ASH: ASH #67 - "Monstrous" (Manifest Destiny Part 3)
milos_parker at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 7 07:49:44 PDT 2006
Dave Van Domelen wrote:
> In article <1144383792.557971.276170 at t31g2000cwb.googlegroups.com>,
> Tom Russell <milos_parker at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Upon finishing it, my first
> >thought was, when are all these giant monsters going to kick the shit
> >out of each other? Deep questions like that.
> Patience, grasshopper. The super giant monster throwdowns generally
> don't happen until later in the movie, leaving aside the beatdowns delivered
> unto squibs (i.e. Bronzewing eating the sea serpent).
I know, I know. ::pouts::
> > what is love?
> And what is love among giant monsters? Does the earth truly move?
I guess it depends if they stick with missionary or if they get more
> Strictly speaking, those are all nouns as well. The -ing ending makes
> the verb into a class of noun called a gerund. :)
Learn something new everyday. :-)
> >Except maybe the Leviathan.
> Awww, giant sea serpents need love too. Not that it bears TOO much
> ASH has a lot of relationship stuff in it. Some couples stick together,
> some don't, and some pairings don't even really get off the ground despite
> readers hoping they will. Political intrigue, science fiction, romance and
> giant monsters...what more can you ask for? :)
> Dave Van Domelen, would ask for some romance of his OWN, mind you....
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