Astra was done traveling, or so she thought. Benched for physical rehab and retraining, she's in LA dating movie stars (not as fun as you might think) when the Department of Superhuman Affairs asks for help catching a superhuman serial killer. When what should be a simple job develops...complications, she finds herself catapulted into another reality-one with its own history and superheroes! As her teammates scramble to find out where she's gone and what's become of her, Astra embarks on a cross-world journey in search of a way home. It's going to be a long trip. Team-Ups and Crossovers follows Astra and her teammates through multiple stories on multiple worlds, and includes a story co-written with David Barrack (writer/artist of Grrl Power), an original story by K.F. Lim, and the graciously permitted use of Velveteen and friends by Seanan McGuire.
Marion G. Harmon has read and written all of his life (well, ever since first grade). He finished his first novel, Wearing the Cape, in 2010, and after failing to find an agent who knew what to do with a superhero story, decided to self-publish (mainly so he'd stop rewriting the book). He published through KDP and Createspace in mid 2011 with some success; Wearing the Cape earned a 4.5 star Amazon rating and spent most of 2012 ranked #1 in its Amazon category. Marion has since written six more novels set in the same world (Bite Me: Big Easy Nights, Villains Inc., Young Sentinels, Small Town Heroes, Ronin Games, and Team-Ups and Crossovers), astonished each time at the enthusiastic response of his readers. He is currently working hard on a tabletop Roleplaying Game for readers who wish to adventure as capes in the world he has made, and he swears that someday he will finally finish his deeply unserious space epic, Worst Contact. Really.