Joker-Undead wrote:Holy crap, Samantha's cybernetics are getting more monsterous here.
oh good somebody is noticing the steady deterioration.
TheMadDoctor wrote:Maybe the skin is bigger on the inside, it can happen. The slitheen did it XD.
It occurs to me that, as a lot of Sam's tech is probably Cluster derived, she more likey would have a version of whatever Vexis used to change.
Where does any of the technology that is put to use by My Life As A Teenage Robot's titular character go when she's not using it? It's all Hammerspace or Tardis-grade Inventory.
Mad-Mutt wrote:I agree about Buttercup.
Especially after that old kung-fu master taught her how to control her anger and did the whole "be like water" thing.
For those of you who don't know that IS cannon, Buttercup has actually received training under a master.
Isn't that awesome?
Buttercup's passing understanding of enlightenment could be undercut severely if she, say, her family had to move. She can fly back, yes, this is demonstrably easy for her, but the fact is she's overwhelmed by the degree of change like a lot of kids who move. Her life takes precedence, and she finds a new master who is also her crush.
Mad-Mutt wrote:I know Sam is a ballerina in training I was just poking some fun at her. But she obviously seems to be a character you like so I'm sorry for making a bit of fun at her. Although personally I don't think being a ballerina makes her any less of a tomboy, but that's just me. Although considering she's a villain in this I was more making fun of 'this' Sam than the canon one from Metabots. That's just my personal mind set with these comics, these aren't the same characters from the tv show,s their alternate versions of them in this none canon fan comic. It doesn't mean I like them less, I know that whatever happens in this comic doesn't affect the world they come from.
I did some interesting research into Samantha and found her background in Medabots to be rather interesting. Tomboy ballerina is very quickly a presumed cultural contrast. A good point to bring up in another time and place. Heh. HEH.
rac7d wrote: Also Bell never stuck me as someone whose very... smart. She seems to have as much brain power as a ditzy anime stereotype so I don't think she's the one who made it, unless she's just been playing dumb this whole time. Zim obviously didn't make it because he's an idiot. Maybe that one guy who runs the villain show made it.
Bell is, if you recall, a vast and ghostly white to deal with her status as a planned reconstruction of an accident. In one of my first posts on the board, I described the idea that Bell's focused creation left her with at least a part of all three girls' dominant personalities. Her strongest manifestation of Blossom is so far her sense of loyalty and duty.
And if Sam is going to die in a fight with Buttercup then it shouldn't be something that's directly Buttercup's fault.
Superheroes don't kill.
Mad-Mutt wrote:Superheroes are not killers. That's what makes them heroes.
Hmmm, I would this is a good rule of thumb, yes. How far does that line go? HOW CAN YOU KILL THAT WHICH HAS NO LIFE?
No but seriously, what counts as killing?