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The Daily LNH Wiki Entry Spotlight #27

by Arthur Spitzer

The Daily LNH Wiki Entry Spotlight #27 Today's pick is the Acton Lord entry: [LINK] A twisted corrupted GIF version of Sig.Lad created by Dave Van Domelen (well that's one version of Acton Lord - there are a bunch of others). Arthur "Likes the wReamed version.."

Wiki Entry I'm Really Proud Of Spotlight #1

by Saxon Brenton

Huh. Certainly an impressive amount of lyricism in it. Now, my first thought was to wonder whether lyricism is actually appropriate for a hard SF concept related to the Singularity. But then it occured to me that 'sufficiently advanced indistinguishable from...'. It's cool. -

Wiki Entry I'm Really Proud Of Spotlight #1

by Andrew Perron

So I just got an idea and threw this together: [LINK] I dunno, I like it, what'cha think? Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, pretty rad right

Power-Star Comics 1984 #6: Saved by the Turtle!

by Michael D Friedman

Love the "think" lines. :) ...And so the challengee becomes the challenger. I shall have to think of a way to incorporate Mr. Turtle into the TOF world

Bite-Size Tales of the LNH v20 #14

"'Symbols' [HCC55]"

by Saxon Brenton

LNH20/HCC: Bite-Size Tales of the LNH v20 #14: 'Symbols' Bite-Size Tales of the LNH v20 #14 'Symbols' By Saxon Brenton [for High Concept Challenge #55] Professor Penumbra stared at the rotary telephone. It sat with almost wilful incongruity in the middle of the baseball

HCC #55

"Required Elements [DEADLINE EXTENSION!]"

by Michael D Friedman

Due to some requests, I am moving the deadline out one more week, until Friday 9/4. Still plenty of time to join in the fun!

Power-Star Comics 1984 #6: Saved by the Turtle!

by Scott Eiler

Carefully guest-crafted by Tom Russell to draw you in and engage you for a good long read of a good short story... Just Kidding! Speedily crafted by *me* to entertain you for thirty seconds! [LINK] ... Yes, you read those headers right. This

Ripping Off King Arthur #250: - The Chainsawrfs Part Three

by Arthur Spitzer

More Chainsawrfs.. [LINK] Arthur "Another strip.." Spitzer

Power-Star Comics 1984 #5: Happy Bears!

by Scott Eiler

Oh, my. Happy Bears (and their villain) actually were a concept I had in 1984. Now they're likely to take over Free Powernaut Comic Day 2016. [LINK] I actually did conceive of the Doom Bear in 1984, when Care Bears and the like were in fashion.

RAC Challenge! #4

by Arthur Spitzer

Chapter Four by Jerry Franke.. From: [LINK] (Jerry L Franke) Newsgroups: rec.arts.comics.creative Subject: REPOST: RAC Challenge! Ch. 4 Date: 4 Nov 1995 16:25:20 GMT Chapter 4 of our rec.arts.comics Challenge! retrospective. See Henry Broaddus' informational post somewhere

Journey Into #23

"The Required Elements [reformat]"

by Michael D Friedman

I love the way this story is told. I kind of reminds me of "Everything Wil Be OK" by Don Hertzfeldt, in its tone and narrative style. Great job! Really enjoyed it. - Mike.

The Truth About Fiction TEB #1

"The Road to Fiction (Collects Issues 1-6)"

by Michael D Friedman

TALES OF FICTION presents... THE TRUTH ABOUT FICTION: THE COLLECTED STORIES [TEB] VOLUME ONE: "The Road to Fiction" Written by Michael D Friedman

The Truth About Fiction #7

by Michael D Friedman

TALES OF FICTION presents... THE TRUTH ABOUT FICTION ISSUE #7: "Trespass" Written by Michael D Friedman PREVIOUSLY: Austin Allen has traveled to

The LNH Frequently Asked Questions

by Russ Allbery

Version 4.0 Administered by: Andrew Perron (pwe...@gmail.com) The FAQ was last updated: 2014-06-07 1.0 Introduction .1 The

Power-Star Comics 1984 #4: G. I. Gov!

by Scott Eiler

What would 1984 be without its world-conquering villains - and Real American Warriors ready to fight them? Now, let's all try to remember who the villains *were* in 1984... Power-Star Comics continue! [LINK] This one has some Wiki support...

Power-Star Comics 1984 #3: Solar Sail Roboto!

by Scott Eiler

What would the 1980s be without giant robots - or Japanese manga about girls in sailor suits? Andrew Perron has contributed a concept which has both! Power-Star Comics 1984 continues. [LINK] Solar Sail Roboto deserves some design notes... I'm

RAC Challenge! Ch. 2

by Arthur Spitzer

Chapter 2 by Daniel Warren.. From: [LINK] (Jerry L Franke) Newsgroups: rec.arts.comics.creative Subject: REPOST: RAC Challenge! Ch. 2 Date: 2 Nov 1995 16:27:49 GMT We're reposting the initial chapters of the rec.arts.comics Challenge! leading up to the brand new finale (being

De Profundis

by Adrian J. McClure

This is a story I posted on tumblr last year, as part of the now sadly defunct Prompt Service. I figured I might as well post it here. You may notice strong thematic links with the LNHY work I was doing at the time. **** When I was taken into the waters and reborn, my faith was sure. I longed

Mighty Medley #20

"August 2015, by Messrs. Brenton, Perron, Russell, and Stokes"

by Tom Russell

------------- ----EIGHTFOLD PROUDLY PRESENTS---- ----THE 2014 RACCIE WINNER FOR---- ----FAVORITE ONGOING SERIES---- ----FAVORITE NEW TITLE----- ----FAVORITE

Well, I'm here. What do you want me to do?: Well, I'm here. What do you want me to do?

by Wack'd I.

I can't see the slate!

Ripping Off King Arthur #249: - The Chainsawrfs Part Two

by Arthur Spitzer

Is a Chainsawrfette Hula Doll Free life worth living? [LINK] Arthur "Of Course Not..." Spitzer

Frequently Asked Questions [FAQ]

by Russ Allbery

Last-modified: 2014-08-05 Posted-by: postfaq 1.17 (Perl 5.14.2) Archive-name: comics/creative/faq URL: [LINK] Posting-frequency: monthly rec.arts.comics.creative Frequentl

RAC Challenge! Ch. 1

by Arthur Spitzer

Was looking through RACC archives for something to read (or reread) and stumbled upon that RAC Challenge folder and then thought to myself that I should really repost these to RACC so those people who weren't around in 1995 can gasp in wonderment over this completely insane series. There was some

System Corrupters #32

"The Heroine's Journey, Chapter 1: Netscape: Torment"

by Adrian J. McClure

SYSTEM CORRUPTERS #32 The Heroine's Journey Chapter 1: Netscape: Torment by Adrian McClure with editing and one or two lines by Andrew Perron [Note: this story takes place shortly after the main body of Beige Midnight, but is best read after Just Another Cascade. It follows Merissa's appearance

Where's 1984 #2?

by Scott Eiler

I have determined I should have fun with Powernaut comics every week, even when I'm taking a week off. So, here's the first of a series of ads I will post between series. [LINK] Unfortunately the name "Queen Evilina" was taken. Awww, but…

Powernaut 2005 #41: DIE, INFIDELS!

by Scott Eiler

Well, I don't recall seeing Vince or Karl in a Powernaut comic after this. Could this be... A Shocking, Poignant DEATH? Or Even TWO??? Whatever incredible thing happens, future series will have to follow up, because Powernaut 2005 is CONCLUDED! [LINK]

The LNH Frequently Asked Questions

by Russ Allbery

Version 4.0 Administered by: Andrew Perron (pwe...@gmail.com) The FAQ was last updated: 2014-06-07 1.0 Introduction .1 The