[RACCies] Saxon's Self-Promotional Bringe for 2004

Saxon Brenton saxon.brenton at uts.edu.au
Thu Dec 23 13:31:27 PST 2004

Okay then, this is a tad later than you would normally expect for a 
Self-Promotional Binge post, but that's because I knew that if I got my 
finger out I'd be able to finish Limp-Asparagus Lad #54 in time for this 
year's deadline.  Anyway, what I have produced this year:
Three issues of Limp-Asparagus Lad. #52-54, for the LNH imprint, featuring 
the threat of The Phantom Raspberry Blower of Olde Net.ropolis Towne. A 
bunch of characters get trapped in a bizarro version of Net.ropolis's 
old quarter. Featuring new characters of the Phantom Raspberry Blower 
(villain), Professor Guttmann and Elizabeth. Also featuring randomly
thrown in scenes with Limp-Asparagus Lad fighting fires, a miscelaneous
citizen being accosted by door-to-door Baconian evangelists, and Very 
Big Boy reading up on the history of the LNH-HQ.
One issue of Bride of C'thulhu. #8, for the LNH imprint, featuring 
Occultism Kid, Skunk Girl and Dualist Lad going back in time to cast 
their part of the spell to remove Sig.net.a's hold on reality. Also with 
Dr Stomper explaining Hypertext Time. Featuring the new character of the 
Cleric, one of the Elders of the Looniverse, who turns up and makes 
appropriately cryptic comments of doom and foreboding as all good 
cosmic entities should.
Forty-five issues of the Daily Super Short-Short Story[!]  #19-63, 
collected under the 'A Devil Came To Georgia' arc, for the LNHY imprint. 
Stream-of-consciousness writing warring with an underlying plot direction. 
Featuring the machinations of Damian the evil sock, and later his cohorts, 
as they try to entrap the newly fledged superhuman Martin Wryce, who has 
received both divine and infernal powers. Featuring all new characters: 
Martin Wryce (MegaMetal BlastLord), TJ, Delroy, plus (villains) Damian, 
Lisa, Kien and Tsurlich. I don't think Bel.gzip.bub counts as a new 
character, even though his previous appearance was years ago in the LNH 
imprint. I suppose the cynocephali version of St. Christopher might 
count as a new character.
Eleven issues of End Of Months Reviews. #1-11, for both all imprints and 
no imprint in particular. I keep telling you and telling you I'm only 
doing it for my own benefit, so why do you keep reading this stuff? Most 
of it's just plot summary anyway! Eligible for favourite reviews series, 
I suppose.
Saxon Brenton     Uni of TYechnology, city library, Sydney Australia
saxon.brenton at uts.edu.au

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