@decoyelite: Whoah , Whoah , Whoah , Whoah , Whoah , and for the last time I don't take drugs .
Well, looking at your post history, I notice that the vast majority of your topics are about crossovers between different properties. There are a few reasons why those topics don't really function as lively discussion:
1. Many readers who have been able to experience inter-property crossovers in the past have been dissatisfied with them. Aside from the logistics of publishing the book/game/cartoon involved in the crossover (division of profits, production responsibilities, licensing, etc), the main problem with crossovers it that they are written with inherent compromise. No one wants to see their intellectual property end up on the losing end of a hypothetical battle in any kind of story that could be considered canonical by the fans.
2. Those topics have been done to death.
It's best not to tie any real value to the way people respond to your posts. I've started several topics that I thought were stimulating and worthy of debate, but only ended up buried deep in the forum a day or two later.