Monthly Archives: March 2016

New Superversive SF Post: “Retro Review: Daredevil: Born Again”

At last, I return! Here I review Miller’s masterpiece, “Daredevil: Born Again”. The opening was originally much longer and delved into more detail on Miller’s history and the influence of his run on “Daredevil”, but I ended up cutting it … Continue reading

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Painting the Fences Gray

Zippy has a very good post up talking about exactly the sort of phenomena I talked about in my previous post (which, oddly enough, was going to be about something COMPLETELY different originally – why I like the “Sarah, Plain … Continue reading

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Things I’m Not Supposed to Like

Well, not just books. All types of media. Believe it or not, though I read mostly non-leftist to conservative leaning, anti-SJW blogs, I’ve noticed that political correctness is still something that exists. It’s just that the Overton Window has shifted. … Continue reading

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The Wait is Over!

Happy Easter, all! The self-imposed blogging ban is over! And boy, is there a lot to talk about! Like… Superversive SF made the Sad AND Rabid Puppies lists! Prediction: Rabid Puppies does great, Sad makes next to no dent. Even … Continue reading

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