Editor's Notes

StoolWell, I’m late in putting this issue together. But after issue 72, with its double size and excellent articles, I hope you can forgive me. As I’ve been getting over a rather bad flu-type pneumoniatic thingee (or something), it’s only recently that I’ve been able to actually perform some decent work. So finally I sat down to put together Legends No. 73 (following a rigorous workout in Moto Racer). It’s going to be a rather short issue kids. Those of you that read No. 72 already knew that. With the cash I had to shell out to double size 72, get extra copies and then trek down to Boston (where it all became worth it), I’m cutting back the next few to sizes I can cope with and not go broke.

This issue I have the conclusion to Rachel Pollock’s story, “Saint Lucy,” which from some of the informal feedback I’ve gotten was highly enjoyed. I loved the way she ended her story and I’m sure you all will as well.

Also, this month we have Derek McDonald’s continuing series of “The Polishing of Metal.” This month Derek present’s an as of yet incomplete Heavy Metal dictionary.

In addition, a few reprints I pulled in because I enjoyed them myself and thought some of you might as well. I’ve included articles from two of my favorite columnists; Robert Fulghum and Dave Barry. And an anonymous reprint of something that floated into my e-mail box that made me laugh hard; “The Top 100 Things I’d Do If I Ever Became an Evil Overlord.”

Enjoy this short issue folks. I’ll keep putting them out if you keep reading.

Peace, love and all the trimmings…

Marcus Pan
November 5, 1997 @ 12:21AM