Feel free to use the chat room anytime you want, but remember that you
may feel quite lonely in it except during scheduled events. I reserved this
chat room from Talk City
in order to have regularly scheduled chats with creators.
|Upcoming Chats include:
February 2, 1999, 9:00 pm EST -- Dan Jurgens, writer of Superman, Teen
February 17, 1999, 8:00 pm EST -- Phil Jimenez, penciller on JLA/Titans,
writer/penciller on Tempest AND Devin Grayson, writer of Titans, Catwoman
|Upcoming Creator Chat guests will include:
Karl Kessel (writer, Superboy)
Jerry Ordway (writer, Power of Shazam)
|I'm also looking into the possibility of using the chat rooms for
weekly or bi-weekly topical chats as well. Some of the topics I'm looking
Young heroes of DC chat
DC-oriented websites webmasters chat (to help us all keep in touch)
So you wanna be a comic book writer/artist chat
To make these chats work, I'll need some people who can agree to host
them regularly since I can't obviously be online for all of them. If you're
interested in hosting one of the ones listed above or you have other ideas
for chats, let me know.
(NOTE: I've found that the AOL browser for Windows 3.1 doesn't work
with the EZTalk Web. If you're using AOL for Windows 3.1, you will
want to either download
Internet Explorer or
Netscape Navigator or
try option #4 below.)
To enter the chat:
1. Enter all the info requested. (If you would like to reserve
a permanent Talk City username and password, use the Talk City link above
to request one.)
2. Choose the chat method you would like to use.
EZ Talk Pro is the full-featured, java-based
EZ Talk Lite is the faster-loading,
not as full-featured, java-based
EZ Talk Web is the html-based chat
for those without java-compatible browsers.
3. Press the "Start Chatting" button.
4. Use your existing IRC client to go to chat.talkcity.com, then enter
the chat room called #DCung.
Van Sciver (10/28/98)