man i really wish they would do an episode about how pinkie pie really cant be friends with everybodyand how not everyone likes her >:[
Man, I hear that. I kept waiting for Cranky to find the Ponytown constabulary to report the dangerous stalker who was harassing him, followed by the Esquestian Court System granting him a Very Special Friendship Restraining Order.
I mentioned on Twitter that excepting Health Issues making such things unfeasible and the certainty that I would never actually make it to goal, I would love to get in on Kickstarter projects. In a later tweet, I mentioned Interviewing Leather as a possibility for that. Here’s pretty much the different stuff that comes to mind on it:
Interviewing Leather: Expand the story somewhat, hire illustrators and professional layout. Produce as a physical book and e-books via the various e-book places. A lot of people mentioned they wanted Dead Tree versions of this, but that was years ago. Still, this wouldn’t be hard to spin up on my end. Probably do fulfillment by Amazon for the majority of the hardcopy books.
Supporting Cast: If Leather did well, do one on the extended novel I have in mind — essentially Lois Lane at 40something, divorced once and heading for her second, trying to put some sense to her life with her Superman analogue and examine the so called ‘normal people’ on the fringes of superhero stories.
Malology: A mad science role playing game about mad scientists, their henchmen, and the abominations they have crafted. More Narbonic than Sons of Ether, really.
Mythology of the Modern World: Reformulate into essentially a Bulfinch’s Mythology only of the world outside.
The Ballad of Richard Less: Take the short novel I wrote for Superguy a couple of years back, do some reworking to make it more universal, present it as alternate history. I think this has major potential.
All good ideas, I think. And like I said, the only problems with them are complete inability to physically produce them right now, what with the health issues, and the pretty much certainty that I couldn’t get close to goal on any of them.
Still, it’s nice to pretend, sometimes, when you’re feeling blue.