Leon Arnott (l) says: After reading this episode, I have come to the conclusion that I love you.
Leon Arnott (l) says: Andrew Plotkin wrote you a song. With this in addition to Rachel Spitler being honourably mentioned in Adam Cadre's Little Lytton contest (as well as me - I'm the "Leon" who got third place), the Internet universes of webcomics and interactive fiction are dangerously close to colliding.
(Yes, almost as close as when Adam Cadre and J. Robinson Wheeler made their own mad science webcomic - which is both unrelentingly awesome and sadly defunct.)
Leon Arnott (l) says: P.S: Mr. T vs Donkey Kong.
Leon Arnott (l) says: Did I say that Adam Cadre's webcomic was sadly defunct? Because just now I've discovered that it might be making a comeback.
Metal Fatigue (metalfatigue) says: What is the tune? You never say.
Also: Who's maligning the Burton/Depp Charlie? I pity the fool messes with that movie!
Trisha Sebastian (trishalynn) says:
Ya know, every time I go through the archives, I almost always skip past this Sunday feature, because it's such a one-off. It really is a shame you couldn't think up enough "all your base" jokes.
And if you had managed to keep this going? LOLNarboniCats.
David Harmon (mental_mouse) says: I liked the "Crunchy Bits: 42¢"... We need more cheap crunchy bits.
Rachel S. (masamage) says:
I was going to say something about how awesome this usage of Mr. T is or how the filk makes me grin, but I think I just got mentioned in the same paragraph as Andrew Plotkin, so instead I think I'm going to go into extremely happy cardiac arrest. See you in the morning.
Michael Martin (mcmartin) says:
We've seen Interactive Fiction and Lolcats both mentioned at once, but no reference yet to Stephen Granade's winning of the Internet with <a href="http://granades.com/2007/05/02/loltrek/">LOLTrek</a>.
There also hasn't been any mention of Mark Sachs (of the webcomic A Miracle of Science) and his game <a href="http://wurb.com/if/game/2953">Star City</a>.
These flaws have now been corrected.
Stephen Granade (sgranade) says:
Waitasec, how many IF-related people are reading Narbonic anyway? You're here, Michael; Andrew's writing songs for Narbonic; we've got ties into Adam's Little Lytton contest.
Now's my chance to mention my Narbonic spotting in the wild. I was on the Evil Geniuses for a Better Tomorrow panel at Dragon*Con this last year. At one point, while taking questions from the audience, a woman stood up near the back of the hall. I squinted at the pink writing on her shirt and said, "Say, is that a Narbonic shirt?" And lo, it was.
BlackWolfe Coyoten (blackwolfe_coyoten) says: MetalFatigue: The song is "Pure Imagination." Here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZ-uV72pQKI Log In or Register to post a comment! It's free!
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