The author's struggle to decide between realistic and alternate-universe
fiction is evident, but for an adventure that will keep teens hooked until the finale, Damico's latest novel is the clear winner.
Animation--including the "Justice League" TV series --and returns to that niche in a dazzling way with "Justice League: Cods and Monsters," an original alternate-universe
rewrite of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman's origins.
Many have also criticized the fact that Fifty Shades began as Twilight fanfictionan alternate-universe
(AU) version of those novels-and-movies' characters Bella and Edward, in which clumsy high-schooler Bella has become awkward college-student Ana and sparkly bloodsucking Edward has become flogger-waving billionaire dickhead Christian.
The sisters are miraculously transported to an alternate-universe
America, a suspicious, isolationist nation where flying cars and time travel are commonplace and where they meet four other survivors, each with a silver bracelet.
Created by Louise and Walt Simonson, the villain became a staple of the X-world, eventually leading to the famed alternate-universe
storyline Age of Apocalypse.
Mallory has now had ample time to become familiar with his new home of an alternate-universe
Manhattan, where goblins are always trying to hawk useless wares, the street directions change if you look at them the wrong way, undead horrors are people too, and a demon responsible for most of the suffering in the world considers Mallory the next best thing to a personal friend (the view is not exactly mutual).
00) is another Mallory mystery set in alternate-universe
Manhattan, surveying a desperate hunt for a vampire.
Since then she has produced a prolific body of work and has just completed a trilogy about life after World War II in an alternate-universe
Britain which made peace with Hitler.
London creates an atmospheric steampunk setting for this debut in the Stoker and Holmes mystery.
Intended for readers age thirteen to adult, the sixth and final volume of Neon Genesis Evangelion Angelic Days concludes Fumino Hayashi's alternate-universe
take on the popular Japanese animated show and its characters with an array of short stories set at varying times in the characters' lives.