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Wed Aug 3 16:48:43 PDT 2011
On Wed, 3 Aug 2011 01:57:40 +0000 (UTC), Scott Eiler wrote:
> SW10: Ellipsis, Wyatt Ferguson, The Hurrier.
Makes sense, especially because all three are descended directly from the
original concept of the setting.
> I came in late, so my LNH Trinity looks like Anal-Retentive Archive Kid,
> Ultimate Ninja, and, uh, Kid Enthusiastic. Do I have the right universe
> on that last one?
You do! (I really have to come out with more of the half-finished stories I
have featuring the Digital JUMP! cast interacting with the rest of the
Looniverse.) ARAK is an interesting choice; if you liked his miniseries, I
definitely recommend Limp-Asparagus Lad.
> And have we noticed, many Big Threes are more like Big Two plus a
> hanger-on? Judging from comic book sales, Wonder Woman is a hanger-on.
> So are Cap, Thor, and Iron Man. Marvel's Big Three should be
> Spider-Man, Wolverine, and whoever this year's hanger-on is.
Oh, I don't know. The Avengers, as a franchise, have been doing bang-up
well in recent years. (Admittedly, part of this has been adding, at times,
both Spidey and Wolverine to the roster, but...) Still, of those three, I
think only Captain America has the proper iconic value in the long-term.
Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, still needs to see this year's
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