LNH/Meta: Irony Man's Fate! Was... Re: LNH/Contest: Legion of Net.Heroes Volume 2 #35 HCC8

Andrew Perron pwerdna at gmail.com
Tue Apr 27 04:35:14 PDT 2010

On Tue, 27 Apr 2010 00:02:51 +0000 (UTC), Arthur Spitzer wrote:

> Saxon Brenton wrote:
>>      The Lord of Spots dismissed Irony Man with an omnidirectional burst 
>> of spots that acted like a repulsor ray (how ironic).  The net.hero was 
>> sent flying backwards, but circled around, looking for another avenue 
>> of attack.
> Ah, looks like Irony Man is still a member of the LNH!  (Granted there's 
> nothing to indicate in this appearance of whether it's Toony Stork or 
> someone else in the suit...)

I wondered if he'd asked you about this. ``

> Which brings me to a question I'd like to ask the group.
> Beige Midnight won't resolve the Irony Man plot... at the end he'll 
> still be an LNH'r and still be a jerk and still be guilty of a whole lot 
> of crimes...
> So my question is, What should happen to him?
> Should he go to prison (some cushy white collar criminal prison?) and 
> have one of his employees be the new Irony Man... (and considering that 
> the end of Beige Midnight is two years ago, he could have completed his 
> sentence by now...)
> Or should he just get a slap on the wrist... and remain an LNH'r?
> I think I prefer the whole going to prison and having a new guy replace 
> him myself... although I don't have any plans to write Toony in prison 
> stories...

Hmmmmmmmm.  I'd like a "Trial of Irony Man" story, where, at the end, he is
acquitted but gives up the role voluntarily and passes it down to someone

Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, or a more ironic variation on the

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