LNH: Beige Midnight #7: The Bart Age III: "The Mountain Top" (1/4)
arspitzer at earthlink.net
Tue Mar 29 18:54:47 PDT 2011
On 3/29/11 4:08 PM, Scott Eiler wrote:
> Arthur Spitzer wrote:
>> On 3/22/11 5:52 AM, Andrew Perron wrote:
>>> On Mon, 21 Mar 2011 19:22:15 +0000 (UTC), Arthur Spitzer wrote:
>>>> [Cover: Bart the Dark Receptionist stands on a mound of 250 (or so)
>>>> LNH'r corpses. In his left hand is the Ultimate Ninja's heart. In his
>>>> right hand is Captain Continuity's severed head. A dialogue balloon
>>>> from Bart says, "Did Geoff Johns guest write this or something?" The
>>>> bottom caption says: THE BART AGE ENDS HERE!!!]
>>> Ah, man. Another chunk of Beige Midnight goodness.<3 I'll cover this in
>>> more detail later, but suffice to say, if you like what's come so far,
>>> you'll like this a lot - and if you don't... what's wrong with you
>>> Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron,>:/ !
>> Thanks. Looking forward to that.
> Well, then, here's some.
Thanks for your thoughts.
> I've finally taken a vow to start reading those big LNH stories, because
> what else can I do when people give me free fiction I can read on my
> cell phone, and it's not one of those sexy popular cell phones that
> *everyone* publishes for. Thank you, LNH!
> I've always had a problem getting past the in-jokes, like
> For this exercise, I just substituted Whatever Lad. Don't make me invoke
> him again! That said...
> It was a nice study of ultimate power. I'm taking notes, because I might
> have to deal with that same concept myself soon. But I think you missed
> the old trope, "... I wish I had ten wishes more!"
I'm pretty sure one of his super powers ("I have any power I can think
of") was the power to have unlimited wishes...
> It's probably good you resolved the plot, rather than leaving it
> dangling. (Insert name of character here) was as good a way as any, even
> though I don't understand (insert gender if relevant)'s powers.
> (Insertions provided in place of spoiler alerts)
(Insert name of character here) has the power to control people's minds...
Being controlled was something Bart didn't make himself resistant to.
And he could be defeated by non heroes...
If only he had made it so that No one could defeat him...
(Of course then some LNH'r named 'No one' would have defeated him...
such is life)...
> I'm starting to respect some of the LNHers as characters. Ultimate
> Ninja's increasingly cool, and Ripping Dancer certainly had her moment.
> And it was a good action story. Nice job.
Arthur "Thanks" Spitzer
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