The scene shifts and we get to see a couple characters that haven’t appeared for a while–plus the odd costumed menace.
I wanted to put more stuff into this post than I did, but it would have been a lot longer…
Okay. It’s up.
And just for what it’s worth, I thought I’d point out that I’m using Twitter to let people know about update progress. That way I don’t have to continually write something like “not yet ready to post… Wait… It’s almost ready… Well it could be ready in minute… But it’s actually going to be ready tomorrow,” into posts that I then delete the next day anyway.
I can do that in Twitter instead and evidence of my inconsistency can be kept for the ages.
Another update. Sadly, this scene is too long for one post and so it’ll be continued on Friday…
Another update. It’s sort of on time if by on time you mean it was completed on the day it was supposed to appear. Sort of.
Well anyway, you’ll get a chance to run into one of the two surviving members of the original Heroes League in this post. That’s something to look forward to even if the specific circumstances of the meeting are a little depressing.
One of these days, I’d like to write story that’s completely the original League set in the 50’s or 60’s or something. Not sure when I’ll do it, but it would be cool.
Oh look… It’s a post that’s on time (more or less). With any luck, I’ll be able to do the same on Friday. Not being in training for a race means that I’ve probably got an extra 5-10 hours a week. I plan on enjoying that for a while.
I appear to have become one of those people who updates the day after the official due date. This annoys me.
Finally, a post shows up. Imagine that…
And now that I’m going to do my second post of the week on Fridays, it’s only one day late, right?
And we have an update…
Oh, for what it’s worth, I attended Penguicon on Saturday. It’s a convention that’s focused on science fiction and open source software. It’s worth going if you happen to be in the area and like either of the two. I went largely because a friend was on a couple panels, but had a good time. Randall Munroe of xkcd was every bit as amusing as you might expect.