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  • Gavin

    review Superheroes Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB SuperheroesThis was a real mixed bag of an anthology Half of the novellas were worth the reading and the other half were not The stories that made the best impression on me were Secret Identity Downfall and Superhero Family Overall rating 35 starsAudio Note This anthology was performed by Oliver Wyman Joe


  • Timothy Boyd

    review Superheroes Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB SuperheroesMost short story collections follow the same pattern for me; most stories are middle of the road some good and some bad The good and bad stories usually cancel out and you are left with a nice middle of the road book This one had the usual number of middle of the road and bad stories just none that stood out as good to me If you like superhero fiction and are looking for some new reads then give this a try but to me it gets a not recommended


  • Skjam!

    review Superheroes Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB SuperheroesSuperheroes as we know them or less started in the comic books of the late 1930s with the most obvious first “true” superhero being Superman And comic books have largely shaped our perceptions of costumed superheroes ever since But sometimes prose is a perfectly acceptable way of writing about people with unusual powers and distinctive appearances who fight crime and injustice There have been uite a few anthologies of short stories in the field and this is one of themSuperheroesThe sixteen stories cover various aspects of the superhero genre from the superheroes themselves through supervillains and to the civilians who have to try to survive in these larger than life worlds The lead story is “Sunlight Society” by Margaret Ronald A nethead a cyborg able to interface with computers is called in to deal with a virus in a su


  • Lissibith

    review Superheroes Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB SuperheroesLet me preface this by saying I am lazy Combine that with how long I took to get around to this review and the fact that a couple of the stories I'd already read in other compilations and I'm just not even going to try to give my thoughts on every one of these stories Instead I'm going to hit the highlights of what was actually a pretty solid collectionFirst I have to give pride of place to Peter Beagle's Dirae I love Beagle's writing I think he's seemed like a wonderful person each time I've had the pleas


  • Suzy Wilson

    review Superheroes Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB SuperheroesI recieved an ARC courtesy of Diamond Book Distributors and NetGally for the purpose of an honest reviewRich Horton has drawn together an anthology of short stories around a central theme of Superheroes The stories range from a few pages to vignettes over several short chapters The styles as one would expect from a range of different authors is varied some of the prose is stark while in others particularly Dirae by Peter S Beagle were lyric and evocative I enjoyed uite a few of the stories of note for me were The Illustrated Biography of


  • Daniel

    review Superheroes Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB SuperheroesA collection of short storiesIntroduction Rich HortonSunlight Society Margaret Ronald This isn't really as much about superheroes as it is about advancedintegrated technology within a person Though there does seem to be some superheroes in the society structure surrounding the story Basicall


  • Henrik Rostoft

    review Superheroes Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB SuperheroesSome really good stories in this anthology


  • Iain

    review Superheroes Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB SuperheroesProse superheroics are undergoing something of a mini boom right now so this anthology is nothing if not timely But timely is one thing importantly an anthology needs uality and variety particularly where as here none of the contributions are appearing for the first time In fact some like Peter Beagle's 'Dirae' have than one previous appearance under their beltsFortunately this compilation has both uality and variety in spades Sixteen stories in all with a nice range and hardly any


  • Lindsay Stares

    review Superheroes Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB SuperheroesNew Release I received a copy of this book from Netgalley for the purpose of reviewPremise A new anthology of fiction based around the title themeFrom other reviews of this book I expected to like it a bit than I did but I did still enjoy it Like most anthologies this was a mixed bag The first few especially I thought were just fine nothing too exciting The last one I found long meandering annoying and pointlessIn general I think the target market for this book are people with a casual knowledge of superheroes but who aren't really hardcore comic fans For example I enjoyed The Illustrated Biography of Lord Grimm which followed the average citizens of a country ruled by a supervillain and Tonight We Fly about an aging hero but these aren't any inventive or interesting than stories that have already been


  • Steven Morton

    review Superheroes Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB SuperheroesSo far my favorite stories in this anthology are Secret Identity by Kelly Link and The Illustrated Biography of Lord Grimm by Daryl Greogry Link's story was different for me with the main character speaking in third person but focusing on her coming of age as a young woman was interesting with superheroes playing in the background thru the entire story Gregory's story was interesting because it was told from the perspective of people who are residents of a supervillian's country and do not have any idea how evil he truly is because they are not allowed to know by their leader The way the U Men are described was frightening and makes you feel how dangerous people with such destructive power can be I feell the the constant link between these stories are that superheroes are part of the story but not the focus of the story and I find this idea very interesting and different I just finished the anthology last night Ma