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  1. Avatar Aaron David says:

    Well, there is Johnathan Lethams Fortress of Solitude which should cover the Novel as superhero book and probably one or two others in the vein.

    As for me, picked up a couple of Greenes entertainments over the weekend, The Ministry of Fear and The Third Man. Be a nice break from my current (and ever) gorging of Conrad.Report

  2. Avatar Mike Schilling says:

    You should read The Adventures of Kavalier and Clay.Report

  3. Avatar Jaybird says:

    Oh, jeez. How could I forget the radio show?

    “Golly, Superman! That safe must weigh a ton!”
    “*grunt* Two tons, Jimmy!”Report

  4. Avatar Maribou says:

    I’ve mostly been listening to podcasts. Invisibilia is back! Also old episodes of Beautiful Stories from Anonymous People and I’m current on Taste Daily.

    Watching Voltron 84.

    Reading the latest of Christopher May’s Bryant and May detective series. I enjoy them, but they do rather putz about.Report

  5. Avatar Slade the Leveller says:

    Currently reading Arthur C. Clarke’s The City and the Stars. It’s a really odd bit of sci-fi, and I can’t tell where it’s going just yet, but it’s weird enough to make me keep reading.

    Watching Altered Carbon. This is way deeper than I thought it would be. Highly recommended.Report

  6. Avatar Derek Stanley says:

    I am reading Super Powered Year 4. Best superhero series I have read. Wearing the Cape is the second best.

    Superheroes was a genre that I have been heavily in for a while the series I have read are:

    Dire Saga (very close to the second best superhero series. Excellent anti-hero)
    Tales of a D-List Supervillain (Very fun with snarky Hero/Villain)
    The Reckoners (Not fan of the last book, but interesting take on Supers. Dark to begin with)
    Renegade X (major teen angst and rebelion, but funny still)
    H.E.R.O. (first five-ish are good, but goes off the rails after that… and there are 20ish of them)

    Plenty of others, but the quality drops quite a bit at this point.Report