The market for Internet-related initial public offerings, rocked by last week's pullback in Net stocks, looked robust as ever Thursday:
* EToys Inc. of Santa Monica, which sells toys and games online, filed revised plans for an IPO--two days after postponing the stock sale because of a planned merger with BabyCenter Inc. The quick filing suggests that the EToys sale could return to the IPO calendar soon, while demand for Net offerings remains strong.
* Another Santa Monica-based Web site, Launch Media Inc., which features new music, sold 3.4 million shares at $22 each in its IPO after lead underwriter Hambrecht & Quist raised the price from the original $12 to $14. The stock will begin trading today on Nasdaq under the symbol LAUN.
* Shares of Log On America, a regional Net service provider in Providence, R.I., more than tripled in their first trading day--the fifth-best stock debut ever. The stock was offered at $10 a share and rocketed to $35 on Nasdaq. The symbol is LOAX.