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  1. Have taken the plunge and begun voice training! Can I get a W? :D

    1. 4EverGreen


      Hope it goes well for you! :D

  2. After about 2-3 days of being sick, I am now 99.99% better.

    1. Jjs Goodman

      Jjs Goodman

      I feel completely recharged!

  3. I don't care who the IRS sends, I am NOT paying taxes!

  4. "The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill" has "summer camp singalong" vibes.


  6. tbh, I wanna do something paganism (or spirituality more generally) related on here similar to @HawkbitAlpha's political dissertations.

    What would genuinely interest you?

    (note that because religion is one of those "hot button" topics, I will very likely have to keep it within the Squidward's House subforum, if not create an "invite-only" group if those who might be interested in such want it)

  7. "Can't Stand the Rezillos" has become one of my new fave albums as of late.

  8. I said I was the cops

    And your husband's in jail

    The state looks down on sodomy

  9. I wanna do a top 11 power pop albums thread

    1. 4EverGreen


      You're perfectly free to do that if you want. I recommend putting it in the music section, since that is where it will be the most topical.

  10. So, after a LOONG unintended schedule slip, I am going to get back to work on Supreme: The Ivory Icon by setting up a proper schedule of release:  every 2 weeks on Saturday, starting on the 17th.

  11. OK, so I made a slight "Orwellian Retcon" to the first episode of Supreme: The Ivory Icon due to changing plot developments - initially the character of Professor Night was intended to be fictional, with his role as the actual Batman expy taken by Big Bang Comics' Knight Watchman. Now, though, it's the other way around; arguably this changes absolutely nothing, since it doesn't ruin my overall plans for said Batman expy, but it'll avoid the late realization and subsequent headache I would've had in regards to the first major storyline of "Supreme: The Ivory Icon".

  12. Rereading Alan Moore's run on Supreme in preparation for Supreme: The Ivory Icon.

    Honestly, I think this is arguably the work that's given me my creative spark back, and after the arguable "Creator Breakdown" that was the vast majority of PR: MVF season 2, I'm hoping this will act as my "creator recovery" so to speak.

  13. So after years of struggling with my identity, I've officially decided to come out as a genderfluid trans girl.

    Hi. My name's Rebel. What's yours?

    1. HawkbitAlpha


      The Great and Powerful TRRRRRRIXIE!

  14. OK, so I'm SERIOUSLY getting angry at myself w/ how Supreme: The Ivory Icon has been in development hell for 2 months almost

    1. 4EverGreen


      I'm also amazed (in a weird, sort of way), just how much music can FIT onto a 60.7 Gigabit Flash Drive! You would THINK that there couldn't POSSIBLY be that much music in the world that could fill it, and yet, I've already used up MORE than 44.4 Gigabits of it! If it weren't for the fact that I kind of NEED to put music onto my flash drive (being a Radio D.J.), I would be so MUCH more busy and able to write! What's interesting, is that I LITERALLY just looked up what a "Catch 22 Dilemma" is on TV Tropes. I would say it's probably not THAT severe for me, but definitely in the ball park. Enough said!

    2. Steel Sponge

      Steel Sponge

      you think that's bad, Lois, MLP had already began transitioning to G5 while I still had Trinity Leaf Pegasus in development for 10 years.

  15. Haven't been feeling too well lately

    1. 4EverGreen


      That sucks; I'm not in a position to feel secure about MY health, either. The county in which I live in, Covid-19 Omicron cases have jumped up 2,000 since last month! I mean, I'm feeling healthy, and so is my girlfriend, thankfully! But needless to say, the only way I'm going to feel REALLY comfortable touching someone else, is with a...39 and a half foot pole!

  16. SBC, look, I got an award!


    1. Jjs Goodman

      Jjs Goodman

      Island, I got an award!

  17. Kind of a hot take, but I agree with Alan Moore that "The Killing Joke" is not a very good story (and arguably has done more harm to the character of the Joker than good - namely in cementing his "crazy serial killer" incarnation as the default personality and making him so "iconic" to the point of overuse)

    1. 4EverGreen


      I personally thought the story was fine (controversial story elements not withstanding), but I can understand your perspective. If anything 'Good', can be said for "The Killing Joke", is that it was the comic book that inspired Mark Hamill to audition for The Joker in the 1989 movie version of "Batman", and eventually get to play him, during "Batman: The Animated Series".

    2. Rebel the Wolfgirl

      Rebel the Wolfgirl

      @Orlando BloomThat's true - it also gave us "The Dark Knight" and "Joker" films.

  18. Ayyyyyyy, teenj! Long time no see!

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    2. TJ


      Absolutely go for it. I think superhero stories, stripped down to their basis, are so universal in their themes and nothing encapsulates that more than the Silver Age.

    3. Rebel the Wolfgirl

      Rebel the Wolfgirl

      Weird question, but you wanna see what I got for the first episode?

    4. TJ


      Sure man, definitely PM me

  19. Hello, sea creatures!

    I bring you greetings from Apple World!

  20. can I offer you a rum ham in this trying time?

    1. 4EverGreen


      As long as you're not offering RED RUM, I think everyone will be fine! (Imaginary Bonus Points if you know which 1980 movie I'm referencing!)

    2. Danny DeVito

      Danny DeVito

      thank you good sir

  21. something I realized: SBC hasn't had any significant superhero lit stuff since teenj

    1. Steel Sponge

      Steel Sponge

      I got Rebirth of a Storm, but it's not a 'Lit' so I don't think it meets those qualifications.

    2. 4EverGreen


      Technically, ANYTHING could qualify as a lit as long as it is in written form.

  22. OK, so I wanna apologize for the delay in Supreme: The Ivory Icon's first episode releasing; for some reason I haven't been able to focus. Should be out by either later this week or next week.

    On another note I'll be doing something special to tie into this lit: a monthly issue-by issue review of Alan Moore's run on Supreme, which lasted 22 issues (23 if you count the fanmade Issue #64, which I personally do).

  23. Honestly, I'd argue that Supreme: The Ivory Icon is...basically an apology for PR: MVF's second season, in the same way Moore's Supreme run was basically his apology for his '80s work, especially Watchmen.

    1. 4EverGreen


      I personally liked "Watchmen" as an interesting deconstruction of various superhero genre tropes...although I DO find it interesting that the only adaptation of "Watchmen" (besides the actual graphic novel) that Alan Moore DOES approve of, is the INTENTIONALLY badly made, late 1980's animated series version, which takes SEVERAL liberties with it's story source!

    2. Rebel the Wolfgirl

      Rebel the Wolfgirl

      Watchmen is honestly the only superhero deconstruction I like for one reason: it's still idealistic in the end, but not an optimistic story. And in the end, it's still very much a superhero story (especially with Rorschach still sticking to his uncompromising views in spite of the fact that up until then, doing so was shown to be a bad thing for him).

    3. 4EverGreen


      No arguments there.

  24. I'm honestly glad I returned to SBC and decided to start working on a lit again, I haven't felt this creatively invigorated in a while

  25. Tricky Dick's got some lick to smoke, so prop me up if you please~

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