LNHY: Never Asked Questions about LNHY
pwerdna at outgun.com
Tue Aug 3 22:38:13 PDT 2004
On Wed, 4 Aug 2004 02:42:05 +0000 (UTC), arspitzer at aol.com (Arspitzer)
>Andrew Perron wrote:
>>I'd actually recommend reading Dvandom Force #0 and then the rest of
>>the series over starting off with Constellation. It's good stuff -
>>especially the latter issues - but the Dvandom Force run is just plain
>>*solid*. You can (and should!) go back to Consty later, of course.
>I prefer Constellation to Dvandom Force myself. That being said you're
>probably right about Constellation #1 being a bad place to begin. I
>guess you should probably start with Constellation #13 which gives a
>pretty good recap of all the stuff that came before it. It's also the
>beginning of the 'Bad Forms' crossover which if you read Easily
>Discovered Man you'll eventually run into.
True. Mostly it's just a matter of personal taste. `.`v
>>You realize, this'll probably result in two people writing the
>>same-numbered issue at the same time. `-`v CONTINUITY'S DOOM.
>There is that problem. I guess I could make some type of reserve list
>if things became to crazy. Or maybe people could announce that they're
>going to post something a week or so before they post. I don't know.
>If I made a reserve list for writing an issue of Looniverse Y who would
>want to be on it?
Enh. IMHO, it's not *that* much of a problem - announcing that you're
going to post something should be suggested, yet not required.
>Arthur "When's a NAQ become a FAQ" Spitzer
Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, when people ask the questions!
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