Burn wrote: Sabrblade wrote:
Except for the "New Avengers/Transformers" crossover.
If you want to acknowledge the existence of that POS then go right ahead. I'm happy to pretend it never existed.
That is better than these crossovers here simply because it has something none of them have, and that is Spider-Man being awesome. That was the only good thing about that series, which also makes it the best idw crossover to date, in fact it makes it the best Transformers crossover ever.
Simply because of Spider-Man.
Rated X wrote: Dead Metal wrote: Rated X wrote: Burn wrote:
Rated X wrote:I actually do like ninja turtles. But Im really starting to wonder what direction this website is heading. Is it a hasbro fan site ? Is it an IDW fan site ? Im a little puzzled what the message is here...
Why are you asking such a question? Are you confused by this crossover of IDW licenses which will include Transformers in it's next chapter?
The cover story is all turtles and doesnt specifically mention transformers itself. So without any knowledge of the comic world, this would appear to be a TMNT story to any casual seibertron reader. Notice the absence of sarcasm in my post. I really thought you were reporting TMNT stuff. The bacon and ham thing wasnt a good enough for me to get what this was. I needed it in black and white since Im unfamilar with the nature of the comic world and its writers antics. Sorry...
So? It's a crossover that's been reported on ever since the beginning of the year, and the crossovers have been reported on ever since they first started 4 years ago.
A casual seibertron reader might also be confused as to why we post news for toy stores, or voice actors that seem to be unfamiliar.
But a casual seibertron reader with half a brain cell will be able to figure out why this is being posted right with the first paragraph of this article:
article wrote:Staff member Burn has once again delved into his X-Files knowledge to be as kind as possible in his review of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles issue of the Conspiracy franchise crossover. Check out his Seibertron.com review below!
And if that wasn't clear enough, there is this line here:
article again wrote:And so IDW brings us their latest chapter in their company wide mash-up, as The Lone Gunmen meet the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
All that comes way before the actual review, there are only three posibilities someone could have missed that:
- not read the article and imminently replied to it
- being illiterate/ not able to read English
- stupid and unable of forming basic thoughts
Having known you for the amount of time I do, I know which of these options apply to you
God these crossovers are terrible, they would at least be somewhat interesting if the franchises actually met and the characters had some interaction with each other. I mean who wouldn't want to see Donatello, Wheeljack, and Egon work one some kind of crazy invention using ridicules technobable just to have it blow up in their faces.
Im not gonna get into a huge debate here. When I clicked on the story all I saw was turtles. When I read the article all I read was turtles. There was no mention of any Transformers characters. The only time the word "Transformers" was used was "Transformers vs. Avengers" which has nothing to do with TMNT. Maybe the hints he dropped to signal a crossover might pop out for an avid comic book reader. But when have I ever been a comic guy ?
So pray tell me, are you illiterate, not in possession of even half a brain-cell, or how did you manage to miss the easy to spot explanations, which I have bolded this time?
What about "company wide crossover" is so difficult to understand for someone who's not a comic book reader? I mean those are actual English words, from the English language, used by English speaking people that talk about fiction, as in TV, movies, comics, books, games, porn novels, crime novels and the like.
Or are you just not the English using guy?
I'm sure you can find an English course or two somewhere near you, learning and speaking English is kinda important in this day and age, it's pretty much the universally spoken language and lets you communicate with people all over the world.
I should know since I'm German.