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#1 Posted by Loki2u (325 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm getting the impression that the majority of posters seem to equate a gritty tone with instant success.

All I want is a smart, well-written show. If that's the case, I will be happy with whatever tone this show chooses to take.

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#2 Posted by Loki2u (325 posts) - - Show Bio

By the reactions here and of myself after watching that.....this teaser is almost doing a disservice to peak my interest.

Hoping to be pleasantly surprised tomorrow for the real one.

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#3 Posted by Loki2u (325 posts) - - Show Bio

Had a hard time getting into this episode. Usually I'm glued to my seat, but for some reason this one didn't really capture my attention and I found myself a little bored.

Can't really pinpoint a specific reason, but maybe I just wasn't in the right mood tonight.

2.5 to 3 stars for me

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#4 Posted by Loki2u (325 posts) - - Show Bio

I think Y: The Last Man has amazing potential for a tv series.

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#5 Posted by Loki2u (325 posts) - - Show Bio

I love Snyders writing of Batman, but in my opinion....nobody does a better job of creating hype about his book than himself.

He tends to say the same things about the storylines about holding nothing back, game changing stuff, blow your mind etc etc.....and when I finish reading the arcs....I'm usually slightly let down.

I love his writing, and haven't enjoyed Batman this much in years.....but the arcs tend to be anitclimatic for me.

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#7 Posted by Loki2u (325 posts) - - Show Bio

Well rounded episode for me tonight, I really enjoyed it.

I'm not as familiar with the Flash comics.......what's the speed force?

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#8 Posted by Loki2u (325 posts) - - Show Bio

@loki2u: You're right young males aren't the only ones that go trick 'r treating. But girls aren't the only ones that go out either. So by having a Ghostbuster's team of men and women you wouldn't alienate anyone and could more easily market to kids of both genders.

Fair enough. Not to sure on the plot details, but if any of the original busters make an appearance, which it sounds like they will, there's the male influence on the cast.

Personally, I like the idea of an all-female cast if looking at it from a marketing perspective and sticking with the halloween theme mentioned. The majority of superhero movies are male influenced so it's nice to see a change and maybe empower some more of the young girls out there.

Not that gender really needs to have an influence when it comes to a Halloween costume. I could care less if my daughter wanted to dress up as iron man or if my son wanted to dress up as a princess from frozen. But I guess that's a whole different discussion.

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#9 Posted by Loki2u (325 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm completely open to adding women to the Ghostbusters team, but what was the point in making it an all female cast? Just from a marketing stand point. It's going to be a tough sell to a young male audience with figures or Halloween costumes?

Without Harold Ramis adding to this script and story and Bill Murray refusing to appear in it, I don't consider this a GHOSTBUSTERS movie. I was more interested in the concept of the older Ghostbusters passing on the torch to a new generation.

Young males aren't the only ones out trick or treating.

It would be nice to see girls dressed as ghostbusters next halloween instead of the usual female costumes such as sexy______________ (fill in the blank with whatever noun you like.)

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#10 Posted by Loki2u (325 posts) - - Show Bio

I will reserve all judgement until at least a trailer hits the internet...

How dare you use logic and sensibility when posting on the internet!

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