But what happened to #14?BTW., the list of attractions in #12 is just perfect:* The Clangers* Sigmund Freud* The General Synod
I am glad you asked. The Watchmen book, which wasn't about gaming, was billed as "An Aslan #14 production."Mr James Wallis kept his fanzine, Sound and Fury, going for a number of years after it ceased publication. I think issue #10 was a single page fanzine given away at conventions, issue #11 was printed on a tee-shirt, and issue #12 was a conceptual zine ("I thought about doing it").I hardly dare look, but I assume the General Synod had been talking about the Great Dungeons and Dragons Moral Panic.
Well, I can wish you'd included #14 in the video; but I'm sure there's little point in going back and adding it back in.I do love #14, by the way. I have gone back and re-read it many times, and I think "Watchmen contains the seeds of its own deconstruction" is one of my favourite lines in anything anywhere.
thank you....i will get around to writing something about the HBO TV series when I get a Round Tuit