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I’ve got a number of orphans under my roof, but “Thirteen O’Clock” is the one who most deserves a home. I’d been thinking about cities and superheroes, how they fit together and where they didn’t, and decided to create a … Continue reading
Concept: Desperate men and women struggle for the soul of a dying city Genre: Iron Age street-level apocalyptic superheroics Overview: The gangs have always ruled Iron City.
High Concept: The X-Men, if the first class was made up of Luke Cage, Storm, T’Challa and Nightcrawler and the first publicly-acknowledged superhuman was a black Hulk. Overview: Few people remember the first Hyperman.
The Countdown High Concept: “Heroes” on a timeline… and much, much bigger. Genre: Millennial neo-superheroism Overview: The rise of the Fifth World did not happen on schedule, but it did happen according to plan.
High Concept: Band of Brothers meets Godzilla , with more H-bombs. Lots more H-bombs Genre: Picaresque wainscoting atompunk sci-fi Overview: There’s a reason that the Yalta conference was codenamed “Argonaut.” The Big Three, and a few key players, knew that … Continue reading