Superhero Universe

Superhero Universe

Claude Lalumière Mark Shainblum John Bell Evelyn Deshane A.C. Wise Jennifer Rahn Bernard E. Mireault Sacha A. Howells / Aug 21, 2019

Superhero Universe Superheroes Supervillains Superpowered antiheroes Mad scientists Adventurers into the unknown Detectives of the dark night Costumed crimefighters Steampunk armoured avengers Brave and bold supergroups

  • Title: Superhero Universe
  • Author: Claude Lalumière Mark Shainblum John Bell Evelyn Deshane A.C. Wise Jennifer Rahn Bernard E. Mireault Sacha A. Howells
  • ISBN: 9781770530874
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Paperback
  • Superheroes Supervillains Superpowered antiheroes Mad scientists Adventurers into the unknown Detectives of the dark night Costumed crimefighters Steampunk armoured avengers Brave and bold supergroups Crusading aliens in a strange land Secret histories Pulp action Tesseracts Nineteen features all of these permutations of the superhero genre and many others besiSuperheroes Supervillains Superpowered antiheroes Mad scientists Adventurers into the unknown Detectives of the dark night Costumed crimefighters Steampunk armoured avengers Brave and bold supergroups Crusading aliens in a strange land Secret histories Pulp action Tesseracts Nineteen features all of these permutations of the superhero genre and many others besides Featuring stories by Patrick T Goddard, D K Latta, Alex C Renwick, Mary Pletsch Dylan Blacquiere, Geoff Hart, Marcelle Dub , Kevin Cockle, John Bell, Evelyn Deshane, A C Wise, Jennifer Rahn, Bevan Thomas, Bernard E Mireault, Sacha A Howells, Kim Goldberg, Luke Murphy, Corey Redekop, Brent Nichols, Jason Sharp, Arun Jiwa, Chadwick Ginther, Leigh Wallace, David Perlmutter, P E Bolivar, Michael Matheson The Tesseracts anthology series is Canada s longest running anthology It was first edited by the late Judith Merril in 1985, and has published than 529 original Canadian speculative fiction Science fiction, fantasy and horror stories and poems by 315 Canadian authors, editors, translators and special guests Some of Canada s best known writers have been published within the pages of these volumes including Margaret Atwood, William Gibson, Robert J Sawyer, and Spider Robinson to name a few.

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      • Claude Lalumière Mark Shainblum John Bell Evelyn Deshane A.C. Wise Jennifer Rahn Bernard E. Mireault Sacha A. Howells

        Claude Lalumi re is the author of the story collections Objects of Worship and Nocturnes and Other Nocturnes and of the mosaic works The Door to Lost Pages and Venera Dreams A Weird Entertainment He has edited fourteen anthologies, including two Aurora Award nominated volumes in the Tesseracts series His first fiction Bestial Acts appeared in Interzone in 2002, and he has since published than 100 stories his work has been translated into French, Italian, Polish, Spanish, Serbian, Hungarian, and Russian and adapted for stage, screen, audio, and comics Originally from Montreal, he s currently headquartered in Ottawa.


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    1. As with any collection by a variety of authors, some works enchanted me more than others. That said, this collection of superhero stories definitely enchanted more than it disenchanted. With a charming mix of villains, anti-heroes, heroes, and the common superman or superwoman, these stories let you glimpse a peek behind the curtain. The retired, the ones who didn't catch their big break, the few who saw themselves become the villain an interesting mix of humour, style, and adventure. Like 'sli [...]


    2. Beyond the MasksA review of "Tesseracts Nineteen: Superhero Universe" Edited by Mark Shainblum and Claude Lalumiere (Edge, 2016).By Derek Newman-StilleSo often the superhero genre is treated as infantile, low brow, and therefore as un-valuable. Yet, the superhero has become our modern fairy tale, a transposition of the magical into the urban, replacing fairy godmothers with scientific experiments gone wrong. They still construct the brave princes and princesses facing off against the evil witche [...]


    3. This latest installment in a yearly compendium of science fiction and fantasy stories from Canada focuses on superheroes. It involves a lot more than constant battles against Dr. Bad Guy.A female super-villain breaks out of prison and crashes her family's barbecue, in order to visit her dying grandmother. The rest of the family is not thrilled about her sudden appearance. When a superhero is injured in battle, does he or she go to the local hospital, or to a special superhero hospital? After the [...]


    4. I received a free copy of this book through LibraryThing Early Reviewers.It's a solid short story collection about various superheroes, all set in Canada. There are a few stories in here that aren't that good, but on the whole it's a nice set. Most are well worth a read.My favourites were Lost and Found (I wouldn't mind reading an entire novel of this), Black Sheep, Bedtime for Superheroes (lovely little slice of life piece) and SÜPER (again, one that I'd really like to see expanded into an ent [...]


    5. I found this a bit of a slog. As is to be expected with an anthology, some stories were better than others. I enjoyed "Bedtime for Superheroes" by Leigh Wallace, "The Island Way" by Mary Pletsch and Dylan Blacquiere, and "Spirit in the Clay" by Bevan Thomas, because really, a story where Mackenzie King summons the ghost of a soldier to possess the Golem of Prague kind of hits all my interests. But many of the stories were just trying a little too hard to be cute.


    6. This bookI can't seem to get through it. That doesn't mean it is bad, but it is just hard for me to gwt through. There are 2 main reasons for that: they are short stories AND they are all written by different authors. There are definitely good things about both of those reasons, but for me it just creates reasons to put it aside and pick up another book instead.That aside, I can't really get over the fact that to me the worst story of the ones I have read is put first. It gave me such a bad impr [...]


    7. I'm not going to give this one a star rating. I find anthologies to be really hit-and-miss, and this one had more misses for me than hits, but I don't want to unfairly drag down the stories I did like. "The Island Way", "Bloodhound", "Lost and Found", "Crusher and Typhoon", "Black Sheep", and "Bedtime for Superheroes" were the ones I liked best - I'd definitely read more stories set in those worlds.



    8. Some of the stories were more inventive and well-written than others, but the whole book was an interesting look at science fiction written in another part of the world.


    9. More of a 2.5 actually. Explanations will be up on the blog in a couple of hours. (THESMELLOFBOOKS on tumblr.)










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