This was an enjoyable book with the two main characters holding D Buy d buy a which is a good signA bit less serious than say Confessions of a List Supervillain but in a somewhat similar vein I bought this book partly to support the author but mostly because its just so damn funny I loved the Waldo Rabbit series and loved this one too Story is nothing new or original but it does a good job of parodying comic book heroes batman is the dark detective and superman is called super soldier Overall the book makes enough insightful comments through the character s actions and words that I thoroughly enjoyed it This book are for those who curse when they see Lex Luthor fail to kill super man who cry when the joker gets caught and who like ray beamsPlot Michael Jackson aka Dr Anarchy has a I of two hundred and has dreams of ruling the world while holding his arch nemesis over a vat of acid After taking a brief walk through his new island fortress Dr Anarchy recruits an ninja with a slight physical problem and introduces his newest minion Another fun book from this author In a land where superpowers exist the author chose his protagonist to be merely one of the smartest people in the world This was a great choice since this was another character that had to outsmart rather t First there were no page numbers and the cover along with a few pages were ripped More importantly I felt like I was reading a parody of the batman comics twenty pages in It wasn t what I was looking for I really enjoyed the humor and back and forth banter between the two main characters though Never has there been a super villain as hilarious as Dr Anarchy Just read the book already You won t regret it I m a big fan of the Waldo Rabbit series of fantasy novels I m also someone who has made a decent living publishing novels about supervillains So when Nelson Chereta decided to do a book about the God Emperor of Rhode Island I was sold from the beginning Still there have been a lot of books about supervillains There s the D List Supervillain series the Supervillainy Saga which is the best and the original Soon I Will Be Invincible Could Nelson Chereta really add something new to it all Well the answer is es If there. Dr Anarchy is a man with a simple dream to conuer and rule the entire world While he has et to achieve his goal he has managed to become absolute lord and mas.
summary Dr. Anarchy’s Rules for World Domination: (Or How I Became God-Emperor of Rhode Island)S a few jokes which have done before then they
re outnumbered by the easy good humor throughout The premise is Anarchy is a top tier supervillain but exists inoutnumbered by the easy good humor throughout The premise is Doctor Anarchy is a top tier supervillain but exists in penumbra between A list and B List He s got his own island stronghold an army of killbots and regularly steals millions from the Cartels without conseuence Unfortunately he s not the nemesis of his archenemy in the Dark Detective As a running joke in the book goes Doctor Anarchy isn t the Dark Detective s nemesis Whiteface is Doctor Anarchy is closer to being the Scarecrow or Elektro versus the Joker or Doctor Octopus Not that he s willing to acknowledge it One day while walking the beach on his island lair Doctor Anarchy finds a ninja who has been left to die after having her limbs cut off Rebuilding her stronger faster and deadly Doctor Anarchy finds himself with a lieutenant she prefers sidekick called Raven This results in him getting a perky female villain who pretty much regularly trash talks him as he tries to explain why he does the things he does Honestly the Doctor AnarchyRaven relationship doesn t uite work the same way the Waldo Rabbit one does In the Waldo Rabbit series the protagonist s love interest has reason to call our antihero out because he s woefully ignorant about life outside of his Mordor esue homeworld Instead Raven is constantly calling out Doctor Anarchy for acting like a supervillainin a world which operates by superhero and supervillain rules As such instead of coming off as the only sane woman or even Scott Evil she kind of just comes off as ignorant For example at one point she freaks out for the fact he s stealing from the Cartels and he just calmly points out he s done it before when ou d think anyone living in a supervillain world particularly
One Where A Doctor Doom EXPY Haswhere a Doctor Doom EXPY has over the planet would think of them as small potatoes It doesn t endear Raven to the reader even if she does redeem herself by the end Nelson Chereta makes a point that Doctor Anarchy isn t a misunderstood good guy and there s several moments he does actually evil things albeit he does a nice job of making them so over the top Wachten op Apollo you loseour sense of horror and it becomes funny He kills the local euivalent of Jam. Ter of one small corner of it This is the story of what one man was able to achieve though hard work dedication careful planning unhealthy obsession giant robo. .
Es Bond by accident which ou d think he d Want To Advertise Given His Lack Of Respect And Also to advertise given his lack of respect and also murders his henchmen even when they don t want to be henchmen Despite this I was entertained by the book throughout The humor is crisp the parody fun and there s a bunch of really good moments throughout I also liked the climax with the alien invasion as we finally have the Dark Detective tell Doctor Anarchy what he REALLY thinks of him Honestly Doctor Anarchy and he should team up often as the DD is pretty awesome Fans of superheroes are of course the people who will get the most out of this but I think the comedy is broad enough to entertain just about everyone I also love the fact he managed to deconstruct uite a few tropes like world conuest by science god as well as the interpersonal relationships of villains Strangely my favorite scene in the book may just be Doctor Anarchy showing up at a civilian wedding in costume That was awesome One small warning in that like the Waldo Rabbit books this novel is unconventionally edited with no indents and spaces between paragraphs Once I got used to it it was no problem Those who are obsessive about grammar though will probably set themselves on
"fire with a disintegration gun910 I only give 5 star ratings to books that I read than "with a disintegration gun910 I only give 5 star ratings to books that I read than I ve read the tale of Dr Anarchy three times and it hasn t lost any of its flair despite the fact that I know exactly what s going to happen The story is filled with clever tricks a spunky ninja consistent characters death rays and an ending that takes the reader by surprise which is frankly an impressive achievement given that the ending
Is Right There In The Title Ifright there in the title If re interested by the idea of a look into the inner motivations of a professional supervillain give this a go You won t be disappointed This isn t the type of story I normally read nor is this format either but I really enjoyed the characters and how the story was written Some parts whereby explained great but the author made up for it with how well the story flowed on making the detail not as important I really hope the author writes a seuel This is with out a doubt one of my favorite books now It has a humor style that reminds me of Terry Pratchet. Ts disintegrators remote controlled grolem dolls a horde of disposable henchmen killbots an annoying cyborg ninja and 36 rules every supervillain should follow.