LNH: Easily-Discovered Man #57

Arthur Spitzer arspitzer2 at gmail.com
Sat May 9 09:46:46 PDT 2020

On Thursday, May 7, 2020 at 7:29:03 PM UTC-7, EDMLite wrote:
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>     Doused with microwave radiation, Theodore Wong gained the ability to glow and be detected at great distances by anyone with a Geiger counter.  Forced to retire, Wong has left former sidekick Lite to continue his battle against the forces of corruption, chaos and common sense, and to carry on the legacy of the fabulous EASILY-DISCOVERED MAN.

Oh, man!  It's a new issue of EDM!

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>     The following takes place sometime after issue #8 of the Legion of Net.Heroes mini-series "Beige Countdown."
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I admire how committed you are to never leaving 2007.

>      Before doing our best to emancipate Lite from mental slavery, however, it seems worth to point out that because this story takes  place as part of a long-since concluded cross-over (the one known  as Beige Countdown, which later became Beige Midnight, which… oh,  go ahead and read the Wiki) its events are set in the year 2007.   What might our characters be doing if they lived in the current golden age of peace and prosperity that is 2020?  Let’s pause for just a moment to answer that question...   

Hahaha... umm... oh *sigh*...

>      NEXT ISSUE: The crime-crimping duo of Easily-Discovered Man
> and Lite is back -- in flashback form, anyway -- thus proving once again that nothing on the Internet is ever created nor destroyed, but merely catalogued by Google.  Can Lite at last solve the mystery of who killed the Waffle Queen?  And can he endure the soul-shattering psychic pain of re-living his sophomore year of high school?  Find out in the episode three out of four dentists suggest we call “People Who Live in Glass Houses.”

Great stuff as always.  Hoping we won't have to wait 5 more years for the next one!

>      SPECIAL THANKS: To Arthur and Scott for an amazing RACC-Con-’19 (note: NOT a virus); to Perry and Graham for giving me the time to do this and to Apocalypso for continued inspiration.

Yeah, last year was fun.  Thanks for hosting it.  Obviously there aren't going to be any meet ups this
year -- but maybe in '21 or '22 things will be back to normal and there can be another meet up.

Arthur "Ah, 2007.." Spitzer

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