LNH: Beige Midnight #6: The Bart Age: "The Ice Caverns of Existence"
arspitzer at earthlink.net
Wed Jun 2 18:51:11 PDT 2010
Andrew Perron wrote:
> On Wed, 26 May 2010 01:43:26 +0000 (UTC), Arthur Spitzer wrote:
>> "Maybe, still keep looking. And how about Manga Man? Any progress on
>> that front?"
>> Vector Sublime shook her head. "Our team we sent to
>> alt.sex.prudish.prudish.prudes led by Demented Designer hasn't reported
> This reminds me: Do you have any specific plans for Manga Man?
Naw... I'm finished with him... I don't know if the rescue was
successful, but I assume if it was that Manga Man would probably sit out
the rest of Beige Midnight regardless....
>> "Sure. So still want to do this? Or do you want to save him? Hey,
>> maybe you could also save me while you're at it! Maybe I could be some
>> great hero? What do you say to that??!"
> I'd make an Earth-3 Luthor joke, but I think of Infinite Crisis and I get
>> "Pulls-Paper-Out-of-Hats Lad! You! The guy with the top hat! No, not
>> you. The other guy with the top hat. Yeah, you! I need you to do
> Wait, who was the first guy?
I dunno... some guy with a top hat...
>> Kid Recap sighed to himself as he read the same paper and then turned
>> his head towards Contraption Man (who was actually a robot duplicate of
>> Contraption Man, but don't tell Kid Recap -- I mean really, there's only
>> so much a hero can take!) "If we were to time travel to 1994 BC would
>> we still have enough Time Gas to get back to the Present?"
> Wait, couldn't they just go to 1994 on their way back to the present? Is-
> is that how time travel works? @-@
I'm working on the assumption that it takes the same amount energy to
time jump no matter where you're going... whether it's 5 minutes or 10
I suppose time travel in the LNH works however the writer who's writing
the story wants it to work...
>> How's that for a heavily researched depiction of Australia? :)
> Sounds about right to me! ``
>> Wow, did it take like 8 months for me to write this? (Well more like 7
>> months to procrastinate and one month to write). Uhhggggg. I mostly
>> blame my hatred of my current writing ability for the lateness of
>> this... once I stopped caring about any sort of quality I did manage to
>> get this finished.
> If editing help is needed, I'd be glad to volunteer? ``
Thanks.. although I think part of me just wants to get this whole thing
done with as fast as I can now... errors and all... I guess I'll see if
I want to wait for editing help when I finish #7...
Glad you're enjoying this though....
>> Since we're in the 2010's (Teens?)... I guess we're now in the wallowing
>> on 90s nostalgia decade... so everything from the 90s is cool again.
>> Usenet, LNH, RACC... you name it... It's all hip.
> Indeed... which is why I'm doing my own Retcon Hour homage! Woo! Yes,
> Digital Jump Special #1 will be out sorta-kinda soon! (Or possibly #2, if
> #1 is the MST3K thing instead. And I'll probably do DJ #6 first. Or
> however the inspiration falls.)
> Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, retcons ahoy-hoy~
Arthur "Death to Retcon Hour" Spitzer
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