LNH: UM #6
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Sat Feb 25 15:17:35 PST 2012
On Fri, 24 Feb 2012 04:24:48 +0000 (UTC), Adrian J. McClure wrote:
> Of course, this exhausting quality is part of the point of the series.
> A lot of Beige Midnight is about fighting depression, and parts of it
> were maybe *too* good a representation of the kind of depressive/
> obsessive states that I sometimes fall into. (Partly due to autism,
> partly just due to being a writer. I suspect most writers experience
> some of that.)
Indeed, much agreed on the strength of that tone.
> Of course, I have to mention that I'm very thankful to Tom for letting
> me have UM and being so supportive about my take on him back in the
> day. And also for not finishing Evil's Last Stand. I guess I should
> thank Carolyn Vaughn for derailing that crossover by not writing her
> part. So thanks, Carolyn, wherever you are; if you'd actually been on
> time, most of my RACC career would have never happened.
And also because Curious Lass and Psionic Lad was a fun series!
>> Well, it's implied that he's going to be tripping through time (so as to
>> show up for his cameo in Just Imagine). Perhaps you could have him stop by
>> Infinite April for a day.
> Hmmm... That would probably require an entire other issue, though.
> This thing has gone on for long enough. Maybe a What If type story?
Could elide over it and then go into it in an issue of LNH Comics Presents
Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, "What happened?" "Tell you later."
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