Tag Archives: superhero prose
Siphone sniffed the air, angling for that familiar scent of power. Mmmm. Smelled like stuffed chicken. Being in the money district of Jack City, it was hard to differentiate the scent of one fat cat from another, to get a … Continue reading
The fiends, they know when you’re weak. It’s like blood in the water, like a slow limp in the jungle. The rules in Capedom are no different than that in the wild. Eat or be eaten, kill or be … Continue reading
One week a Cape, and it’s all come crashing down on him. One week is all it took, and now Solomon was about to die. He and Blithe lay in twin craters of rubble, the dust starting to settle. They … Continue reading
“The dreams are getting stronger,” August said, thumping his forehead against the passenger window as Samson Falls zoomed by. The world was gray and listless. Buildings, statues, people…everything appeared and disappeared with hueless flashes, like bloodless blinks, leaving only a … Continue reading
The Tibots were strange, but as customers they were dependable. When Anwar’s father noticed their latest order—yet another jar of soil, this time from Tunisia–was unclaimed, he dispatched his son to deliver it. While it was unusual for for Mr. … Continue reading
They clash in complementary colors–superpeople–hero versus villain spandex versus leather, ideal versus the outside world. They clash, knuckles meeting flesh, bone crushing concrete, the surrounding air crackling, ionized with spite. They clash for the entire neighborhood to see, as if for … Continue reading
Never hungry, the black cat still jumped on the counter and took the food away. But she was caught, then punished for the day. The black cat’s bad luck was her own.