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Postby DDave on Thu Mar 14, 2002 10:35 pm

Howdy,

Icewing here is your sketch. Your request was:

"... lessee here... deCess, peaceful yet with a hint of internal conflict..."

To which I'll note that deCess is not known for being at peace with herself...

Email me your address and I'll get the sketch in the mail to you.

Best,

Dave

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Postby Icewing on Mon Mar 18, 2002 12:18 am

Great! That's really cool, thank you.

Regarding the Mar.17 news: And of course I think your stories are interesting. (not much of an egoboost, I know :smile: just a bit)

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Postby DDave on Mon Mar 18, 2002 9:57 am

Howdy,

[quote]
not much of an egoboost, I know :smile: just a bit)

Hey,

I'll take what I can get :smile:

I'm getting the sketch in the mail today.

Best,

Dave
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Postby Justinpie on Fri Mar 22, 2002 11:03 am

I think it's a matter of your story, Dave. since its all exposition and is unfolding as we speak, people are probably doing the "sneak peek" thing for the time being, "catching up" on backissues every couple weeks or so.

Just as a general wondering, is your story intended to be a read a certain way? That is, do you intend fans to read it update-by-update (like a soap opera) or is it just as effective reading it in batches?
I only ask because you insert a lot of suspense, which sort of lends itself to a serialised reading.
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Postby DDave on Fri Mar 22, 2002 9:54 pm

Howdy,

On 2002-03-22 11:03, justinpie wrote:
Just as a general wondering, is your story intended to be a read a certain way?


Heh. Pander is supposed to be read with the same kind of gut churning yearning that people watch soap operas or the sweet sixteen with. You are supposed to go to bed ruminating on all the twistiness and red herrings. If you are not missing sleep, appointments and dates due to pondering the plot, then you are obviously not getting the full Pander experience. :smile:

Actually, I had assumed people would be tuning in as the strips become available, just 'cause that is my own comic-compulsive nature.

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Dave
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