Item 71: San Ventura needs YOU! A superhero named after you in SEVEN WONDERS by Adam Christopher

The highest bidder will get to create a suitably superheroic moniker and have their character appear in SEVEN WONDERS, a superhero novel by Adam Christopher, to be published by Angry Robot books in 2012.

No minimum bid!

– donated by Adam Christopher

Ever wanted to join a team of superheroes as they battle to save the Earth from an alien invasion? Well now’s your chance!

The Seven Wonders are the sworn protectors of San Ventura, California, but faced with overwhelming odds they gather an army of superheroes to protect the Earth from an alien threat. This is your chance to create a name for one of the recruits, who will fight alongside the Seven Wonders and assembled might of the world’s superheroes.

The character name will be entirely your creation, provided it is not the name of a currently existing superhero from any other publisher and is family friendly.

In addition, the winner will receive a signed copy both of Seven Wonders and Adam’s first novel, Empire State, on release. Empire State is currently scheduled for January 2012, and Seven Wonders for late 2012. The books will be sent out as soon as they are available.


About Genre for Japan

Set up by a group of genre fans & professionals, our aim is to raise money for the BRC's Japan Tsunami appeal by auctioning special items donated by the SFF field.
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10 Responses to Item 71: San Ventura needs YOU! A superhero named after you in SEVEN WONDERS by Adam Christopher

  1. Open for bidding: please place your bids!

  2. Christo Taylor-Davies says:


  3. Steve Cooper says:

    £50. Let’s put some real money in the game

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  5. Christo Taylor-Davies says:

    Right then – £60 even

  6. How do I type one of these things? Right. £70

  7. Christo Taylor-Davies says:

    90 of your earth pounds

  8. Christo Taylor-Davies says:


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