LNH/REVIEW: The Tribuations of Kid Review #6
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Fri Apr 8 06:01:24 PDT 2011
On Thu, 7 Apr 2011 18:37:19 +0000 (UTC), Saxon Brenton wrote:
> On the 'never got around to filling the gap' side: myself with _Limp-
> Asparagus Lad_, and Kyle Lucke with _C.H.E.E.E.Z.A.R_/_C.H.E.E.E.Z.E. Corps_
> On the 'eventually got around to filling in the gap' side: yourself with
> _Digital JUMP_, and Dave Van Domelen eventually finished off the 'Crazy
> Guy takes over Hell' storyline from his Superguy series _Crazy Guy_, albeit
> in a new series (_Exarchs_) and in greatly truncated/summarised form.
See, I meant specifically skipping over numbers more than just picking up
leftover plots. (58.5 is another series that's done this - and the painful
part is, it put Lalo within spitting distance of the end just before he
But I do remember one series that successfully did it - Fan.Boy. Now, this
seems to have been successful because it was planned from the start; Jamas
made it a plot point that the 15th issue never appeared, and when the plot
got up to the reveal, he posted it. (At least, that's how I gather it
worked; anyone with a correction?)
It does still seem like I'm the only one who skipped over issue numbers to
get to the good parts/get to a story they had ideas for vs. one where they
were stuck who actually went back and filled it in. This indicates, to me,
that doing so is generally a bad idea.
Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, excelsior!
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