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Re: New Grim-Tales: Cannonball Express (9/10/12)

Thu Sep 12, 2013 8:18 pm

X, you're losing your mind right now.

Re: New Grim-Tales: Cannonball Express (9/10/12)

Thu Sep 12, 2013 8:23 pm

Mercen-X wrote:I've always thought of the Ghost Zone as being just a parallel dimension the Fentons created by accident.
Did you watch the cartoon? It is perfectly excusable if you did not.

Mercen-X wrote:Has there ever been any mention of Mindy in either comic? I've always liked her. o.O

I am sorry but that is inexcusable. Ok. fine. here. http://grim.snafu-comics.com/index.php?comic_id=105

Re: New Grim-Tales: Cannonball Express (9/10/12)

Thu Sep 12, 2013 9:52 pm

Oh... right.

Re: New Grim-Tales: Cannonball Express (9/10/12)

Fri Sep 13, 2013 8:27 am

And Demongo meets Jeff. Wonder what they will talk about?

Re: New Grim-Tales: Cannonball Express (9/10/12)

Fri Sep 13, 2013 11:33 am

Mercen-X wrote:I've always thought of the Ghost Zone as being just a parallel dimension the Fentons created by accident.


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On a similar note, Dan Phantom won't be reappearing for some time. Any guesses as to what he's up to with his new found freedom?

Re: New Grim-Tales: Cannonball Express (9/10/12)

Fri Sep 13, 2013 11:41 am

Based on what he said when he left, he planned to "whip himself back into shape", but I have no idea how he plans to do that. Go beat up hundreds of underworld beings, endure physical torment to endure more pain, or maybe just slaughter a bunch of people to be more like the "ultimate evil" that he seems that he wants to be.

Re: New Grim-Tales: Cannonball Express (9/10/12)

Fri Sep 13, 2013 2:08 pm

Hm, Ghost Zone is ran by Walker.

Phantom should go jail break his prey. Enjoy his little hunt.

Now, what I would love to see, is the ghosts all more powerful. Maybe see a confrontation between Phantom and Walker, that's not a total slaughter.

Re: New Grim-Tales: Cannonball Express (9/10/12)

Fri Sep 13, 2013 2:20 pm

If the character representations are anything like the original cartoons then Walker shouldn't stand a chance no matter how long it has been. Dark Danny was the most powerful of the mega ghosts and Walker was only the most powerful of the minor enemy's that were not mega ghosts.

Re: New Grim-Tales: Cannonball Express (9/10/12)

Fri Sep 13, 2013 2:31 pm

I don't recall Walker ever being implied weaker than Phantom(Not Fenton).
I'm also going to go and assume Walker is stronger in the Ghost Zone.

Walker has held captive many of the ghosts Phantom had nearly killed.
It could just be me, but Walker possibly becoming stronger, fighting Phantom(who has admitted to losing his touch) would be fair.
Walker could be his sparring partner :o

Re: New Grim-Tales: Cannonball Express (9/10/12)

Fri Sep 13, 2013 3:06 pm

The way I saw it Walker was a minor villain after season one and there was no question That Dark Danny was stronger, being one of the mega ghosts.
It might be interesting if the story wrote that Walker becomes more powerful, the more people he keeps imprisoned in the same way Ember becomes more powerful, the more people hear her music. And with the recent apocalypse? there is an increase in the number of ghosts. But I really feel like Dark Danny is weaker in this story than he is in the series.

As for the "apocalypse", I am a little bit confused, and I did not used to be (did I pronounce that right?). Blord, I think, believes it was just Megavill. BR seemed to think that the human race was on the verge of extinction, if not already. But I do not think BR is the writer for GT, at least I do not think he is. The impression I had was that the world had been decimated and only a few safe havens existed. I guess only time will tell as they may return topside or they may not.
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