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    Chapter 9 Part 1 - The Place where Evil dwells

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    <strong>9.1</strong>
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    Many thanks to you for being so appreciative! I'm...

    Many thanks to you for being so appreciative! I'm delighted that you like it so much - and I really hope that the next chapters live up to your enjoyment of the first four. It's very kind of you to...
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    You sound like a very active chap! I really...

    You sound like a very active chap! I really enjoy the outdoors, too - and especially the high mountains (and they don't come much higher than the Alps!)

    Welcome to the Org. I hope you will have...
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    Thanks, H-M54; that's really kind of you. I do...

    Thanks, H-M54; that's really kind of you. I do appreciate the comment - it makes a big difference to know that one's efforts are being well recieved.

    I shall try to maintain a suitable standard...
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    Thank-you; very much appreciated. And you are...

    Thank-you; very much appreciated.
    And you are absolutely right; the elements of classic Stockholm Syndrome are all present in this strange and shifting relationship between hero and captor; and...
  6. Why thank-you: I did think it important to draw a...

    Why thank-you: I did think it important to draw a distinction between judging the work of amateurs and judging that of professionals. If money changes hands then criticism is entirely legitimate;...
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  8. There is a world of difference between judging...

    There is a world of difference between judging the work of amateurs and that of professionals; the most obvious aspect of this is the answer to the question: does money change hands?

    If it does -...
  9. Queen Veena, please.

    Queen Veena, please.
  10. I don't know if you counted me in the overall...

    I don't know if you counted me in the overall number - but I have to say that, while Despara is the only new design I like even vaguely, I really don't like it enough to want one!
    The rest are...
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    I like this; the composition is interesting in...

    I like this; the composition is interesting in its perspective - and the colours are vibrant and arresting.
    I also admire the details - the combat damage to her pauldron - and the flight of...
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    Well - you may be right; I let the artist read...

    Well - you may be right; I let the artist read the tale and come out with her own interpretation and didn't interfere. He does look a little less - dominant - than the average rendition of H-M, true....
  13. I'm with Prahvus - and Karg - and Mern-Ra. And,...

    I'm with Prahvus - and Karg - and Mern-Ra. And, no doubt, a whole lot of others.

    There's only Despara - at all - of any merit. And that not much. The rest of the designs are grotesquely awful -...
  14. Without making any reference to the heated debate...

    Without making any reference to the heated debate on the merits of NA either one way or another, one thing of what you say here strikes me particularly.

    If one replaces the words 'stories' and...
  15. The shallow plot contrivance in the first 6-part...

    The shallow plot contrivance in the first 6-part series was, without doubt, much to blame for the disgraceful debacle which has since resulted. It was pathetically weak plotting in the extreme - a...
  16.  MOTU   Sorry, your Hexcellency - I somehow missed this. ...

    Sorry, your Hexcellency - I somehow missed this.

    I'm British and was brought-up there (though I lived two years in Boston MA in my early twenties.) I first saw it in one of our national daily...
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    I think, sir, that you summarise the nature of...

    I think, sir, that you summarise the nature of the problem rather well; there's little evidence to support belief in the existence of a large teenage audience of MotU comic buyers - so why alienate a...
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    Exactly:"the systematic dismantling of He-Man's...

    Exactly:"the systematic dismantling of He-Man's psyche" is just what Lyn is about here - and she is very skilled in carrying it out. And he appears defenceless at this stage having been turned...
  19.  MOTU   Thanks, Jukka; I wasn't aware that this was...

    Thanks, Jukka; I wasn't aware that this was already posted (at least in one version) on the Org. Decent of you to point it out to me.

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    Thanks, Monteeg; I notice though,...
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    Thanks, Alex - I'm really pleased that you are...

    Thanks, Alex - I'm really pleased that you are still enjoying this rather unusual look at the Eternian mythos; many thanks for your comment, which is much appreciated.

    Our hero has indeed...
  21.  MOTU   This is great to see, sir - many thanks for...

    This is great to see, sir - many thanks for showing it to us. I remember seeing these cartoons in English in the newspapers when I was a kid.

    Might it be possible to see the rest of this one - the...
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    Thanks, man; this ridiculous new He-Man look...

    Thanks, man; this ridiculous new He-Man look can't be dropped quickly enough for me - it's a complete disaster!

    Glad that you agree!
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    Great - because the new (supposed) He-Man outfit...

    Great - because the new (supposed) He-Man outfit is - without doubt - the absolute worst example of *someone* putting their inflated ego ahead of common sense that I've come across in a long, long...
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    Maxx, are you only riffing on the...

    Maxx,

    are you only riffing on the oh-so-deserving Skeletor-like disaster here - or will you lay into the equally ripe for scorn He-Man rompersuit as well?

    Because, if not the latter option,...
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    It is good to see that you have returned to this....

    It is good to see that you have returned to this. I look forward to reading more.

    The plot looks intriguing, too; while I was never much of a fan of the whole Primus episode (far too contrived for...
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    "Have a nice day." Why, thank-you, Maxx; but I...

    "Have a nice day."

    Why, thank-you, Maxx; but I have other plans.........
  27. I just think that it's a terribly sad reflection...

    I just think that it's a terribly sad reflection on the poverty of effort invested in these comics that you, one of their foremost and most consistent supporters (which I respect entirely) feels that...
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    Nor yet me; pseudo-He-Man's rompersuit is pants...

    Nor yet me; pseudo-He-Man's rompersuit is pants (literally...) and the creature recently purporting to be Skeletor looks like the demon king in a cheap off-season pantomime.

    When can we have the...
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    Chapter Eight: Harm and Healing

    Chapter Eight: Harm and Healing



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  30. I largely agree with your post; if this is what...

    I largely agree with your post; if this is what you want from a MotU comic ( "I'm not looking for high brow art and inciteful literature. I have the Walking Dead to stimulatemy incite into the human...
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