Teran wrote:You are still implying that she has some level of control over him, which could be a possibility, although I highly doubt it.Biostar wrote:I didn't say she could control him, I'm just saying that after all the effort of summoning him she wouldn't let him just go back home peacefully without getting or doing whatever she and Ginger were trying to do.
And I doubt she has yet another plan, I mean, first trying to blow Gene and Hansel with a bazooka, then call all those bunnnies, then bring two characters from a different universe to destroy half of the city, so seriously, I doubt she can do anything else. Or did she actually knew that all the Bravehearts would eventually appear and has yet to execute one last part of her plan?
BeeAre wrote:I'm sorry that this page seems like more nothing to you.
Is it me? I hope it isn't me.Teran wrote:Whoa buddy, careful with the words you choose, the last thing I want is for that other guy to return, enjoying my time without him, and we don't want to ruin my good mood, right? No, we don't.
Teran wrote:You said that the most recent page meant nothing to me, an interesting choice of words which could attract Arthur, and after 8 weeks of psychological torment, that's the last thing I want.
Yeah I guess it is kind of slow, and a lot of people liked saga 1 over saga 2, but it's still good. Things have no-where to go but up, so stay optimistic.Teran wrote:I guess it's no secret that I'm not enjoying this second saga, I have already described it as slow, less engaging than the first one. I understand that it takes time, and I actually agree with you, in order for me to like a story, I need to relate myself with the characters, and development is essential.
At this time I am inclined to actually agree with you. It did seem kind of unnecessary, and even the end goal is kind of a farce as well. To my knowledge the only Powerpuff with untapped power is Bubbles, which was shown in the show.Teran wrote:However, development in this story is just... how to say it? Let's use Buttercup's character as an example to express what I'm trying to say. Early in the story she defeats everyone in Jack's Kendo class using brute force. This is obviously a flaw in her character, Jack notes this and decides to call Utonium in order to discuss Buttercup's behavior. We immediately realize that she must learn a way to focus her energy, it will help her and at the same time it will unleash her true power (I guess).
I am not going to pull a Micheal Moore and post your posts out of order and call you out, but a lot of the characters that were brought in served their purpose for FUN only, several characters that were deemed useful are now being re-used. Such as Jenny and Otto. It is possible we might see others rise from the ashes as well, as Beeare hinted.Teran wrote:Also, I'm not happy with the fact that characters are introduced so early in the comic, and yet, fail to have an impact in the story for so long.
Well you have to understand Olga's involvement was sort of required. If there is a Mandark there is an Olga, at the time she may have merely been a means to an end. For now she is a dormant character who may or may not be useful in the near future. I honestly don't know at this point.Teran wrote:Olga's motivation and purpose have been kept in the dark for so long, it makes me scratch my head and wonder why was she introduced this early in the comic? By no means I'm saying that her character shouldn't be in this comic, as she appears in Mandark's destroyed base in the First Saga, pretty much making her presence in this second saga obligatory, but again, why focus so much in her character? She can't really do much in this situation, and all story points converge in the convention, so why not wait and introduce her when her character is more relevant to the plot?
OHBOYHEREWEGOTeran wrote:The exact same could be said about Naga,
Naga is an enigma. Do you know what that is? That means he was put in for the sheer fact that he is mysterious. And keep in mind he was put in RIGHT before this entire thing happened, and he was also involved with a or 'the' same giant hourglass. He may or perhaps IS going to play a very large role in the VERY near future, once the bomb goes off, during its explosion or in the aftermath. He was NOT put there for no reason, have SOME faith.Teran wrote:his character appeared in Chapter 8, but had little to no impact. I don't understand him, and I feel his introduction is very premature. I can assure you that if Naga appeared for the first time in the comic during Chapter 9-10, my perception of the character would be the exact same, as I have no idea what he is, his motivations, you name it.
Part of getting better is admitting you have a problem, this is a good start. Nothing you said was beyond reason, but this is really all I can say on them.Teran wrote:Also, I know you think that I "enjoy to hate this comic", but being 100% honest, that's not the case. In any case, I also apologize for exploding at the end of my two reviews. I don't like Chapter 9, but I was pretty harsh in the last bit of my review, and it wasn't professional from me.
This, right here. Was the only good piece of information I got out of you, the rest is you repeating what you already said.Teran wrote:Arthur is Seiryuga, the guy who used to color PPGD a few years ago. My review caught his attention, so we discussed for two months about PPGD Second Saga, but as the time passed, it was more like:
Teran said: Fuck you!
Seiryuga said: No, fuck you!
One day I got tired, and told him "alright, tell me why PPGD Second Saga is good, convince me", and he told me "because it has super heroes fighting against super villains", I'm not even kidding, he actually said that, then he told me that I was a complete waste of time, and blocked me.
I'm sure you were thinking:Teran wrote:Hell, a single page could be used for Buttercup trying both Science and Cooking. Just saying, I found those scenes forgettable. After thinking about it, I've had enough time to analyze the comic, and yes, there's a purpose for those scenes, but damn, why is it taking so long?
That right there could end this entire wall of text, that IS the only reason she is here.Teran wrote:As for Olga, I'm not sure if people actually understands my argument. I already said that her character NEEDS to appear in this second saga.
Well I wouldn't say a MILLION times, but when he made his debut, the forums were aflame. This is another Griddles Character I believe, so everyone had the subconscious thought that He would bone Bell, and they weren't too far off.Teran wrote:And the way you reply to my quote about Naga makes me assume this has been discussed like a million times. But let's be honest, the fact that people keep complaining about him means that there is no satisfactory argument to explain his premature introduction, which to this day, has no impact in the story. And if he is going to play an important role in the future, then why introduce him so early in the comic? My perception towards the character would be the exact same if his first appearance was in Chapter 9-10, to this day, I don't know anything about the character. His introduction barely said a thing about him, so again, why?
Birdofterror wrote:Because she NEEDS to be. If either 'A' the writers are making it seem like she is useless until a current part or 'B' they put her in there because she was REQUIRED, they BOTH answer your question. If she is REQUIRED, that means no matter what, no matter how useless she is she has to be here.
If it is 'A' then sit down and wait a few weeks.
Oh my, I pity you.Teran wrote:Tell me why the Second Saga is good, or decent, whatever. Just avoid telling me "because super heroes join forces to fight against super villains" like Arthur did. The only reason I didn't blocked him after that is because I thought of him as a friend, too bad he didn't.
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