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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
The Chowderhead Crusades is a work of fiction in the science fiction and fantasy, humor, and superhero sub-genres, and was penned by author J. J. Walsh. We find ourselves in the colorful near-future of Comic-Con 2036, where an entity known as Cateklysm appears to the nerdy masses with a proclamation: that one lucky person who can truly learn the messages of superhero comics will be the one with the power to change the world. Twenty years later, Clayton Clayborn has spent his whole childhood growing up with this ideal in mind, and despite his indentured servitude to the Martians, he’s determined to break away and fulfill Cateklysm's Challenge. But he’s not the only one with that kind of knowledge and power on his mind…
Author J. J. Walsh has crafted an irreverent and utterly charming take on the superhero genre which acknowledges and embraces its deepest roots in the world of comics, nerds, and conventions. Anyone who has ever stepped into the world of fandom will relate to Clayton at once, as well as picking up on the numerous witty references to comic book lore along the way. Yet deep within the laughs and the twists and turns of this well-crafted adventure, there is also warmth and heart in the development of our young hero, giving an emotional resonance to the tale as he never lets life get the better of him, and keeps his spirit up. Overall, The Chowderhead Crusades is an accomplished work that I would highly recommend to science fiction fans seeking a truly heroic adventure.