LNHX: Kid Kirby #1: LNHX Origins #6

Scott Eiler seiler at eilertech.com
Tue Nov 15 10:47:26 PST 2011

I liked the narration on this one, Martin.  It had this deadpan straight-man quality which you probably worked really hard on.  And the plot twists were nice too.

-----Original Message-----
From: Martin Phipps <martinphipps2 at yahoo.com>
Sent: Tuesday, November 15, 2011 5:27
To: racc at lists.eyrie.org
Subject: Re: LNHX: Kid Kirby #1: LNHX Origins #6

Okay.  I wrote that over two weeks ago.  That's along time for me.

This story was based on Jameel's old Kid Kirby and Sing Along Lass
series.  I think he would be happy with it.  Anyway, it is a one-shot
(for now?).

I'm also happy that Professor Stomper, Catalyst Lass, Kid
Enthusiastic, Special Bonding Boy and Cynical Lass all got lines in
this issue.  The last line fits Cynical Lass perfectly and the "That
was good" line fits SBB's voice too.  Notice how the odd numbered
issues focused on Irony Man et al and the even numbered issues focused
on Professor Stomper et al.  That means everybody was equally used.
(Kid Kirby didn't even appear in Part 3 but he appears here in the
entire last issue.)

That reminds me.

Kid Kirby based on Kid Kirby created by Jameel Al Khavitz
Carina Paschall based on Sing Along Lass created by Jeff Barnes
Professor Stomper based on Doctor Stomper created by T. M. Neeck
Catalyst Lass based on Catalyst Lass created by Elisabeth Riba
Cynical Lass based on Cynical Lass created by Rob Rogers
Kid Enthusiastic based on Kid Enthusiastic created by
Andrew Perron
Special Bonding Boy based on Special Bonding Boy created by Raymond

I'm really happy that this version of the LNH features characters
based on the work of Jameel Al Khavitz, Jeff (Drizzt) Barnes, Raymond
(wReam) Bingham, T. M. Neeck, Doug Moran, Elisabeth Riba, Rob Rogers,
Andrew Perron, August Paul Yang, Josh Geurink, Craig Thomas Judd and
Robert Ramirez.  This Master Blaster is probably one he would have
been more happy with.

Feel free to let me know what you think.


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