Hey, I'm Epicenter. This place was a long time in coming! I've been documenting Cheetahmen / Action 52 on my site, Epic Gaming (http://host.xen-tech.com/epicgaming) for quite awhile now and am always trying to compile more information. I'm glad to finally find a forum about this!
Anyway, TRM I believe stated that he had the opportunity to converse with an employee of Active Enterprises. It would be absolutely amazing if you could arrange an interview, or provide contact information to me so I could arrange one, for Epic Gaming.
Of course, to make it SEEM like I really loved their games, I'd keep the interview 100% objective, act like a devoted fan, and then give them the URL to the interview posted on a fake Action 52 / Cheetahmen Fan Site, with no info about the REAL site. Hey, it worked for Wisdom Tree (posting interview before this weekend along with a huge batch of other updates.)
Oh, BTW, if anyone would like to read it -- I've obtained a full, high-res color scan of the first Cheetahmen Comic Book included with Action 52. It is on Epic Gaming, in the Console Section under the Action 52 heading. Enjoy.
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Check out the message sent on the Digital Press forums. As I had stated earlier (and I believe that Andrew will agree), we aren't going to provide any contact information or anything until we get our interviews completed, and our articles done.
Post by MikeSanders on Oct 17, 2003 1:34:38 GMT -6
Who all have you been able to contact thus far?
I don't think this is supposed to be a secret since it was stated straight up on the GameFAQs boards, but Dave [TRM} is talking to Raul Gomila.
We've also contacted some guys from FarSight [creators of the Genesis game] that have been far less interesting so far.
Also, the scans on your page of the comic book, while not as large as the ones on our page seem to look cleaner as if they came from a better scanner. Any chance you might be able to get Johan79 to provide larger scans in high quality that can then enter circulation? I realize that it would likely end up being in the three-four MB range, but really, really, good scans of the comic would be the greatest thing since sliced bread and tuna fish gently glazed and roasted over an open fire in the deserts of Omaha, Nebraska.