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  2. They pussied out. This was the real, actual Flash who died. Yes, in a way the one in the show was the 'real' one, but he wasn't the star of the show - not the main character. He should have died in the Crisis, and it should have been the end of this iteration of the franchise, because otherwise why bother. Some of the greatest heroes in the DC multiverse died in the Crisis and it had impact; what's more, they remained dead for decades. This is a different time and I feel like Homer, lamenting that the age of great heroes is past and the present is but a pale shadow. I watched the three episodes that are out now and it's a highschool production. The best part was Tom Welling's bit, by a mile. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzX6yur_9Q8
  3. Last week
  4. Okay...try...TRY and tell me you didn't tear up a little after this...
  5. First, minor point. I'm changing Naomi's name again, this time to Ashley Bonner. I can explain if someone wants to ask. Bigger point, I do think that Aptom would be interested in eventually finding a mate, possibly one with some kind of supernatural ability. And Guyver isn't exactly awash with women who can kick some ass. I'm not doing this for feminist reasons, but it's more relatable to Twilight with an (ultimately) strong female lead. Guyver does have several female characters, but only two that can hold their own against Chronos' creatures and one of which is basically a villain. Plus, I think that Aptom would be happy with a mate, especially one that can take care of herself and show him a thing or two (take that as you please )
  6. Balcus: "At last, the power of the Guyver is within my grasp!" Agito: "The only thing within your grasp is your DEATH, Balcus!"
  7. Aptom got 99 problems but a bitch ain't one...
  8. I would imagine the game would be episodic. First mission would be at the lake, you watch the cut-scene where Sho transforms into the Guyver. Gregole would be used for a quick tutorial. Then you have to take down waves of Zoanoids as Tetsuro makes his escape. After Tetsuro is safe, you have to fight your own way to freedom.
  9. Saw Part 1 last night. What can I say but...HOLY CRIMSON SKIES OF DEATH!
  10. Earlier
  11. It could be worse I guess. It could be a straight Guyver/Victorious crossover, which IMO makes less sense than developing a character as a love interest of a Guyver character that's a composite of some of my favorite characters portrayed by my favorite actress. Guyver is a fairly serious shonen manga, while Victorious is/was a teen/kids/family sitcom on Nickelodeon. Guyver has no place on Nickelodeon, even in it's tamest states. Granted, even with the Guyver cool down, how would a 99% absolute sweetheart who's a closet badass with supernatural abilities fit in with the other Guyver characters, considering that Naomi is also influenced by Twilight lore? Maybe compare her to Shizu on steroids?
  12. I want to preface this by saying I am NOT trying to be mean or trying to stop you from creating your fan fiction... but considering the reason you stated that this post exists, I figure I should lay out some things you need to know and things to expect when doing a project like this. Basically: Considering your fan fiction takes place outside of the standard timeline, you can practically do whatever you want with any of the characters. They could have had time to change or mellow out, as it were. Of course this can lead to the problems with fandom not critiquing or offering opinions etc... because this means there is little interest in the topic or concept that you are using said characters in. Writing a Fan Fiction that uses official characters is always the harder option if you want other fans of the series to like it. If you take a character too far away from what they are in the main plot, it's really no longer that "character" and is just your own character that maybe walks and talks similar to the original. So certainly, if you are writing it absolutely for yourself, great. Go right ahead and enjoy. But hoping/expecting people to comment on a subject that they aren't interested in, despite some of it being from their particular fandom isn't always a guarantee... Especially when the other fandoms involved are either completely different from this one. This is why my favorite Guyver crossover is the really Old Bubblegum Crisis crossover; Heart of the Beast (and it's unfinished sequel, Soul of the Beast. BGC and Guyver have similar DNA and fit together pretty easily (both antagonists are evil corporations, just one uses biological creatures and the other mechanical. Main protagonists are a small group in powered suits etc...). This is something we've had to deal with a lot in our own stories... If you can't keep the essence of the characters, you might as well just create new ones for you to use. This is a big reason why the Warrior Guyver fan fiction original characters are the main characters of our stories. Yes, it is set in a modified Guyver universe, and we do use the originals in ours, but we try and keep them grounded in the reality of the original story as much as possible ( like Agito secretly creating his own Warrior Gigantic... We did that back in 2000... Over 10 years before he secretly made his own Gigantic in the manga. Still a jerk!) So, if you go ahead and make your story ( and you should. the more writing you do, the better you get at it), try not to be disappointed when people don't seem to want to read it. It's clearly not the kind of story they like, or they just don't like the crossover concepts. We have people that loath our stories, and that is perfectly fine. It doesn't stop us from working on them. So write your story the way you want. Post it in as many places where the fandoms you crossover with might like it. If you get hits and fans, fantastic. If not, it will be an experience to help you improve, or you can use your ideas and adapt it to something more original. Remember, even 50 Shades of Grey started as a Twilight fan fic.
  13. Glad they got the Red Guardian in this!
  14. I'm mostly wondering about my idea and what input opinions that you may have.
  15. Going to watch structurally next year. One show a day on a weekly rotation.
  16. Red skies at night, Crisis delight. It is brave of them to do the Crisis and I don't think it could be done better than this in a live action medium. Bear in mind, however, that the original Crisis on Infinite Earths effectively was the last story of a fifty-year era (forty-seven, really, since Superman did not appear until 1938) and the first company-wide crossover, which created the entire concept. It wasn't just the main, twelve-issue maxi series, it involved and featured in every DC comic. There was a sense of doom, of armageddon, and it delivered. Not only was the Multiverse destroyed and/or transformed into one singular universe with elements of all universes it comprised (I wonder if they will do that to these series, too - it would be ballsy), it was the end of superhero comics as we had known them. DC comics was changed - every series was rebooted, the origin of every hero updated, the tone of comics was brought up to the new era. (There had been a gradual change already in the late seventies and early eighties in what is sometimes called the 'bronze age' of comics, but this was the difference between a gradually rising water level and a bursting dam). There has never again been an event like this, nor could there ipso facto ever be, because you can only do something for the first time once. For decades, the comics age was divided into 'Pre-Crisis' and 'Post-Crisis' to indicate the watershed. The story featured the ultimate threat - the purest villain that has ever been created: the Anti-Monitor. He was the perfect embodiment of the implacable, armored, masked super-villain mastermind archetype, and his goal was nothing less than the destruction of all positive matter that had ever existed. If he would succeed, there would be nothing to ever indicate these universes had ever existed, and all would be his native anti-matter universe of Qward, a universe where the polarity of good and evil was inverted - a cosmos of pure evil, ruled by his iron fist. The story involved virtually any DC character that had ever been created. Many - many - people died. And nothing, as I said, would ever be the same. I shall be following this series with interest. (edit) Ha. Pretty much already made this post before.
  17. I'm excited! Looks like a Winter Soldier-type spy film. Keen as!
  18. The stuff you find when digging though the musical history of your celeb crush:
  19. Worlds Will Live. Worlds Will Die. And the Universe will never be the same.
  20. Not really music videos, but Victoria Justice doing some dance rehearsals in the Victorious era, namely for the Best Friend's Brother and Beggin' On Your Knees music videos.
  21. Back to where it all began...
  22. Well, my fan fic is after Chronos has been defeated and he and the others are battling rogue mythical creatures, which Naomi is a mythical creature (not a rouge one, though). I've hinted at this development in the What is Stronger Than a Guyver thread. And as I mentioned, this is Aptom post absorbing of Hayami. Aptom has generally become kinder and more caring and compassionate of those he considers his allies, even though he does still seem rough and ready, too.
  23. My money's still on Valcuria. Of course, I would like to see her kick his @$$ first, but...
  24. I'm not so sure that Aptom would have a love interest, he seems so preoccupied with other things. She would have to be bad ass and as tough and as him to earn his respect, im not sure a polite girl would interest him. Some what of a kindred spirit would maybe catch his eye.
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