Author’s Warning: I normally fill this space with book reviews, ruminations on writing, superheroes (of course) and other general items. What follows is something much more specific–if you are not interested in GURPS (the Generic Universal Roleplaying System) and superhero role-playing games, ignore this and subsequent GURPS-related entries. Everything below is essentially a character-sheet with … More Rush Rush
I found my cover-artist on Deviant Art (an art posting site that’s cleaner than it sounds, at least if you engage the adult-filter), and I regularly surf the site for desktops and inspiration. I ran across this charming picture not long after I published Wearing the Cape, and promised myself I’d track the story down … More Small Victories.
Sometime last year I admitted the RPG origins of my superhero fixation, and even put up some character stats for Astra, using the GURPS Supers rules. While writing WtC, I used these rules for scaling superpowers and damage, and sparked a lot of ideas off the discussions of the genre I found in the supplement. … More GURPS Wearing the Cape
The first half of 2012 has been a great year for both Wearing the Cape and Villains Inc. Both have spent several months among the Top 10 titles in Amazon’s superhero category. WtC remains in the Top 10, while VI holds steady in the Top 20. Not everyone has a Kindle, however, so for readers … More News, and Ruminations on the Superhero Genre