LNH: Help!

Martin Phipps martinphipps2 at yahoo.com
Sat Oct 29 23:03:39 PDT 2011

On Oct 29, 2:07 pm, Arthur Spitzer <arspit... at earthlink.net> wrote:
> On 10/29/11 11:16 AM, Andrew Perron wrote:
> > On Sat, 29 Oct 2011 18:12:08 +0000 (UTC), Martin Phipps wrote:
> >> Thanks.
> >> And so now I'm pretty much done, :)
> >> Seriously in three posts I've re-introduced fifteen LNHers.
> > Um.
> > No offense, but it seems a bit premature to write the issues when we
> > haven't really nailed down the details of the setting yet? ^^;
> > Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, just a bit
> Yeah, I agree.
> I think it should be up to the writers involved what characters they
> want to write about.  And we could perhaps add Fearless Leader and
> Catalyst Lass into that.
> I think for the time we should just limit each writers choices to two.
> And leave the rest of the slots open for other potential writers.

Oh and I think that it would make more sense for people for now to
pick as many as four characters each so we know that we will actually
have enough.  If everybody is restricted to two characters each then
we will need ten people, more if some people only end up writing one

Oh and if some of the series continue then the story won't stop at
twenty issues.  People can introduce new characters in Catalyst Lass
#2, Irony Man #2, etc.  Even if we start with just twenty characters
we won't be restricted to having only twenty characters, would we?
That would be silly.  How about twenty LNHers introduced in no more
than eight issues?  The Legion forms based on the characters that have
been introduced up to that point and then new LNHers can join.  There
is absolutely no reason why we need to restrict ourselves to 20
LNHers.  None.  Nor do the stories even have to all star LNHers: we
could even have a story or two told from the villains point of view.
Let's not try to restrict ourselves too soon.  (My idea of having all
the stories told in first person was just that, an idea.  Rob has been
doing it all along in EDM and it's worked well enough for him.)


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