I AM REQUIRED TO WARN YOU, BY LAW:
The contents of The Luchazine 04 have been deemed hazardously sexy. A completely revamped art-style, cover art by TurboToaster, interviews/panel discussions with industry greats, as well as amazingly written content (unlike this sentence) are what await you in this issue. Certain brand new features have also been implemented (go on, click on the article names in the Table of Contents, I dare you!) while some old ones have returned (stalk your favourite writers and artists by clicking on their names on the Contributors page). There are a bunch of obviously clickable items, but some hidden goodies too!
All in all, this issue of The Luchazine has brought about some major changes that we are extremely proud of. Let us know what you think, and how you feel about it all. Also, feel free to get your liking on via The Luchazine’s Facebook page.
I’d like to give a huge shout-out to everybody involved in the making of this issue, and would like to thank the readers for their support as well. Anybody else interested in getting involved should keep their eyes peeled on this thread and the off topic forum for when we start recruiting again.
Finally, before I leave you alone, I’d like to point you in the general direction of The Luchacast #4. That’s right, we have an “award-winning” podcast now. It has won awards you know.
We hope you thoroughly enjoy this issue and look forward to seeing your feedback!
P.S. We’ve noticed a strange glitch on the Letter from Above. Sometimes, the hyperlinked items are not clickable. If the PDF is acting up for you, you can find the two hyperlinked items here (Brian Wood Memorial Trust) and here (iTunes) respectively. Also, due to a disgusting mistake that got caught just now, the Defend Your Game article that appears in the issue is only the first draft. You can read the final version of it here. We apologize for this error and will ensure it doesn’t happen again. Also, please note that buzz_clik is not included in the credits list because his awesome contributions came at the very last possible moment, and there was no time for the list to get edited.
Massive props to pepsicolagirl & boy for figuring out the PDF problems. Here's the embedded version. Note: If you're seeing white bars on the pages, hit the link to take you to Scribd, and you shouldn't see them when there. Also, if a page does not appear on your computer, hit full screen and it will be there. Its a known glitch on scribd.