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    Hi I'm fan of the Lady Mechanika comic and world setting, it's a Steam-Punk setting. Now I would to to my own Steam-Punk comic about Victorian Criminal Mastermind an Emperor of the Night,



    I would like to crossover my comic with this one, but I can't get the replies to my E-Mail to Lady Mechanika creator and since the first series take place in 1878 is late Victorian Era with the reforms start to become reality.



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    Yeah, you need to make youre comic and have it be a success first before any other established creator would be willing to take the risk of crossing over with the as yet non-existent comic of a random stranger on the internet.

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    well that's true, but I need to contact him via an E-Mail that he would reply to me. If you have read the series he makes the mistake about the British Empire calling it British Commonwealth,


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    Quote Originally Posted by lwhitehead View Post
    well that's true, but I need to contact him via an E-Mail that he would reply to me. If you have read the series he makes the mistake about the British Empire calling it British Commonwealth
    Why is that a "mistake"?

    It's not set in the factual world, is it?

    And "British Commonwealth" is a legitimate term:

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    for 1878 it's in Britian in the timeframe it the Birtish Empire, I'm flexable both ways it's just when one has a habbit for getting the details for Writing one keeps an eye of these things. The second series introduced Snake people and Yetis,


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    Quote Originally Posted by lwhitehead View Post
    for 1878 it's in Britian in the timeframe it the Birtish Empire, I'm flexable both ways . . .
    So, it's not really a "mistake".

    And, by the way, I'm not sure if the English language is your primary one, but if
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    one has a habbit for getting the details for Writing one keeps an eye of these things.
    then keeping an eye on spelling and grammar may also help (or at least proof-reading what is posted).

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    (I can't find were the spell checker is on this forum),


    It looks more like Alt History to me, which I'm ok as well.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lwhitehead View Post
    (I can't find were the spell checker is on this forum),
    Maybe it's my computer, but I get squiggly red lines under things that appear to the system to be spelled wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lwhitehead View Post
    (I can't find were the spell checker is on this forum),


    It looks more like Alt History to me, which I'm ok as well.


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    If it's an alternate history story (which it kind of has to be, what with the steampunk and all), then any discrepancy between reality and the fiction is acceptable.

    As for spelling, if the forum doesn't underline your errors (it does for me), then consider typing it in Word first? The forum is one thing; we can probably forgive grammar mistakes, but if you're sending emails to creators seeking collaboration that are filled with errors, your messages will likely be deleted.

    As for Lady Mechanika, I picked up the FCBD issue and I loved it. Will almost certainly be reading more of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taral-DLOS View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by lwhitehead View Post
    (I can't find were the spell checker is on this forum),
    As for spelling, if the forum doesn't underline your errors (it does for me), then consider typing it in Word first? The forum is one thing; we can probably forgive grammar mistakes, but if you're sending emails to creators seeking collaboration that are filled with errors, your messages will likely be deleted.
    Did Hemingway have a spell checker?
    Did Fitzgerald?
    What about Charles Dickens?
    William Shakespeare?
    Homer? (No, not Homer Simpson . . . )

    People sometimes seem so spoiled by computers and their programs.

    When I was a kid, we didn't even have an electric typewriter in my house, though we did have an old manual one. And when I learned how to type (not "keyboard") in high school, they also had manual typewriters. (Electric were probably too expensive to have enough good working ones for an entire class.)

    And when I stared college, beginning programs for computer users used . . . punch cards!


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    I'm trying not to picky about History but the Commonwealth in Britian came only Two Times in History the First under Cromwell and the other during 1935,


    I was hoping that Lady Mechanika was original Steam Punk setting like Lantern City, but it's Alt History I'm fine with that as well.

    (on the subject of Writing I would need the services of very good Editor then),

    LW

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    Hi I've had quite a few replies from Joe Via his Facebook page.
    Seems like he checks it regularly.

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    I don't use Facebook due to the simple fact I can't figure it out,


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    Well since he has shown Mexico City, how about the Pinkerton Files. about USA in this setting.


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    Anybody know when LADY MECHANIKA: CLOCKWORK ASSASSIN #3 will be out?
    Last I remember it was scheduled to be released this Wednesday (September 27th), but recently Previewsworld had the date as "In Shops: Dec 27, 2017".


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