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So I might be crazy. But um. My sister and I were planning on going to New York Comic Con this year and are starting to think about costumes. Space will be at a premium because of how we are traveling (and can’t guarantee the safety of any fragile materials)… but if we DO go in costume….
Well, she’s going to be a krogan. And I’m going as a quarian.
Yeah, I don’t even know how we’re going to fit all this stuff - might have to do a stripped-down version if the packing space situation gets too bad.
but it’ll be like our heavy/medic all over again, ahaha. I’ll be the grumpiest little krogan with a quarian friend who’s taller than him XD
(contemplating the idea of trying to make the character young or female to account for height vs. just embracing the shortykrogan, but we’ll see)
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I was very disappointed by season five of TMNT 2k3. I was fast-forwarding through episodes just to get through it. I didn’t feel like anything really sparked with any of the characters, and I didn’t care for the Ninja Tribunal at all or even Tengu Shredder’s origins. I should’ve loved it because I’m into Japanese mythology and everything, but it seemed so bland and just didn’t resound well with me.
I think season five was a missed opportunity and, even though I enjoyed some episodes of Fast Forward and Back To The Sewers, I think the 2k3 series should’ve ended with a fifth season, but with a completely different storyline. I really wish the writers had gone with Peter Laird’s idea of having the turtles split up and go their separate ways for a time. This hasn’t really been done before in the TMNT universe and I think with the 2k3 series especially it would’ve been a great opportunity to showcase their brotherly bond being threatened and the travails they have to endure before finally being reunited. And maybe it’s not a happy reunion. Maybe they grow too far apart for things to be as they once were…
Agree’d so hard, on everything. While I liked parts of the 5th season, overall it didn’t really do much for me. Super Mystical Anime Turtles completely lost me, and… I don’t even remember finishing it. At least I lasted longer than my “let’s give it a second chance” shots on the Fast Forward and Back to the Sewer seasons, ugh. Seasons 1-4 = TMNT 2k3 as far as I’m concerned.
I like my Turtles pretty mundane. The less scifi and mutant-of-the-week, the better. (I make an exception for the Triceraton stories in the comics/2k3 show because come on, they’re rad.) Once the guys had these ridiculous mystical weapons and started calling their attacks (and I guess they turned into dragons later???) it didn’t feel like TMNT anymore! Nor did futuristic weapons, ability to walk the daylit streets of future Earth, or going to the internet to defrag Splinter ausldjfkl
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