Talk:Young Heroes in Love
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What I Did
Most of the links for the individual team members went to entirely other articles or in Frostbite's case, went right back to here. So I nuetralized the links for now (and added the One Millionth info)
Lots42 21:04, 6 June 2007 (UTC)
- Alive 1,000,000 issues later amounts to something like 80,000 (plus a bit) years, not 853,000..unless I'm missing something? Darquis 00:55, 22 October 2007 (UTC)
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Would be nice to get some reviews, I suppose Wizard magazine from 1997 would be place to look.
Despite being tagged as WikiProject LGBT the article doesn't contain any LGBT information, the individual pages for Monstergirl and Off-Ramp do contain some in-universe character information but no third party information discussing the sexuality of the heroes.
I found a restrospective review written in 2011 but the author doesn't want to give away too much. I was interested to note that is not Superman but Electric Blue Superman that makes an appearance (sources below say issues #3/#4). They also meet Scarecrow (issue #8).
After further searching I found some deadlinks but the Wayback Machine came to the rescue:
- Steve Johnson (1997-09-19). "The New Super Friends". Another Universe. Archived from the original on 1999-1124.
- Steve Johnson (1997-09-19). "Dan Raspler interview". Another Universe. Archived from the original on 1999-1124.
The interviewer says the title comes from Young Doctors in Love itself a spoof of soap operas.
- Dead link for the Mania's Interview with Dev and Dan and it is possibly available from the web archive although I cannot seem to access it at the moment, the first archive link is unavailable and the second redirects to an apparently unrelated page from Cinescope Comics
- Tom Zjaba. "We talk with Dan Raspler". Tomorrow's Heroes. Archived from the original on 19991114.
The links are formatted using citation templates (and archive urls) to make it easier for any editor ready to copy them into the article. (Making a pleasant change the last link isn't actually dead but I've included an archiveurl anyhow just in case.) -- Horkana (talk) 19:29, 7 February 2011 (UTC)