LNH: Classic LNH Adventures #132: Infinite Leadership Cry.Sig Part Eight
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Thu May 21 13:30:00 PDT 2020
On 12/22/2019 5:23 PM, Arthur Spitzer wrote:
> "It doesn't matter," Adamant Authority-on-Everything
> said. "We're all going to keep disappearing until
> Ultimate Ninja comes back. And then maybe he'll
> disappear too." He sighed. "It's hopeless."
That seems kinda out-of-character; I associate Adam with being confident even to
the point of ridiculousness.
> "Oh @#$%!" Master Blaster swore.
> "What's wrong," Frat Boy asked. "I thought you said
> we had nothing to worry about."
> "That was before Pulls-Paper-Out-Of-Hats Lad pulled
> my name out of his hat and sentenced me to oblivion."
I do like the hypocrisy.
> Then it hit on
> him. "Wikiboy!"
> Wikiboy sighed. "What is it?"
> "You're a smart guy."
> "So I am."
> "You know where the others went."
> "I'm sorry but I don't."
> "You do!"
> Wikiboy shook his head. "My powers don't work that
> "Yes they do!"
> Wikiboy sighed. "My powers are limited in that I
> can neither be omnipotent nor omniscient. You can't
> ask me to be able to do anything you want nor know
> anything you want to know. I can't perform miracles."
> "Yes you can!"
> "You're not listening."
This is pretty good. X3
> Wikiboy shook his head. "Not at all. If I really
> was angry with you then you could ask me to forgive
> "Okay. You forgive me."
> "I forgive you."
> "Now help me!"
> "I can't."
> "Alright! Fine!"
> "Why don't we just disband the LNH?" Master Blaster
> asked. "Right here. Right now. If the LNH is
> disbanded then I'm not the leader. Nobody is. Then
> nobody will disappear." He turned to Adamant
> Authority-on-Everything. "Well? What do you think?"
> "It's worth a try," Adamant Authority-on-Everything
> said. "But the LNH leader cannot disband the LNH
> without the full support of the team."
This is a smart variation.
> It was Sister State-the-Obvious. She was sitting up
> in bed alone. Master Blaster wasn't there. "He's
> Frat Boy gave out a deep sigh. "So what now?"
DUN DUN DUNNNNN...
> Pulls-Out-Of-Hats Lad pulled out the name of the
> latest LNH Leader.
> "Well?" Curious Lass asked.
> "Sister State-the-Obvious," he said.
> "That's me," Sister State-the-Obvious said. "I'm
> the new leader."
You know, I would have expected Martin to resolve the "disbanded LNH" plot point
at least a little.
> "No," Ordinary Lady told him.
> "Pulls-Paper-Out-Of-Hats Lad's power is to pull out
> the right piece of paper out of all the paper in the
> hat so that in this case he would be pulling out the
> name of the right person to be leader of the LNH."
> "What about when he pulled out Coward Lad's name?"
> Frat Boy asked.
> "That was a gag," Ordinary Lady explained.
A good way to have it work. <3
> Just then a flash of lightning appeared outside. It
> was so bright that even though our heroes were inside
> LNH HQ and were protected by extra thick steel and
> concrete walls, the light in the room was nevertheless
> bright enough that even those standing away from the
> source had to make the effort to try to shield their
> eyes from it.
...I don't think that makes sense o3o
> "Wait!" Frat Boy complained. "Isn't it illogical
> that Kid Kirby would show up just after wReamHack says
> how good it would be to have him here?"
> "Perhaps," Ordinary Lady said, "but don't forget
> that, as I already said, the Looniverse is not only
> bound by logic but by comedy and drama. Having Kid
> Kirby show up on cue serves drama and having you point
> out the illogic of him showing up on cue serves
I mean, in theory, but the joke's getting old now o3o
> Frat Boy grimaced. "I don't get it," he said. "Why
> can't he just say what he thinks might be causing
> "Rules of drama," Ordinary Lady said. "All major
> revelations need to be preceded by a cliffhanger
Actually, the most effective ILC issues introduced the new idea and then
developed it over the course of the issue, I feel like.
Drew "let's see if that happens next time!" Nilium
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