I think we was a big part of his military life on board the TCS Victory, he was after all on the first "voyage" of the ship. Then after the T-Bomb on Kilrah he was promoted, that one wqy to say it, to capitan of the TCS Lexington. What happen to him after the BW problems is unkwnon... but he was going to be the Capitan of the TCS Midway but since Bernard died that was change.
But unfourtunately people don't have ships named after them until they are dead (usually) so that means that the character is considered dead as well as the actor (that means that if WC ever goes to CGI they can't put him in... Though that isn't a HUGE problem)
Eisen was one of the best characters in the WC universe (after Blair and maybe Maniac... oh and maybe Iceman
CAG of the Blacklance HQ
"Canadian and proud of it"-TC
To further explain why I can't truly express what I mean, I shall add this thought:
IMO, to over emphasize one's contribution to society (*Example: Halman, "It's so sad he died, he was the greatest author the world shall ever know and a great treasure of mankind has been lost. He was a great man and could reach into the inner recesses of the soul through his work." -On the death of Andrew Keith*) serves to belittle their contribution. That is why I rarely say much in these matters, and why I rarely speak well when I do.
Hats off to the new-age hairstyle made of bones,
Hats off to the use of hats as megaphones...
[This message has been edited by Frosty (edited January 11, 2000).]