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January 22, 2005

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Jonathan Korman

You don't need an artist; you just need HeroMachine ... which has the power to prevent any productive work for at least a week. Hail Bluedar!

jholbo

Thanks, Jonathan! I actually tried HeroMachine but I couldn't find any overalls, damnit what kind of hero engine doesn't build overalls! But you are right to hail Bluedar.

marksteen

I think if you buy the upgrade for HeroMachine that you might find some overalls, but I'm not sure. I sure hope Bluedar gets vindicated, and follow Zoe's storyline with anticipation. Do we already have with Zoe a nascent case of bourgoisie fascination with the proletariat superhero?

jholbo

I think it's probably more of a Bob the Builder thing. Although I can't be sure.

Kip Manley

Hail Bluedar! ("Does whatever a Bluedar can...")

But: are there no scanners? Are there no digital cameras?

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