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Talking with Ti

William F. Wu

TI: Hello Bill! Thanks so much for taking the time to talk today. I like to start with everyone’s WILD CARDS beginnings. How were you introduced to George and Melinda?   BILL: I met George in the seventies, I think … Continue reading "William F. Wu"

William F. Wu
Short Stories

Wild Cards Short Fiction

By Bradley Denton

The Wild Cards universe has been thrilling readers for over 25 years. “Naked, Stones and Stabbed” is an fantastic new tale from acclaimed sci-fi writer Bradley Denton, about the hidden truths revealed when a Who concert goes haywire.

Wild Cards Short Fiction
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Low Chicago

Wild Cards XXV

In Low Chicago, a gang of criminals scattered throughout the past threaten the stability of the world in George R. R. Martin's latest Wild Cards adventure. The stakes were already high enough at Giovanni Galante’s poker table that night in Chicago. Poker. Dealer’s choice. Seven players. A million-dollar cash buy-in.

Low Chicago
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How many superheroes are enough?

by Mark Lawrence

by Mark Lawrence I’ve been reading about, and more recently watching, superheroes my whole life. In the 70s I was raised on Marvel & DC comics, and the UK’s 2000AD. I watched the original Batman show on TV and the first … Continue reading "How many superheroes are enough?"

How many superheroes are enough?

Time Traveling with the Low Chicago Paperback

If you could travel to any time and place in 20th-century America, where would you go? How about 1920s Chicago? Picture it: Illicit alcohol, Capone and his cronies ruling the streets, thousands of underground gambling spots. The ’20s may have … Continue reading "Time Traveling with the Low Chicago Paperback" Continue Reading

Wild Cards XIX: Inside Straight/X-Men #141

Part of a series celebrating Wild Cards and famous comic book covers. This one is based on Marvel’s Uncanny X-Men #141 from 1981 by John Byrne. Drawn freehand by eye with a pencil in a drawing pad. Continue Reading

My Favorite Villain (by another author): The Astronomer

By Kevin Andrew Murphy Wild Cards has had a lot of great villains over the years, from Puppetman to Baba Yaga to Babd.  Some are victims of circumstance like Bloat.  Others are almost alien in their amorality, like Ti Malice.  A few, like … Continue reading "My Favorite Villain (by another author): The Astronomer" Continue Reading