LNH/META: To Reboot or Not to Reboot....
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Fri Oct 28 18:40:55 PDT 2011
On Fri, 28 Oct 2011 18:55:08 +0000 (UTC), Arthur Spitzer wrote:
> We've got Martin, Andrew, Rob, Ted, Lalo, and me so far. Each of us can
> pick what characters we want to write about at this point. But we
> should wait a few months to see if others are interested.
> Saxon usually participates in these things... of course it's possible he
> might be burned out on RACC... been awhile since there was an End of the
> Months Review...
> And there are others. Dave maybe (come on Dave... you know you want
> to), Jamas... maybe some old LNH'rs like Jaelle, Tom, or Jamie Rosen
> would want to do an issue. Some new LNH'r like Wil? So let's just wait
> a bit.
> Also my idea for this is that it's a series that takes place for 20
> weeks with each character issue being for its own week.
Hm. That does leave a lot of room for people to join in. (And for other
20th anniversary events to happen.) I like it!
> This should also probably have its own imprint. So maybe LNHR (for
> Reboot)? LNH20? LNH2012?
I like LNH20.
> This is the way I see it...
> LNH2012: Catalyst Lass #1: Week One
> LNH2012: Irony Man #1: Week Two
> LNH2012: Fearless Leader #1: Week Twenty
Naturally, if people who've already posted #1 want to move on to #2 before
the #1s end, that's fine.
> I do think every issue should just focus on a specific character and
> their interactions with the LNH for whatever week it takes place. The
> writer could do whatever they wanted for that issue. If they want to
> have the character have some origin flashback they could do that. If
> they don't.. then they don't have to.
Hmmmmm. Well, it could also focus on a couple of characters, or a
subgroup, or a villain, or a not-LNH aspect of the 'verse. But yeah,
flexibility is good here.
> We should probably take all of this planning talk back to the Authors Group.
Eh, I think it's good to have it out here. It'll attract the curious.
Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, and it's making the group much more
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