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Speculation Nation / Guts and the Moonlight Boy
« on: November 01, 2012, 09:13:55 AM »
Hey Guys, I've been wondering about something for the past few days so I finally decided to make a thread and see what you guys think about it. I realize that this is highly speculative but for the sake of discussion let's assume for a minute that :
1) Femto cant control any of the actions of the child, when the child takes over
2) Femto is vulnerable when the child takes over

Now let's say someone that Guts trusts (for example the Skullknight) comes and tells Guts that this boy is the host that Griffith uses in order to walk in this world. Killing the child would bring Guts his revenge and he would in fact kill Griffith. The only problem is that this child is his and Casca's son. He has helped Guts through out all his journey and the only thing that it wants is to be near his parents.
My question is this. The next time Guts meets the child do you guys think that he would kill it knowing all this stuff ? Or would he simply hold back waiting for a another chance.

Movies, TV, Books & Music / Before Watchmen
« on: February 01, 2012, 05:38:29 PM »
I just saw this , there is another thread about the Watchmen movie but unfortunately it is locked so i just thought i start a new one.

This summer, DC Entertainment will publish all-new stories expanding on the acclaimed WATCHMEN universe. As highly anticipated as they are controversial, the seven inter-connected prequel mini-series will build on the foundation of the original WATCHMEN, the bestselling graphic novel of all time. BEFORE WATCHMEN will be the collective banner for all seven titles, from DC Comics.

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How does everyone feel about this ? I loved the original Comic from Alan Moore, i don't want to see any sequels.

Indeed, "Watchmen" writer Alan Moore has already spoken out against the existence of "Before Watchmen," telling the New York Times that it's "completely shameless." Artist Dave Gibbons' stance, meanwhile, is considerably warmer: "I appreciate DC's reasons for this initiative and the wish of the artists and writers involved to pay tribute to our work. May these new additions have the success they desire."
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