Thank you! :)
Type: Posts; User: ChastMastr
Thank you! :)
Good heavens, and thank you! When do they put this up? (Obviously I want the info as soon as possible because I'm impatient...)
Actually, I don't want to give BC any clicks at all, but I also like to have the actual full solicits on one page, with creative teams and prices, so I can make my list for the order form and such. ...
I vaguely remember thinking it hadn't gone through so that's probably how I posted it twice by mistake.
Actually, I'd missed the other thread somehow, and screwed up my own thread by posting it twice... :o
Is there anything in the story to tell us when it takes place, a year, etc.?
Can't find the delete button, alas.
Yes, but Earth-tech circa 1979 for science-fictiony TV shows, which pretty much could mean whatever the plot requires. :) Remember, this is a world with Maskatrons and Fembots.
Byron, could you ask him what year this story takes place?
Does it say what year it happens in?
I will say that, apart from cheesecake (or beefcake) aspects, it's very odd to have Dejah Thoris out and about in a series in which every Barsoomian character seems more covered up than ... well,...
In my case, because of the sense of conflict and that I'm alone on these boards in my feelings about pretty much everything, I simply stopped posting altogether. (Except for this post, obviously). ...
We're going to have to disagree on a lot of this, alas, and no, I don't think I'm blind to anything--we just don't agree. I do appear to be the only one on this board with this position, but such is...
Hopefully this will make what I have been trying to say clearer.
Gee, thanks. And people wonder why I say, "Whatever"?
I would say that Andrea Dworkin (and her mindset) no more represents most feminists or mainstream feminism (whether during her life or now) than the Nation of Islam era (i.e, before his Meccan...
Not anyone I'd voluntarily hang around with. And I think that notion does a great disservice to male heterosexual readers by assuming that they're that ignorant.
They never did this.
They didn't in anything I've read, not that "feminist" is a bad thing at all.
This may help explain my own position:
Sorry you feel that way, but I find the whole "PC = bad" notion to generally be one I do dismiss, yes. I am happy with genuine argument over these points (in the novels, for example, pretty much...
Ah, the use of "PC" as if it's a bad thing. Whatever.
I'm sure they'll be done "correctly" in the new Dejah Thoris series, though I am more interested in a John Carter-centric series myself.