Marvel Team-Up with Aconyte (Asmodee) for Super Novels

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11 Oct 2019 10:24 #302416 by Aconyte
This is the Asmodee Group’s third collaboration with Marvel. Earlier...

ACONYTE BOOKS AND MARVEL COLLABORATE TO PUBLISH NEW PROSE STORIES

Asmodee Entertainment are delighted to announce that Aconyte, the new fiction imprint of global games group Asmodee, has secured a multi-year agreement with Marvel Entertainment to create new prose stories based around an exciting roster of Marvel’s comic book characters. The first novels are slated to appear in Fall 2020, in trade paperback, ebook and audiobook editions.

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12 Oct 2019 08:50 #302417 by Legomancer
Finally, a place I can read about Marvel superheroes!

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12 Oct 2019 13:45 #302423 by Michael Barnes
As I intend to do with the Arkham Horror and Android novels, I will wait for these to be venerated as part of the literary canon when they are republished as Penguin Classics.
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12 Oct 2019 23:36 #302431 by Gary Sax
I mean, yeah, but also I read then Dragonlance and Elminster novels and loved them when I was 14 so I hope someone gets as much joy out of these too.

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14 Oct 2019 18:23 #302469 by jason10mm
I've always wondered why superhero stuff doesn't seem to translate to written media very well. I think it is the absurdity of the names. Does Batman think of himself as "Batman" or "Bruce Wayne"? What do others think in their heads? Wild Cards shows that it CAN be done, and done well, but for whatever reason DC and Marvel have not been able to crack that nut.

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