Well, this issue turned out rather long! Next issue,
scheduled for release in April (I'm attempting to get back to the monthly
schedule after skipping February), should be even longer. We have a ton coming
out next month.
Another debut on the cover with art by M C Poirer, first of
all. And I'll have more reviews from Dan Century and Haydn Black. Writing
debuts from C.M. Plante, Ron Cecchini & Klaatu also. The continuing saga of
Gertie Goth from Brian Brewer, Legends - The First Five Years and the IDT
collection will go on as well. Julian Draven returns and tells us this time a
little bit about his dancing style
much to everyone's amusement I do
expect. And more.
See you next month, kiddies. After the Afterword this month
Brian Brewer would like to address you. See below.
Peace, love and all the trimmings (but NOT the
Open Letter to Legends Readers
by Brian Brewer
Well, here it is. I hope you enjoy it. Sorry it took so
long. All I can say by way of explanation is that if I had given you what I had
done before, you would have thought it to be crap, just like I did before I
tore it up.
Hope you like Gertie. I'm a bit in love with her myself, as
much as any creator loves his creation. Any questions, suggestions, complaints
(other than the tired old, "Hey Stoopid, get sum art lessons!") can be sent to
firstname.lastname@example.org. This initial episode is dedicated to Pan (surely one of the
more patient men I have met in my lifetime) and a.g.'s Necroangel, who's
net.goth picture provided the initial inspiration for Gertie's look.