Meet the hands of steel in 8-Bit Cop.
My newest chapter of Timeline is up at Metahuman Press right now. This story features “Karate Keith vs the Zombots”, and I hope is just as fun as it sounds.
Pulp Empire’s story of the week is “Debbie Skips Dallas; Does Eagle Pass” by site newcomer E. Craig McKay. Go give it a read before it’s gone!
In which we meet a new obstacle.
All right, Super Powered Fiction kemosabes.
Remember how I mentioned this site might go on hiatus when I take a vacation?
Well, that time has come. Early tomorrow I will be leaving with the wife on my way to Chicago. I have a Chikara show in my future there and then some fun around the city with just the two of us.
Super Powered Fiction Files will fall mostly silent from this Friday until it returns to end the week next Friday. Updates for the various family of sites will continue for your reading convenience, but no reviews or superhero news update will come in the mean time.
Thanks for reading, folks, and we will see you in a week!
Over at Pulp Empire, our new story of the week is “The Ant-Man of Malfen”, a tale of the Nameless Dwarf by Pulp Empire newcomer D.P. Prior.
Go give it a read!
Unfornately for CZW, their production is still mired by someone with too much love for Photoshop.
How many Ws can one man fit in to a title?
Anyway, this week at the Examiner I provide my review of CZW’s Best of the Best X. CZW often gets a bad rap for just being a garbage wrestling company, but this show honestly features some of the best wrestling available to watch today. Sami Callihan, Daisuke Sekimoto, Chuck Taylor, Johnny Gargano, Zack Sabre Jr, Kyle O’Reilly, and Akuma… how can you go wrong?
Read the full review from the Examiner here.
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