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griffin
17th October 2011, 05:19 PM
Issue 3 of our newsletter (http://www.toycollectors.com.au/newsletter/003/003.html) now had an official title, and 21 members.

Hursticon
30th October 2011, 11:42 PM
Hmm...
Certainly seems like Beast Wars was a cauldron of thought when it came to Genders and Transformers; funny how things have not greatly changed beyond a couple of Official Narratives challenging the subject. :D

Also, quite an intriguing and rather mature themed Fanfic by 'Andrew' - I liked the characterisation of the certain Decepticon Vehicle; the character's efforts to comprehend human thoughts, beliefs and customs was quite engaging and the results were quite pleasing to my... slightly Decepticon-bent sensibilities. ;):cool:

Oh, I thought I'd take the time to have a light-hearted crack at the 'Colouring-Puzzle':
(First bit of colouring in I've done in many, many a moon :p)

http://i1032.photobucket.com/albums/a409/Darkone666au/Crap/OTCA-COLOUR_PUZZLE_001.jpg

The clue to his name's Roman origin gave it away almost immediately. :D

5FDP
31st October 2011, 07:41 AM
Well done in being able to stay between the lines Hursti. I'm gonna print that off and stick it on the fridge :p

Bartrim
31st October 2011, 08:05 AM
Well done in being able to stay between the lines Hursti. I'm gonna print that off and stick it on the fridge :p

Lol

griffin
31st October 2011, 12:21 PM
For the tools I had at the time, I'm still amazed that it actually worked out as it was intended. I was only young at the time, and the newsletter was meant to be a fun thing for others to enjoy, kinda like the UK comics. It wasn't meant to be too serious, and I kept trying to think up different games that weren't too difficult, because not everyone in the club was an old time fan (and some were only young too).

Hursticon
31st October 2011, 10:11 PM
Well done in being able to stay between the lines Hursti. I'm gonna print that off and stick it on the fridge :p

LOL, thank you Uncle Death Punch. :p:D

For the tools I had at the time, I'm still amazed that it actually worked out as it was intended. I was only young at the time, and the newsletter was meant to be a fun thing for others to enjoy, kinda like the UK comics. It wasn't meant to be too serious, and I kept trying to think up different games that weren't too difficult, because not everyone in the club was an old time fan (and some were only young too).

I think it you did amazingly well man, especially for the time - The puzzles are a bit of harmless fun that I think is often missed/over looked these days but I guess it's always dependant on the target demographic and context i.e. on these Newsletters they worked but on the Collector's Club magazines? - well... ;):cool: