Ash Can Copy: The famous #0 issue is technically a prototype of the ILR's invasion to Derzon, but without named characters (or Erma included) and a short history named "Bad Rubber" who is a furry parody of Blade Runner.
Author Existence Failure: Or more precisely, Author's Wife Existence Failure since the author cancelled the comic for good after his wife died of cancer. However, since joining FurAffinity recently, he's been so flattered by the effusive praise he's gotten that he's giving the idea of reviving the series some thought.
Channel Hop: Of the publisher type: For many unexplained reasons, possibly related with Schedule Slip the author is well known, Albedo has being published by many companies on its three-decade run: First in Thoughts & Images (80s), later with Antarctic Press (later 80s until 1997), and finally with the defunct Shanda Fantasy Arts in the 2000s on only two single issues. Gallacci stated the revival of the story will be published on Radio Comix's website, along with Birthright, who was originally published by Fantagraphics in the 80s.
What Could Have Been: In the case you didn't get the rant the author does in the first issue of the Shanda Fantasy Arts version of the comic at the end of it in 2004, here's the whole story: SFA originally planned to write a crossover between Albedo with Katmandu, one of their main franchises, who was also planned as an "ending" of sorts for Albedo, without Steven Gallacci's permission. That crossover planned to do the following: Solving all the remaining loose ties regarding with the Creators, giving Tavas Ikalik the punishment he deserved for letting the ILR bomb Erma's homeworld and killing her boyfriend, giving Erma another lover, who was an human being and creating another, unrelated enemy, named the Zorion Empire, an empire made of human cyborgs who are using the technology from the Creators from the past, who are trying to conquest both the ILR, Enchawah, EDF and the Katmandu's home planet. Needless to say, Gallacci was pissed off of this, since the whole idea clashed with many aspect of the established canon, but rather than sue them, he decided to continuing to comic after a long hiatus, and included a short rant comic as a big Take That against SFA and also against anybody who tries to mess with the canon of the comic by other means.
Regarding Birthright, originally Gallacci planned to finish the story in a Kill 'em All situation at the end of the first arc of the story, but he changed his mind.
Also, according with an interview he did in the 80s and also in the prototype issue, Gallacci planned to include Mobile Suit-like giant robots, but decided no to include them due to being too unrealistic for the setting. Oddly enough, the prototype mecha looked like a furry-shaped version of the original RX-78-2 Gundam.
While we don't know how serious he was on this, Gallacci was toying with the idea of an animated adaptation, but nothing come about this. He did even suggested the voice cast: Gallacci suggested Patrick Stewart as the voice of Itzak Arratnote Keep in mind he suggested this at the end of the 80s, when Stewart was younger and when he was still playing Capt. Picard in the pike of the show's popularity. and for the titular heroine, his suggested voice actress was Claudia Christian (aka Susan Ivanova).
Word of God: Oh boy, if you though Masaki Kajishima, the creator of Tenchi Muyo!, was bad on this, Gallacci managed to outdo him: Basically, all the information regarding how the Albedo universe works, outside of what is already published in the comic on-story, normally can be found from the following sources:
From the liner notes that came at the beginning and at the end of the comic.
From the Refractions anthology, a trilogy of hard-to-find magazines, which includes lots of information about the story of the setting, about the Creators, and some info about Erma's childhood.
From Usernet newsgroups previous to the existence of the WWW in the 80s.
From side-stories published in other anthologies besides Albedo.
From very obscure interviews Gallacci did in the past in many magazines and websites.
From info Gallacci himself gave in conventions. One very obscure but important trivia he mentioned in a con regarding one of the characters not mentioned anywhere (In this case, it involves Col. Onni Hitzok) is the fact he's already married, and Dea, his actual girlfriend, is his concubine.