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Frank Fradella, Editor of Cyber Age Adventures


BOYNTON BEACH, FLA., April 2, 2001 -- Cyber Age Adventures, the publisher of superhero fiction, brings four superwomen to the firing line in their explosive 74th issue.

Sean Taylor, the magazinešs associate editor, takes the reins again this month as all three staff writers strut their stuff in what may be their most powerful efforts to date. Tayloršs popular Fishnet Angel returns in this all girl extravaganza.

Frank Fradella, owner and publisher of the award-winning company, returns to the chilling heroine that has become a fan favorite in numerous appearances. The story, ŗCold Hard Cash,˛ reunites Permafrost with her estranged father in an emotional and violent tale of loss and abandonment.

The most aggressive effort of the issue comes from staff writer and submissions editor Tom Waltz. The story is not meant for the faint of heart, but nothing less would be expected when detailing the actions of a supervillain who is protecting her unborn child.

The issue, absolutely not to be missed, is available free online at

Cyber Age Adventures publishes superhero entertainment aimed at a more mature audience. Determined to separate their stories from the misconception that comic books and superheroes are synonymous, the company publisher no sequential art, but focuses instead on literary prose designed to display the humanity of their characters. Cyber Age Adventures, the online magazine, was recently voted the Best Fiction Magazine on the Web in the Electronic Runes poll. For a free subscription, send an e-mail to

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