META: On mancation

Best bud and "Friend of HeroMachine" John Hartwell is in town and we're headed up to Telluride today through Friday for unplugged Mancation time. That means I'll have very limited Internet access, so your moderated comments will be more delayed than usual until I can get to a wi-fi spot to check in via the iTouch. I've also got our regularly scheduled features queued up and ready to go so it'll be like I'm still here.

Be good to each other!

10 Responses to META: On mancation

  1. Hammerknight says:

    Have a great time.

  2. Myro says:

    Have fun Jeff. We’ll make sure not to burn the house down while you’re gone.

  3. MartianBlue says:

    Have a good time J&J.

    Just a general discussion starter

    I was thinking the other day about what types of new contests could be fun?

    A story driven one would be great, Jeff would place a topic and you could go from there, but would deffinetly require some major limitations.

  4. Joshua says:

    Jeff, have a good ‘un.

  5. Zaheelee says:

    Have a good Mancation! And don’t worry, I’m sure we are all capable of playing nice in the sandbox.


  6. Trekkie says:

    Hope you have a good time Jeff.

    Also, we promise not to break anything.

  7. Niall Mor says:

    @MartianBlue #3: I’d like to see a contest where people design a team of supers with common elements such as common colors and a team logo–something like X-Men or Green Lantern Corps or the Fantastic Four. The costumes don’t have to be identical–in fact it would probably be more interesting if they weren’t–but we should all be able to tell these characters are on the same team.

  8. Zaheelee says:

    @Niall Mor (7): Good idea! I would love to tackle a team shot!

  9. MartianBlue says:

    Hang in there Niall(7) and Zaheelee(8) such a contest could be just around the corner 😉

  10. X-stacy says:

    In the category of multiples, I’d like to see a hero/archnemesis contest. You know, Captain America/Red Skull. Superman/Lex Luthor. Batman/Joker. Fanboy/Strawman.

    How do you know what your hero is about if you don’t know what he fights, after all?