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  1. Other People's Heroes: Issue Six!

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ID:	1139Now that Josh Corwood has decided to infiltrate Morrie Abadie’s organization, it’s time for him to figure out how — exactly — it works. Josh gets his first assignment this week, as he delves into the Simon Tower training ground… the Arena! Other People’s Heroes: Issue Six

    Theme song, “Last of the Superheroes,” by American Heartbreak, courtesy of MusicAlley.com. Cover art by Jacob Bascle, FreemindGraphx.com and VisionaryComics.com. Evercast ...
  2. Other People's Heroes: Issue Five!

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ID:	1057Last issue, Josh Corwood decided to go undercover in the Siegel City Superhero Scam, hoping to gain all the information he needs to prove to the world that some of its proudest heroes are nothing but frauds. This week, Josh’s investigation begins in earnest, with a tour of Simon Tower. Other People’s Heroes: Issue Five (Evercast #24)

    Theme song, “Last of the Superheroes,” by American Heartbreak, courtesy of MusicAlley.com. Cover art by Jacob Bascle, ...
  3. Other People's Heroes Issue Four Now Online! Tell your friends!

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ID:	954Last week, Josh Corwood found out the truth about Morrie Abadie’s superhero scam in the heart of Siegel City, and was given an enticing offer to join up. Will Josh sign on the dotted line, or will he tell Morrie to shove it? Also this issue — listener mail! Send more of it to BlakeMPetit@gmail.com! Other People’s Heroes: Issue Four

    Theme song, “Last of the Superheroes,” by American Heartbreak, courtesy of MusicAlley.com. Cover art by Jacob Bascle, ...
  4. Heroic Age Avengers: Current Tally

    I've been a fan of the Avengers for almost as long as I've been reading comic books, but I have been really unhappy with the titles over the last few years. With the Heroic Age relaunch, I decided to give all of the new titles a story arc, then I'd decide which ones (if any) I would keep. Two months later, here's the current standings:

    Avengers Academy -- This is staying on my pull list for the foreseeable future. Christos Gage writes these young heroes very well, making them smart, ...
  5. No seats available...

    My community theatre has COMPLETELY sold out the entire four-performance first weekend of our production of Annie. I've been in this theatre for years, and this has never happened before.

    Clearly, word has gotten out about my star-making performance as radio announcer Bert Healy.

    Also, it's the most popular and well-known musical of the past 30 years.

    But mostly the Bert Healy thing.

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