People We Know
Sure the title isn't exactly appropriate, but "Person We Know" just sounded wrong. Hopefully some of my other friends will get web sites so Tim won't be so lonely there.
So far as we know, this is a fairly complete listing of people who (a) have written for Superguy at some point and (b) have web pages. Go on, check 'em out. You know you want to.
(If you happen to fit those qualifications and we haven't listed you, or if we've gotten any information wrong, let us know. Because it's the right thing to do, and an easy way to do it.)
- Chris Angelini aka Frobozz
Superguy Reviews once called Chris a god. I can believe it. Chris started writing in the later period of Superguy, and has risen to become on of the list's most prolific authors. Better yet, Chris writes good stuff. Lots of good stuff. In his hands, everyday things become strange and unusual. Superheroic clichés become creepy and disturbing, or simply hilarious. Visitors to his site, are encouraged to check out his Superguy MiSTings.
- Ben Brown
Ben, along with Rob Furr (see below), created Bob City and the Extreme Team, two long-time staples of Superguy. His most recent work has been in The Bob City Chronicles, an anthology featuring the inhabitants of that atmospheric, wet city.
- Eric Alfred Burns aka Lord Sabre
One of the early Sfstory authors, back in the days before Superguy. He's written quite a bit over those ten years, including the excellent Adjusted League Unimpeachable (formerly Mighty Guy and the ALU, formerly Mighty Guy), the rather gloomy 2035, and the ... rather complex Scholarman series.
- Bill Dickson aka Pickle
Creator of such memorable characters as Ramrod and Dangerousman (although not in that order), it's probable that without him, Superguy wouldn't be here today. He's been quiet lately, but his most recent work has focused on Team Cynical, Superguy's most ... economical superteam.
- Dave Van Domelen aka Dvandom or the Dvandroid
One of the early LNH authors, Dave has more recently begun a series for Superguy called Crazy Guy (formerly 36 Crazy Plots), which finally brings manic, marshal-arts action to the Superguy universe. While at his site, also check out his work for Dvandom Force.
- Gina Donoghue aka Author Crash
Among the newest Superguy authors (although not as new as us), Gina's series, %N, tells the tale of a bunch of fairly bright people suddenly thrust into the Superguy Alitverse and given powers while mysterious figures attempt to steal their TI-82 graphing calculators.
- Mike Escutia aka Ergh
Another LNH author who crossed over to Superguy, Mike writes The Team Formerly Known as the Hero Patrol (formerly The Hero Patrol (duh...)), and its various spin-offs.
- Peg Fisher aka RecycleWoman
Author of Team Bemused and The Eeksburg Times and Daily Kazoo. If you're looking for lighthearted silliness, this be the place.
- Louise Freeman aka Thelma, Queen of Bobs
Author of Synapse and the Guardians of Rectitude. A tale of a powerful young girl (and we're not kidding when we say 'young', here) and the superteam that forms around her.
- Rob Furr
Rob does things with the English language that just can't be described. We've tried several times to do so when writing this page, until we gave up and wrote this instead. Check out Hard Times or The Mind's Construction to see what we mean.
- Mason Kramer
Author of Teen Team and now Mason's 'Mazin' Mob and Mason's 'Mazin' Mob Mosaic. If you're looking for lots of characters with 'm' in their name, then look no further.
- Brendan LeFebvre
Author of The Adventures of Commidore Amiga.
- Chris Meadows aka Robotech_Master
Author of Team M.E.C.H.A. and its spin-offs, which answer the important question "What happens when you give teenagers advanced powered battle-armor?" (Answer: lots of depressing stuff.) Also writes for Undocumented Features and a bunch of other stuff.
- Randall Milholland
Author of Gomi, a tale of a detective, her ghost, and a bunch of people they know as they deal with the paranormal in humorous, rather violent ways.
- Philip Moyer
Probably best known for his (non-Superguy) work in Serendipity. In Superguy, he writes Z-Team, a tale of three mercenaries attempting to prevent other mercenaries from ending their careers permanently.
- Dirk Myers
One of the original Superguy Authors and the creator of such traditions as Manman, Dadaman, Juan Valdez, Andy the Coffeeburro, and the GreenSlimy Aliens. After several years of silence, he returned and began writing (surprise!) Manman Returns, which can be described in one word: indescribable. We don't know why we like it, but we do.
- Gary W. Olson aka the Swede
The most prolific Superguy Author, and likely to stay that way for a while, even though he's retired (so to speak) from actively writing. Creator of such long-running series as Rad, CalForce, Radian & Shadebeam, and the four Renegade Anarchists series. If you want time loops, mysterious conspiracies, multiple levels of reality, and more anime references than humanly possible, then look no further.
- Todd Perlmutter aka Elmo the Media Child
There have been many unlikely heroes over the years, but few have been as unlikely as the star of Spurned.
- Evan Pongress
Evan has created quite a few of Superguy's more memorable characters, including Adam West, Burt Ward, and the crew of the Winaprize. He also was involved with the Ramrod/Annihilator crossover, which first showed Superguy's serious side (the universe, not the hero).
- Ben Rawluk aka the Plaid Author
Another LNH author who writes occasionally for Superguy. Ben's recent work has been in his Book of Superguys anthology, which looks at life in various incarnations of Golden City (coincidence).
- Jon Robertson aka Van
Author of Sentries, Remains, and The Series With No Name.
- Jesse B. Taylor aka ShadowyWriter
When reading Jesse's (multiple) series you may wonder "Am I reading several small, related stories or one immense, very complicated one?" The correct, but not very helpful, answer is: "Yes". If you like (mostly) light-hearted, anime-influenced chaos, then these series (no, I'm not going to list them all -- there's just too many) may be what you're looking for.
- Dominic White aka the Artiste
Creator of the legendary Awesome Force. At the moment, he is not actively writing for Superguy.
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