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I asked Jonathan Towne for permission to use his character Titus, and Jeff Wells for permission to use his character Ginny (who appears briefly near the end of this storyline) way back at the first Narbonicon. I really enjoyed their characters' personalities and give-and-take. I hope I did them justice, especially Titus, who's a great cranky henchman guy.

I really was playing a lot of "Donkey Kong Country" around this time.

So It Begins (soitbegins) says: I need to replay DKC. I've beaten DKC2 and 3 twice.
Jeffrey Channing Wells (channing) says: It was, and still is, so very flattering to see Ginny in action in the canonical strip. Now that we've officially let the gerbil cat out of the bag over at Skin Horse, I can finally say things like, "I hope we see more of her in Skin Horse."
David Harmon (mental_mouse) says: What ever happened to the Narbonic RPG? I never did see more than a few fragments of rules. I still think Risus would be a pretty good base, arguably better than the Amber-style rules.
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:

How am I supposed to write a filk about Titus?  Aside from the fact that I just used the melody to "Macavity" at Skin Horse today, what the heck rhymes with "Misanthropie"?

Misanthropie, Misanthropie, there's no one like Misanthropie,
Regenerating kneecaps, he defies the laws of entropy ...

... maybe not ...

Wayne (wayne) says:

Hey, Ed, if Weird Al can put midichlorians in a song, it can be done.

Kay Gilbert (kaygilbert) says:

Ed: lycanthropy, the man for me . . . 

Jon Stout (brasswatchman) says: Titus and Ginny are pretty awesome characters. @Ed - can you rhyme anything off of "Titus"?
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