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#1 Posted by ninjasquirrel0 (10 posts) - - Show Bio

Against all my better judgment... this could be kind of awesome.

#2 Posted by ninjasquirrel0 (10 posts) - - Show Bio

Well, at least the game'll have good writing. Guess we'll have to wait and see as far as the gameplay goes.

#3 Posted by ninjasquirrel0 (10 posts) - - Show Bio

Oh hey, . I thought that guy was on the other website, weird.

#4 Posted by ninjasquirrel0 (10 posts) - - Show Bio

Seems like some great creators are involved, might check it out. Event fatigue might be a problem for some people, but this is only five issues and it's probably going to be really fun.

#5 Posted by ninjasquirrel0 (10 posts) - - Show Bio

Yes I have seen this show, and yes it is the best Scooby Doo cartoon. That being said, could not care less about Scooby Doo.

#6 Posted by ninjasquirrel0 (10 posts) - - Show Bio

New Power Girl costume was sorely needed. Cannot believe anyone really misses the boob window. Might pick this up?

#7 Posted by ninjasquirrel0 (10 posts) - - Show Bio

Huh, makes sense, they did that for Buffy. I guess fans of the show are happy about this development?

#8 Posted by ninjasquirrel0 (10 posts) - - Show Bio

lol @ 'the untold story'

#9 Posted by ninjasquirrel0 (10 posts) - - Show Bio

http://comics.ign.com/articles/121/1215530p1.html

That article on IGN had a pretty good outline of how this could work as multiple character-focused miniseries. I'm still of the opinion that they should make a sequel of it set in the modern-day times.

Y'know what? Screw that. They should just make it about the guy who owned the newspaper stand. His story needs to be told!

#10 Posted by ninjasquirrel0 (10 posts) - - Show Bio

The only way I feel like they could make this work is if it's a sequel, have it set in 2010 or something but in the Watchmen-verse with a whole new generation of heroes, or if it's a prequel, make it a more character-centric miniseries. I would have to disagree that the characters are 'ripe with potential'. By the end of Watchmen, all the different characters are sort of finished being super heroes, and everything that happens before that is pretty well fleshed out. The only characters I can think of that aren't fully explored through either flashbacks or the supplementary material are some of the original Minutemen. I think a modern-day sequel would be the best way to handle this though. Then again, pretty much anything can be good so long as it's written well.