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Superkid and the Vampire's Revenge

By AELucky All Rights Reserved ©

Humor / Action

Who is Superkid Again?

Chapter 1: Who is Superkid Again?

Who is Superkid, you dare to ask? You mean to tell me you've never actually heard his name before? If that's the case then listen closely to what I'm about to tell you…

EXIT THIS PAGE, GO TO THE TITLE "Superkid" AND READ THAT FIRST. What you are reading now is the second edition of the adventures of the fearless superhero named Superkid. And there's no use in trying to cheat when I quiz you on the facts of the first edition. I'm not telling you in this edition.

Now as for what this edition is about, that's another matter. You remember the Vampire, right? Crazy evil woman with the ability to siphon thoughts and energy from anyone she touched—broke her leg trying to destroy Superkid? Yep, that's the one who wants revenge. Which seems kind of unreasonable because, after all, she did try to destroy him. And it was her own fault she broke her leg in the first place! Personally, I think it's just an excuse to go after Superkid and get an edition to herself. But whatever the case, here unfolds the vengeful tale of the Vampire…

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