Date: January 05 2012 4:06 AM Title: Chapter 19
THose who dwell beyond the Fourth Wall.
Blue Falcon was Birdboy? What happened to his super powers? How did he acquire Radley Crown's name and wealth?
Seriously though, this ties up a lot of previous chapter threads well.
And to think that the Green Laxative pun came out of the chapters you spun of my Spectacular Spider-Man: 20/16 Hindsight yarn.
Particularly like the way Batman ends up shrunken with Josie to love him and Alexandra finally gets her man.
Author's Response: 1) I like to acknowledge the lurkers as well as the active reviewers. Who knows? Some of them might become fellow gts-authors in the very near future! 2) If ever I do a Blue Falcon pastiche @ Fanfiction.net, I'll reveal that Birdboy lost his powers through a combination of biochemical alteration (due to adolescence) and the strange disappearance of Birdman (who catalyzed the former's solar powers like the Golden Age Human Torch catalyzed Toro's pyrokinesis @ Marvel Comics). 3) Thank you; I consider that high praise, indeed. 4) As the Pussycats, themselves, might say; "Once you've had shrunk, there's no returning to hunk."
Date: November 29 2011 1:12 AM Title: Chapter 18
Amanda Waller is Valerie Pussycat's aunt? As well as using Impossibles villains as Task force X.
Great idea, and I see that my Scooby/Brady story has inspired you to end a chapter with a satirical song. Well done. (JATP are the obvious musical opportunity in your story to do that).
It occurs to me too that Red Claw and Ras Al Gul make a perfect match.
Author's Response: They do, indeed. In fact, I'm surprised the WB script writers never came up with that idea, themselves!
Date: October 15 2011 7:14 AM Title: Chapter 17
I like the expression "shrink-amagig".
Imagine "Ubu's Uzi". That'd have a ring to it.
And for Fero...oh that fans should suffer the shrinks and drabbles of outrageous gts.
Author's Response: Is this a curvaceous majorette's baton I see before me (white knob pointed toward my hand)?
Date: October 05 2011 4:52 AM Title: Chapter 16
Loved the Lesley Gore-larious response to my last review.
Maybe the movie of this story will be seen on Ubu-tube
Little league Baseball coach? I love it.
Author's Response: Thank you. It was inspired by my speculations as to what Andy Rooney (recently retired from 60 MINUTES) might say about the Dark Knight's portrayal in movies. Perhaps, something along the lines of: "If he coached Little League baseball, would the kids use Bat-bats?"
Date: October 03 2011 10:54 PM Title: Chapter 15
I think from the episode, he was called the TerriFYING Tapper.
Cue music; Cheyrl Ladd to sing:...
JOSIE AND THE PUSSYCATS,
ALL THERE, WITH SHRUNKEN BATS.
COME ALONG AND DIG THE PLOT:
JOSIE AND THE HOUSE OF COBBLEPOT.
Author's Response: "It's my pastiche, and I'll revise if I want to. Revise if I want to. Revise if I want to! You'd revise, too, if it occurred to you. Bop-bop-bop-bop-bop!"
Date: August 16 2011 2:22 AM Title: Chapter 14
How about that! Rima can command rats. What a novel idea. I wonder if that means the Mouse Man (a Wonder Woman villain used in an early Pixis yarn) would have to obey Rima.
The Riddler as a PI? Of course. He'd be good at it. Will Ventriloquist's Rhino meet the Spider-Man enemy of the same name?
Anyway I'm glad one of us still has the motivation to write.
Author's Response: Actually, I integrated the two "Rhinos" into what's known as a composite character. Just like the Batman in this story is a composite of the 1990's animated version voiced by Kevin Conroy, and the Filmation/"Superfriends" version originally voiced by Olan Soule'.
Date: June 19 2011 2:31 AM Title: Chapter 13
You should be writing for DC.
Author's Response: Believe it or not, I once sent them a "cold" (= unsought submission) manuscript. They returned it, several weeks later, saying it did not meet their needs, at that time. Over the ensuing twelve months, however, they began doing stories in BATMAN and other mags with "coincidentally similar" plot ideas.
Date: June 13 2011 1:56 AM Title: Chapter 11
Love the Mole Man / Journey to the Centre of the Earth tie-in. Actually Stan Lee claims that JTCOTE inspired his first Mole Man yarn.
Donna Parker? As in the Donna Parker of those girls adventure novels of decades past? She's a Green Lantern in your yarn, or is this a coincidence of names?
Author's Response: My e-mail to you should help explain everything.
Date: May 19 2011 4:29 AM Title: Chapter 10
Cue Pussycats playing and singing the Batman Theme.
Great idea to use the Impossibles' enemy the Terrifying Tapper. Wouldn't he it be great to see a chase through the phone wires with the Atom pursuing the Tapper?
Author's Response: That's why I used him! To amalgamate the usage of conditionally-paroled super-villains by Task Force X, with the Silver Age Atom's favorite mode of transportation (without actually having to depict the latter).
Date: April 16 2011 11:12 PM Title: Chapter 8
I think the high read count of this story is partly due to great use of Hanna-Barbera and DC etc characters, and also because of the great Talia/Robin vore scene, which would have pleased countless fans.
Congratulations on entertaining so many readers.
Author's Response: Thank you, Tim. For me, the usage of vore was a slowly-acquired taste. ;-)
Date: April 16 2011 5:41 PM Title: Chapter 8
How bizarre. It's like a mix of 60s Batman, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, and old Hanna-Barbera cartoons. Basically...the mind of Carycomic, so I guess I shouldn't be surprised. ;)
I hope Robin will be okay. That was awfully cruel, even for Talia.
Author's Response: Nice to hear from you, again, Sir P! Yes; this is basically a hodge-podge homage to some of my favorite cartoons, past and present. The Spidey/Zatanna interlude, for example, was partly inspired by the "Magic Malice" episode of the 1960's SPIDER-MAN cartoon produced by Krantz-Grantray Animation.
Date: April 16 2011 2:17 AM Title: Chapter 7
Looks like a Marvel/DC team-up in the offing.
Actually HB is the only cartoon company to adapt material from both comic publishers (Fantastic Four in 1967, Fred and Barney meet the Thing in 1979; and Super Friends through to Super Powers Team in 1973 -1985.)
Author's Response: You are 100% correct, sir. :-)
Date: April 15 2011 5:04 AM Title: Chapter 1
I've slightly spun off this story so far, to create TIMESCRIBE'S DOUBLE DRABBLES.
Hope you approve of the result, and if you don't, of course I can remove the reference to your story.
Author's Response: On the contrary! Imitation is always the sincerest form of flattery.
Date: April 12 2011 4:08 AM Title: Chapter 6
Bulged wider than an anime character. BWAHAHAHAHAHHA!
And can I congratulate you on your (or should I say Talia's) terrific vore of Robin.
Did you remember the Colossus of Rhodes in the recently released Young Samson cartoon? That's where I first learned about it, and this is an HB tale.
Play at the wedding. What a great idea!
I was glad Rima's short lived 70s comic led to two guest team ups with Batman & with Wonder Woman in the 1977 All New Superfriends Hour, and a 1981 Superfriends short with Wonder Woman and Aquaman and Rima, and now finally, a Carycomic appearance. I say again, this is the best story (on all counts: characters, plot, crossovers, and good soft clean giantess vore) I've read. Keep it coming.
Author's Response: Thank you. I deeply appreciate such high praise. Especially, as your prior reviews were inadvertently erased by the repairs Asukafan was forced to institute by that dung-for-brains hacker!