Tenshi Nova wrote:Reason why I said it was my opinion is because I don't know as much as others, I never read older forums or know of any discussions that were already made(I'm also a bit too lazy to look for them and read them >.>). The reason why I believe GT is more complex is because some information in GT is just more surprising and the explanation behind them are just as surprising. For me, seeing how Mandy and Grim got together was more surprising than finding out how DeeDee died .
-_- Laziness is not a good thing to base your opinion on, I think, first of all. From this idea, I think we can derive that you really haven't spent much time even in recent discussions with PpGD.
Why I say this is possible: you seem to be focused on the nature of character interactions. And only a few of them, at that.
The questions and theories of Aku and Him being friends are more complex than say Dexter being friends with Otto. So saying that the questions are more complex was inaccurate, I should say I believe that the answers are more complex. Also, I feel like a little kid talking to you. xD
Again: you are focusing on how only a few characters are interacting.
Why are those characters more interesting to you?
I'm older than most of the people on this forum, to be sure. Hana is older than me. Dave. Bleedman. Uh. Anyone else want to claim their oldie card, they can.
K13-ZAR wrote:the reason I said what I said is because to me personally where Grim Tales feels like a actual story, PpGD feels like it is just one fight after another with little story in between them anymore
How does GT feel like a story?
I would like you to actually count the number of fights in PpGD for me, so I can understand why you see them as a string of fights.
Randori wrote:I HAVE 3/4 SEASONS OF SAMURAI JACK AND I DIDN'T NOTICE THIS. WHAT THE FRANK!
This is actually a part of my Jack Origin Story. ¦:3
Havoc751 wrote:Fair enough. GT is kinda all over the place, compared to PPGD. I guess it's a case of "finish one candy bar, before you open up another."
Yeah. Bleedman - and a lot of people here, apparently - would rather the candy bars just keep getting slammed in so there is a gigantic ball of candy wrappers and tummy aches.
But these stories have to end
someday, I hope you all realize this. No matter how fun you think something is at the time, the story has to complete itself, and it becomes irritating and unsatisfying if you do what Bleedman is wont to do, which is keep adding and adding and adding without recognizing what is useful or not. This has been pretty consistent with all his comics. GT, SB, and PpGD before I started cleaning house. There have been cases of literally all of his writers telling him not to do something, and him doing it anyway. Frustrating.
There's so much I want to know about Megaville and the heroes.
But I feel like Bleed's side stepping this issue.
GT or PpGD?
When a story brings up something that greatly peeks my interest,
and doesn't build on it or make further mention of it, it pisses me off.
GT does this constantly, but sheds its information quickly enough that no one notices, I guess. People can't get angry if you abandon interesting ideas as quickly as you introduce them.
But I guess I shouldn't bitch about it too much.
Maybe someday well get those answers. -_-
Bitching facilitates curiosity. There's one for the ole quote-book.