REVIEW: End of Month Reviews #96 - December 2011 [spoilers]

Scott Eiler seiler at
Fri Feb 3 21:22:59 PST 2012

On 2/3/2012 8:51 PM, Adrian J. McClure wrote:

> A while back, Tom Russell wrote:
> "I think, though, it's time to
> let those characters go, or to make a concerted, but not at all
> creepy, effort to locate a valid e-mail address for those creators
> and
> ask them to let the character go into the public domain.  I'm more
> and
> more convinced that that is just plain the right thing to do. "
> I very much agree with that, and I've been thinking about it ever
> since. It's been especially on my mind since the Watchmen debacle. So
> I've been slowly trying to track down contact info for the various
> founding LNHers. Here are the ones I've found to date:
> We already have permission from Brian Perler (Obscure Trivia Lad) and,
> I think, Dan'l Danehy-Oakes (California Kid), and Tori Fike (Lurking
> Girl) for LNH20.
> Elisabeth Anne Riba (Catalyst Lass): her web page is here:
> and I've seen other signs of
> her web presence, but I can't seem to find any email. She has a
> facebook as Lis Riba, but can't be messaged by non-friends.
> Jacob Lesgold (Super Apathy Lad): Web page:,
> email is jlesgold at freeshell dot org
> August Paul Yang (The August One/Occultism Kid I): He still posts
> every so often on Disney comics groups; his address is wintermute at
> speakeasy dot net
> Matthew Jotham Millheiser (Cheesecake-Eater Lad) twitter is at
>, haven't been able to find an email or
> facebook yet.
> David Goldfarb (Squid Boy): Handed his character over to Dvandom.
> Steve Husty (Insomnia Boy): I think this is him:
> Maurice Beyke (Comics Snob Boy): According to this post
> he died in
> a car crash in 2000.
> Rebecca Drayer (Organic Lass): She's currently working as a doctor in
> New York, so I can find the address for her office but not her email.
> Karthik Sheka (Kid Yesterdaze): Currently working as a doctor in
> Allentown/Bethlehem, PA: Google+ here
> Connie Hirsch (Fuzzy): She was also teh author of Kid Dynamo and
> several published sci-fi short stories. This page:
> lists her address as chirsch at tiac dot net.
> Jef Kolodziej (Cliche Dude): Couldn't find anything.
> Bill Sherman (Spelling Boy): His wikipedia user page is here:
>, he edited the article back
> in the day to reflect that he was the founder, so he seems to have
> signed off on the project as well, but it probably wouldn't hurt to
> contact him.
> Vernon H. Harmon (Bad Timing Boy): Currently working as a video game
> developer, couldn't find any contact info
> Steve Hutchinson (Invisible Incendiary): IIRC, he stuck around for a
> while longer (didn't he write part of a Dvandom Force annual?), and I
> think he approved of other peoples' use of his character.
> Ben Pierce (Marvel Zombie Lad) and Doug Moran (Irony Man) were too
> common names for me to find anything useful.
> Many of the above have LinkedIn profiles. I'd feel funny about joining
> a business network to contact people about LNH, but if someone else is
> part of it they could help.

Heh. *Everything's" a business network to me.  People contact *me* on 
LinkedIn all the time.  I either ignore them, or admit them and *then* 
ignore them.

However, I do now have the ability to contact people on LinkedIn in the 
name of Eiler Technical Enterprises, which now publishes selected Legion 
of Net.Heroes stories at  I will not hesitate to do this 
if someone might actually listen.

But think carefully and help me write the contact message before I 
unleash this power.   For starters, people might be reluctant if I 
approach them as a  Are there non dot-com entities they might 
feel safe for me to represent, like ?

(signed) Scott Eiler  8{D> -------- ---------

Turns out I'm an anally-fixated oedipal paranoid with 
south-of-the-border schizophrenic delusions...  But never mind, I've 
found me the ideal job.  I'm going to run for President!

- Major Honey, scripted by Grant Morrison, Doom Patrol #46, August 1991.

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