LNH: 58.5 #46: I Can't Help It, The Characters, They Just Keep Coming
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Sat Feb 28 21:06:46 PST 2009
On Sun, 1 Mar 2009 04:34:14 +0000 (UTC), Lalo Martins
<lalo.martins at gmail.com> wrote:
>Thanks for the comments, very motivating!
No problem! ^-^
>quoth Andrew Perron as of Sun, 01 Mar 2009 04:08:23 +0000:
>> See, I get everything about the parodies except this part. Why the
>Eeeh, that's me being dyslexic. It's Northeast. I'll fix it in the
Ohhhhhh. Heh heh heh. >->;
>>>both heavily armed, but their weapons were well concealed, so you
>>>couldn't tell; they were dressed like regular people you'd expect to
>>>find in that neighborhood.
>> "So you couldn't tell"
>So you couldn't tell what you meant here either?
Huh, could've sworn I finished that sentence. What I meant was that
"So you couldn't tell" shouldn't be in the sentence; concealing your
weapons well means you can't tell they're there.
>> Mmmkay, the fusions are pretty cool. Flashlight felt the most like an
>> Amalgam character
>Thanks... Flash/Quicksilver is just no fun, except for pointing out the
>ridiculous extent to which they're already the same character :-P
Bah! They're so totally not >->
>>>"aaah, I kind of don't think so", she answered. On her cue, Pantra
>>>snapped quickly, and disarmed the blonde.
>> Did what now?
>Don't bog me with details! :-D Yeah, I imagined it one way and wrote
>another. Now I don't remember what I imagined anymore. Probably kicked
>the gun away.
Makes more sense. I guess a sort of martial arts snap-kick?
>>>"We can't be", said the Amazing Amazon. "This is the last chance we
>>>have to catch them before Stuff.org, we must tell them before it's too
>>>late, and everything is lost!"
>> I forget, what's Stuff.org a net.name for?
>Embarrassingly enough, after I wrote that and posted (in 2007), it
>occurred to me to check if stuff.org does exist as a website. It does,
>it's some family's private photo place. Sorry, stuff.org owners! :-P
Wonk wonk waa!
>> This, I think, is a bit too close to the original storyline. `.` (I like
>> the name Ixnay Onde Onitorjokesmay, though. XD)
>Issue #49 was written early last year, before FC started. Now that FC
>has already ended, I was amused by the points our plots had in common,
>and I decided to riff on that a bit more.
You could riff more, though! Parodier! Pull ze strings!
>Note though, the part above isn't, actually, close to FC :-) Ogama didn't
>kill Nix Uotan, Nix didn't "reweave" himself, and he didn't "awake" by
>meeting Weeja, rather he did when the rubik cube guy helped him remember
>her. Parody apart, Morrison and I are, in the end, telling different
>stories, and there are different goals being pursued here.
Ahhhhh. ...I've only read the first couple of issues of FC, so. >>;
>> Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, I'm not adding these guys to the
>> wiki unless they show up again.
>They'll show up once more... then if anyone wants them, they're up for
We'll see. u-u
Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, and speaking of reviews...
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