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

Andrew Perron pwerdna at
Tue Jan 31 20:47:53 PST 2012

On Tue, 31 Jan 2012 22:51:48 +0000 (UTC), EDMLite wrote:

> Heh.  I'm exactly the opposite.  I've always avoided the X-books
> like the plague, largely because of their vast and complicated
> backstory.  I've tended to gravitate to books like "Daredevil"
> and "The Flash," which focused on one super-character,
> with a strong supporting cast, and tended to be more-or-less
> grounded in the "real world."  (They also tended to produce
> a lot of "done-in-one" stories, which I prefer to long arcs).

I like both, personally!  I seem to have been writing mostly team books,
but that's mostly because I have way too many ideas for characters...

> I've appreciated the fact that the LNH universe is big enough
> for all kinds of stories: the great big universe-spanning epics
> with loads and loads of characters, and the smaller dramas
> (and comedies) that allow the reader to watch one or two
> characters develop over time.  I have my preferences, but I
> like that I generally have a wide range of stories to choose from...


> --Rob Rogers
> --Thinks of his own work as "epicayune"

Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, thinks that's an awesomescriptive term.

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