A reversal of fortune and a
n unexpected surprise.
i’ve been listening to your podcast for a good while; your stories are a treat, and your reading pushes them over the crest of Mt. Brilliant.
My only gripe is that the stories are short and far between, but I more than gladly take what I can when they’re this good.
Much appreciation from Gothenburg, Sweden.
Sir, I don’t know how you think of them, but I love them all.
But I do wonder, what plans does Edward have for El Justiador?
Take that for Smashing my Japanese, American, German, English, Italian Sportscar. (multiple kicks)
Good story so far. Please update soon. Err… Sooner.
Double plus good!
Awesome as always!
Superb. Congrat’s on the move. I downloaded it on Itunes, and I don’t know if there’s aproblem on the feed, or if it’s an all over problem, but the pod cast kept pausing for about a minute of silence before resuming. Could you help me out on this?
Thank you kind sir, for (finally)bringing the unwashed masses another snippet of highly entertaining brilliance.
Whatever it takes, please keep doing what you do. Yours is the single most enjoyable podcast that I know of.
I tip my hat. They say that it isn’t the mistakes you make which define you, but how you deal with them, and you’re handling of the origin of Choppers sports car was first class.
Please don’t rush the episodes at the expense of your high quality writing.
Art, genius and bowel movements… Neither, when rushed, can be satisfactory.
Thus, I ask not that you make haste with your next installment of the two former mentioned. Merely that it be within my ever decreasing lifetime.
Three cheers for your prequel work, by the way. While you may have painted yourself into a corner with the primary storyarc, do not be afraid to rewrite existing “history” in order to make the overall arc work. Edwin II has already shown that you may experiment within this medium, without shaking off your fanbase. Good call on retaining the original ‘dry’ Edwin, though. His aloof superiority, simply through superior intellect, not gizmos, can never be replaced.
In hungry excitement
“I want them alive Mr. Hughes. All of them. A dead person is a waste. A live person, can be exploited.”
Quintessential Edwin Windsor. I am so pleased by this latest installment I can find no words that properly describe the emotion.
-Sir Garrick Godfrey Esquire
I’m a big fan of the series, but I’m finding something missing for me in the prequels.
It’s not that I object to some backstory, or even entertaining filler (loved the zombies) but I keep hoping to hear more on Edna. Her death seemed to effect Edwin so deeply that it keeps me rooting for him. The two of them had such a great relationship, even if it only spanned a couple scenes.
That’s my two cents. Keep up the good work.
for what it’s worth, I really dug the original sad-piano music.
Just got my downloadable Dragon Con schedule and realized you were on a couple of the panel discussions! You should have a little blurb somewhere letting people know…or did I just blow your superhero cover?
Life force… fading! Hope of new installment… fading! Must! Have! Edwin!
Mr Black said,
“I keep hoping to hear more on Edna. Her death seemed to effect Edwin so deeply that it keeps me rooting for him. The two of them had such a great relationship, even if it only spanned a couple scenes.”
Kudos, that is where the line from Edwin being truely evil and being… well Lawful evil i guess.
True evil would have excuses, I believe it was an episode of Dr. who where the good Dr. said,
“You let one of them go but that’s nothing new. Every now and then, a little victim’s spared. Because she smiled, because he’s got freckles, because they begged. And that’s how you live with yourself. That’s how you slaughter millions, because once in a while, on a whim, if the wind’s in the right direction, you happen to be kind.”
Edwin has no whims and in general sees no point killing anyone. Because potentially anyone… could be useful. So far he has only caused ether directly or indirectly the deaths of 2 people. the “hero” that smashed up one of his insured factories with a nuro-toxin and the Cromoglodon.
“Even the devil owes him money”
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