Short fiction, literary analysis, and shenanigans from Kinjers
Short fiction, literary analysis, and shenanigans from Kinjers

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First up, author Brawl2099 brings us two new tales this week, starting with The Adventures of Superman: Bounties. The entire Superman family checks in in this chapter, while Lex Luthor debuts his own super ‘hero’ team (who I’m strangely visualizing as looking like Rob Liefeld drew them), but everyone’s day gets ruined by the sudden appearance of a certain chain-swinging, space-motorcycle driving maniac. Oh, boy.

Then, in Green Arrow: Brick & Mortar, Ollie and Mia get in a high-speed tussle on the road and we learn that there’s a new Big Bad in town... but what exactly is his interest in the Emerald Archer?

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Next up, author Kyzfrintin brings us Sub-Time, Chapter 01, in which a spirited debate is held on the merits of Battlestar Galactica. That there is my kind of chapter, Kyzfrintin.

Next, Croshin brings us Chromomancer, Chapter 5, in which the gang gets their first real assignment: to find the rogue Chromomancer that’s been popping up in the city of late. DUN DUN DUNNNNNNN!

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Now, I saved this entry for last, because it’s something genuinely special that I’ve not yet encountered in the six months I’ve been running the weekly column here: an honest to goodness NOVEL, folks. From author Denverhed comes Flyover City, a 41-chapter original novel! I’ve only been able to read the first few chapters, thanks to Baby Smeaguette needing a lot of my time, but what I’ve read so far has excited me. I hope it excites you, too! Head on over and give it a read!

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Well, that’s all for the round up this week, but if you’ve got fiction you’d like to share with us, come back here on Thursday, when I put out the weekly call for submissions! We’d love to read your work and we’d love to have you.

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