LNH/HCC: Legion of Net.Heroes Volume 2 #48 [HCC29]

Scott Eiler seiler at eilertech.com
Wed May 2 19:09:20 PDT 2012

On 5/2/2012 6:50 PM, Saxon Brenton wrote:
> And then, suddenly, the HCC29 entries made like a convoy of buses, and
> all turned up at once.

This is going to be one of those messages it's hard to find on the list, 
isn't it?

> Adrian J McClure replied:
> >>      It was later in the same day that Anal-Retentive Archive Kid had
> >> gone and picked a fight scene with the Apathy Beast and chased it off
> >> [_End of Month Reviews_ #98 - Footnote Girl].  After that things had
> >> gotten a bit hazy, and there had been reports of a duck packing heat...
> >
> > Wait, that was actually in continuity? Wasn't expecting that.

If Anal-Retentive Archive Kid is fourth-wall aware, then the Apathy 
Beast can definitely be a character.

> I confess, the original version of that reference was that it may have
> been in continuity for the Superhuman World imprint, but whether it was
> in continuity for the LNH was still undecided.  But then I realised:
> there have been LNH stories that have been explicitly in continuity with
> the RACCies, even if there haven't been any that are in coninuity with
> the RACCCafe.  So I (metaphorically) threw up my hands and said 'Okay,
> from the Legion's point of view, the duck with the gun happened...'

 From SW10's point of view, sure, it happened over in LNH.   SW10 shall 
simply have to avoid using Psychovant at the same time, if "the same 
time" is even an operative concept under the circumstances.  But uh oh, 
I'll have to add Psychovant the Duck to the LNH Wiki now.  8{D>

> > ...wait, there are orcs in the Looniverse? Was this ever mentioned
> > before?
> Not that I'm aware of.  But I assume that there's almost anything in the
> Looniverse unless someone says otherwise, because, well, the 
> Looniverse is
> that type of place.

Makes sense to me.

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