A superhero serial following the adventures of the masked vigilante known as Nobody. In a world where people put on costumes, fly and fight crime, things aren’t very different from our own world. Gas prices still affect world economies despite the invention of fusion power and superheroes take turns as political punching bags even though quite a few of them could drop a carrier on the Capitol building. “Where’s my flying car?” is even more relevant in a world where it was invented in 1961 and despite the immense potential of super humanity to rule the world or kick off a scientific revolution the likes of which has never been seen, nothing of the sort has come to pass. So what gives? The answer to that question will change society in ways no one can predict.
Nobody and The Order
When good cops go bad, they don’t just put themselves on the take. They mask up and take to the streets with shotguns in hand to dole out their own brand of justice. A secret society of vigilante cops called the Order has plans for Jet City and anyone who gets in their way will end up as collateral damage. That is, unless Nobody has anything to say about it!
Nobody and the S.O.S.
The invasion of Jet City by a gang known as the Spiders continues unabated. But even with their recent successes, they need new blood to fill the ranks if they hope to wrest control from the local crime lords. How to separate the wheat from the chaff? And how will they deal with the resident crime fighter known as Nobody? The answer: Call the S.O.S.!
Nobody and the Spider
The Centennial of Superhumans has finally arrived, and everyone’s in town to celebrate. The Spiders, the Order, the Crime Lords, Federal and Local Law Enforcement, and more superhumans than the city has seen since pretty much ever. It’s a recipe for disaster and everyone, especially the Spider, seems interested in blowing this powder keg up. Who will stand for the little guy caught in the middle of this mess? The masked vigilante known as Nobody? New heroine on the block, Marble Maiden? A random bike courier named James Wagner? Find out in the stunning conclusion of the Centennial Saga!