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Journey Into #24

"The Vampire Sun"

by Tom Russell

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The Girl Who Saved the Word Part 29

by George Phillies

“It’s not way above,” Trisha answered. “And you get the same next year.” “To answer your question,” Janie added, “I got straight As on my exams, well, mayhaps not A+s in all of them. Except Romeo and Juliet makes absolutely no sense at all. I just wrote down what I memorized from those

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by George Phillies

Oh, my, the fortress in the core of the star. My heroine would be impressed. She might have some ideas about how good an idea it was, since if the arrangements that prop up the walls fail the air conditioning budget goes up. A lot. Very quickly. She would, however, be quite impressed, though

Superhuman World and Associated Eligibles for 2015

by

'Tis the season... to put the Powernaut and all his pals up for awards! 8{D> Here I list all the stuff I've worked in the past year, regardless of universe. However, this year seems to be all my native universe, Superhuman World (SW10) and its offshots. I've taken to grouping the RACCie

The Super Wizard From Space #50

"Memento Mori"

by

His ancient race long ago unravelled the laws of physics, and they then learned how to redefine them. They harvest fusion fire to sustain themselves, and they hollow out suns to build their private strongholds. They are guardians of the spaces they know and explorers of the spaces they don't.

Powernaut 1985 #12: Crisis of Multiple Powernauts!

by Scott Eiler

He's baaaack... and so is Powernaut 1985, for Part 2! [LINK] ... Bonus Section: 2005 Reprint Commentary from Wyatt Ferguson! Hypergaardians and Pentahedrons I've compared notes with Karl Scribner for this entry. He's kind of the authority

Frequently Asked Questions [FAQ]

by Russ Allbery

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The Superhuman World Wiki: Wheel O' Scheduling!

by Scott Eiler

This is another Powernaut bye week. If I stop procrastinating, I might have a backlog of two Powernaut strips built up before I resume publishing. But first, more procrastinating! It's been noted that it would be awfully cool to have an actual functioning Wheel O' Scheduling like the one

2015 First Nomination Ballot

by Andrew Perron

Without further ado! It's finally time for the fantastic feat of democratic dogooding, known here and there and everywhere as the Two Thousand and Fifteen Rec.Arts.Comics.Creative Awards, callsign the RACCies! The RACCies are a two-step process: 1.) Nominations. Open. The only

Classic LNH Adventures #3

"The Three Day Lull Part 3"

by Arthur Spitzer

In this weeks reposting of stuff you can find in the eyrie archive [LINK] we have the third part of the Three Day Lull with writings by Steve Hutchison who created the Invisible Incendiary and would occasionally participate by writing various vignettes to the

The Daily LNH Wiki Entry Spotlight #73

by Arthur Spitzer

The Daily LNH Wiki Entry Spotlight #73 Today's pick is the RACCies entry: [LINK] The Rec.arts.comics.creative awards that's been running since 1994 (and still running since Andrew posted the nomination ballot today). It's where any RACC writer or reader can nominate

The Girl Who Saved the World Part 28 (George Phillies)

by George Phillies

In case you were wondering what I just did to chapter order, they are now Flashforward I awoke at half past dark. To put it mildly, I hurt. Flashback Kniaz Kang's Shanghai Marco Polo North Cosmopolis, Washington 7:30 AM January 10, 2018 Chapter Three The Hidden Fortress Morning

The Girl Who Saved the World Part 27

by George Phillies

This brilliant discussion has been postponed to Chapter 8 or so. Next time we return to the new Chapter 4. “We must mobilize the people of the world,” Holmgren said, “to turn their united talents to capturing this person. Wherever she is – yes, I agree the very limited evidence suggests

The Girl Who Saved the World, Part 26

by George Phillies

By the way, I did a minor rearrangement again. The book now starts with Eclipse lying in bed in considerable pain, then jumps back to Kniaz Kang's Shanghai Marco Polo. The diplomats which you are now reading are shoved off to chapter eight. We will return in two episodes to Chapter Three, in

Ripping Off King Arthur #257: - The Chainsawrfs Part Seven

by Arthur Spitzer

Has Learny reached the end of his rope? (Or will I string this a long some more?) [LINK] Arthur "Bad Hanging Puns.." Spitzer

The Superhuman World Wiki: Julie Wolcott!

by Scott Eiler

This will be a Powernaut "bye" week. So will next week, 'cause I'm tired of doing all my cartooning one week from deadline (instead of ten or so). But I still want to publish *something* this and every week. This character started out kind of like Lois Lane, but she grew up to be more like

Ripping Off King Arthur #256: - The Chainsawrfs Part Six

by Arthur Spitzer

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

The Girl Who Saved the World Part 25

by George Phillies

Now, the unholy trio are from Alt.Er.Net Nit.I.verse they were meant as a tribute to all and sundry. And now, back to Eclipse, The Girl Who Saved The World “Ah, yes, the original agenda. Eclipse and how she escaped. Is there an issue here?” The Ambassadors glowered. “Valkyria,” Holmgren

Frequently Asked Questions [FAQ]

by Russ Allbery

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Powernaut 1985 #9: Uh Oh

by Scott Eiler

Hypergaard is on fire and under attack. This is a job for... not just the Powernaut, but all the Heroes of the '80s! Getting their act together, just in time to be eligible for a 2015 RACCies Team Award! RACCies aside, Powernaut 1985 just escalated. [LINK]

Old tales: Old tales

by George Phillies

Back when I was circulating This Shining Sea through here, I saw many of the period tales, two decades ago. However, then and until recently I was using a text browser (PINE), and therefore there were not real hints that I could see there was any artwork. The Continentals artwork was a real