Art by Alexthegardener
Amora the Enchantress and Queen Elsa.
It’s a crossover, sure, but I ship this so hard I will go down with it!
Only thing is, I need a ship name. Any suggestions?
“Are you REALLY a Legion fan? What are your favorite stories and characters? We’re just making sure that you’re joining the right group since sometimes we get requests from people who don’t even know who the LSH are! Thanks!”
— —an honest to Christ IM I got when I clicked on a link for a Legion of Superheroes discussion group on Facebook.
My response (after the cut):
30 minutes left! And everyone who pledges will get a “Walky Performs a Sex” PDF!
(if they want to download it, it won’t be like beamed into their brains or anything)
How much to have it beamed into our brains?
Anonymous said: Pratchett's daughter is going to be taking over the Discworld series as he will likely be unable to write in a few years. The earlier books tend to be better as he HEAVILY recycles plots and themes for the later novels. You also need to send your math texts to Cookie.
I had heard something along those lines. I haven’t read any of the new ones - the most recent one I’ve read, publishing-date-wise, was Night Watch. I’ve been bouncing around a little - started with a bunch of the City Watch stories, then some of the Death stories, rather than reading them by publication date.
Has his daughter written anything else? I’m not a big fan of the idea of a new author taking over a series. Could work, though! Discworld feels like more of a universe than a series - it’s not like somebody else writing the last two Song of Ice and Fire books, or something.
Also: good idea! Cookie, got any interest in a bunch of second-hand math books? ;)
Pratchett’s daughter, Rhiana, is a writer… for video games. She wrote the plot for last year’s Tomb Raider, as well as many others!