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Knuckles The Echinda January 20th, 2012, 8:07 pm

Can you review my comic, I'd love to read it. It's a love/hate comic and it mocks bad Sonic comics.



Lugbzurg January 20th, 2012, 10:25 pm

I would like to point out just one thing. "Sonic World Adventure" wasn't the working title for Sonic Unleashed.
That's what the game is actually called in some other countries. That actually makes his comic even worse.

Also, I thought I might just as well point out something to you.


Zero Kirby January 20th, 2012, 11:14 pm

@Lugbzurg: Why would you post a pony video related to MGS when I dislike ponies


Lugbzurg January 22nd, 2012, 3:16 pm

@Zero Kirby: Because, for someone who's become known for making these thoroughly in-depth reviews, you really haven't been doing your research on this.

It is not at all girly or childish in the slightest. As a matter of fact, it's one of the most well-written shows I have ever come across.

This isn't the same puffy froo-froo garbage that the toys (and overall franchise) were known for a few years ago. It's actually become rather hardcore and occasionally dark.

They've actually battled dragons, monsters and a devious lord of chaos that can bend reality at the snap of his fingers and is voiced by John de Lancie. And by "Battle", I mean they've actually used things like punches, kicks and laser beams.

There have been wars and confrontations, a Matrix sequence and a pony dressed as Ermac, a bowl of punch being "spiked" and a pony beating the crap out of a bear... The list goes on and on.

If you're willing to purposefully go out looking for the worst stories out there and point out why they're bad, the least you could do is go through this show and try to point out why YOU think it's bad.


Zero Kirby January 22nd, 2012, 4:43 pm

@Lugbzurg: I remember when I said My Little Pony was only for girls.

Oh wait no I didn't I only said I disliked the show.

I watched an episode or two and a couple of silly YouTube videos. I didn't like them.

Way to call me out on not doing research by feeding words into my mouth, thanks. That will definitely make me reconsider my stance on the show's quality.

(Another reason I dislike the show is because of a lot of fans like you who are completely unreasonable.)


Lugbzurg January 27th, 2012, 9:33 pm

@Zero Kirby: "Research"? You said you'd just seen two episodes and a couple silly YouTube videos.

You just said that you watched a video with a song in it that you liked and it having ponies made you hate them. You said that the video what great, except that the ponies "ruined" it. That's extremely bias and, frankly, doesn't make a lick of sense.

You said you would have lost all integrity, despite the fact that the show is all about integrity.

That isn't research. That's flat-out bashing it and stereotyping anyone who enjoys it while you are still ill-informed.

You watched two episodes and a couple "Silly YouTube videos". I would like to see your journolistic review on why this show is "bad". This is not research. You did not do research.

BrainScratchComms DID do research!


Zero Kirby January 30th, 2012, 9:45 pm

@Lugbzurg: Okay, chill the hell out. I'm NOT saying you can't enjoy it, or that anyone who does is a juvenile girly-girl. I'm just saying, I DID NOT LIKE THE SHOW. GET OVER IT. To be honest, I don't really like Lauren Faust's other claim to fame, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, either. I actually followed that show for a while before making up my mind, and it was disappointing because I quite enjoyed the premiere movie. It's just a matter of taste.

Do you enjoy My Little Pony? Good for you. That's fine. I don't and I'm frankly sick of seeing ponies everywhere there don't NEED to be ponies, which is why I disliked the Catgroove pony fad. I'll admit it was a hipster moment and an overreaction but I still dislike the pony fad. Just like how I'm sick of seeing Sonic recolours. The My Little Pony cartoon just isn't my thing. I couldn't get into it. If you did, that's great and more power to you. If everyone liked the same thing this review comic wouldn't exist.

I don't need to post a journalistic review on why I disliked My Little Pony just to satisfy YOU. You are the ONLY ONE who has a problem with me disliking a television show that is, whether you like it or not, aimed at children. Nor do I feel like it's worth my time. A cartoon takes much more time to review than a webcomic, not to mention I really don't feel like hunting down every single episode on YouTube, Hulu, or Netflix just to post a review that only you care about.

And by "lost all integrity" I meant I would be embracing a show I didn't like just to get hits on my comic. That's what I meant by "lost all integrity." It has nothing to do with what the show is about.

And point to me where I am stereotyping people who enjoy it. Did I say anyone who enjoys My Little Pony is an idiot? No. I merely pointed out that there are a lot (and you are one of them) who simply cannot be reasoned with which makes me wonder why I'm even trying.

For someone so keen on my research of lack thereof you are certainly not giving me any incentive to research further, because you are making no sense and misinterpreting my every word. And again, I feel the need to point out this:

"Another reason I dislike the show is because of a lot of fans like you who are completely unreasonable."

TL;DR: Thanks for misinterpreting my dislike of the show, please stop making a fool out of yourself and just get over the fact that I disliked something you're a fan of.

Continuing this argument would be kind of pointless too since it's fairly obvious we're not changing each other's minds (not that I'm trying to convince you the show is bad, anyway).


Lugbzurg February 4th, 2012, 12:26 pm

@Zero Kirby: Now, that makes a lot more sense.

A great deal of the show's fanbase really ticks me off, as well, to be honest.