... More > - and many, many more< Less
Evil Super-Villains Need Love, Too By Steven Sommers
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Why should the toilet seat be down? What do you do about a possum in the garage? How do you know when you're a man? How can we save blondes from extinction? ... Steve Sommers answers these questions... More > - and many, many more< Less