Welcome to The Urban Legion!
This site is dedicated to making the world a funnier place. Here you’ll find info about the conspiracy spoof The Urban Legion Trilogy, including The Urban Legion, Bikini Cowgirls of the Urban Legion, and Ancient Mysteries of the Urban Legion, and the author, Dave Agans. Don’t take him seriously.
The Legionnaire blog page publishes updates about the Urban Legion trilogy, and short articles exposing new, almost-plausible conspiracies–like most conspiracy sites, everything here is guaranteed to be fake news, but in our case, it’s just for fun. Don’t take it seriously.
The Yucks-Files are dedicated to finding funny fiction hidden in stacks labeled “mystery” or “thriller” or “sci-fi” or anything other than humor. Check out the descriptions and reviews, and read the books. And don’t take them seriously.
The Contact Us page gives you a way to get in touch. We’d love to hear your recommendations for funny books to review or humorous urban legends or conspiracies you’ve heard about.
At the bottom of every page is a link to read The Urban Legion, and a sign-up to get occasional emails on new Urban Legion developments and Yucks-Files book reviews.
“Hilarious and very entertaining…a great ride on the mental merry-go-round” — Ben Franklin Awards
Men in Black for tin-foil hats.
A stranger (who claims to be an urban legend survivor) plunges granola mom Lynn Grady into a high-tech underground war with the evil Corporation. As she fights armed French waiters, corrupt golfers, taser-packing car salesmen, and her sold-out grunge-star ex-husband, Lynn discovers the sinister forces behind everyday annoyances.
The Urban Legion puts a new spin on conspiracies and urban legends. Food courts and airport restrooms will never be the same.
Fans of Christopher Moore, Carl Hiaasen, Christopher Buckley, Kurt Vonnegut, Dave Barry, and even Douglas Adams will enjoy the twisted humor and delightfully plausible revelations.
ABOUT BIKINI COWGIRLS OF THE URBAN LEGION:
“Wait, did you just debunk mimes?!” — Peggy McFarland, author, The Red Door and other stories
Cowgirls. Bikinis. Murderous media conspiracy. What could go wrong?
Bikini Cowgirls of the Urban Legion, book 2 of the Urban Legion trilogy, is now available on Amazon.
After Meg Brecker’s scuba-diving boyfriend is scooped up by a firefighting plane, she returns incognito to investigate the crime scene. Spear-gun-wielding dolphins attack; Meg escapes and collapses on a Galveston beach. So much for going incognito—she wakes up surrounded by the cast of the Next Bikini Cowgirl reality show, which launches her and the cowgirls into the viral stratosphere. Meg links the show to her boyfriend’s demise and joins as a contestant to find the motive. As she pits her cowgirl skills against talented rivals, can she avoid her own demise and uncover the nefarious Bikini Cowgirl plot before it reaches its must-see-TV climax?
Bikini Cowgirls of the Urban Legion envisions hilarious conspiracies behind the news, entertainment media, and not-so-legendary urban legends. You’ll even learn the fragile truth about mimes.
“…compelling and funny. The ending was astonishing…” — Alma Boucher, Readers Favorite
The apocalypse is not a prophecy—it’s a plot.
Ancient Mysteries of the Urban Legion, book 3 of the Urban Legion trilogy, is now available on Amazon.
From drugged pelicans attacking a Gulf Coast rock concert to a spider-spewing cactus clearing out the Cambridge Public Library, global turmoil has taken an ominous turn. Even old-world Catholics at Chicago’s Saint Kielbasa Parish are packing heat. As Roger Landowski and the Urban Legion race to stop the unrest before the wielding of an ancient artifact can trigger Armageddon, they discover the real leaders of the Corporation and the hilariously horrifying extent of their insidious organization.
This final book of the Urban Legion trilogy reveals the appalling purpose of chemtrails, bananas, and 5G as it reinterprets history from the fall of Rome to the invention of chiropractic.
If you like Men in Black, Christopher Moore, Carl Hiaasen, Christopher Buckley, Kurt Vonnegut, Dave Barry, or Douglas Adams, don your tin-foil hat and discover the secret, zany world of the Urban Legion.