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Sega DogTagz

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Sega DogTagz last won the day on March 28 2011

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    Never Let it Die! Keep Drawing Archie Characters!

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    RAGNITE, Drawing, Video Games, Football (American), ZAPDOS, Muscle Cars, Archie Comics
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    At my desk, Drawing.

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  1. Would anyone really be that devastated by the lack of a Mii Character? I mean sure, you'd loose the costumes, but is that enough of a reason to keep them around?
  2. No they haven't. I can only assume @Meta77 is exaggerating, but every game post 06 has not been rushed. They have delayed several of the most recent ones for example.
  3. Nega is also a fine parallel to Dry Bowser, from a balance perspective anyway. Even though Nega should loose his roster spot to someone else like Infinite... or god forbid another member of the Deadly 6 (actually, I think Zeena would be a fun add).
  4. Just finished Judgement. Easily the best of the Yakuza games I've gotten my hands on. I could see them wanting to take another trip down that road, even if Yagami isn't the next protag. They have been hovering around Yakuza and Valkyria Chronicles quite a bit the last few years. Thats where my betting money goes.
  5. I didn't know tails adventure confirmed that. I'll will need to look into it. I can confirm the north America version of the manual for Sonic 2 also labels tails as the one who invented the move.
  6. Adorable. Man, we have been getting treated to some great animations the last couple of years. Sonic's 2D game is as strong as its ever been, and I ain't talkin about Mania lol They really crammed in absolute ton of references and pulled from all different sides of the fandom to do it. This was highly enjoyable.
  7. Man they packed a ton of references into that. Its neat seeing the Miles Electric becoming more of thing now, and I like how Tails is the one capable of explaining the spindash, seeing as how he's the guy who invented the move in the first place.
  8. Antoine used a sword as his primary weapon for years and there was plenty of stuff available for him to slash through, even when he was fighting flesh and blood squishies like the battle bird armada. Cortez in the unreleased issue also had no issue fighting Sonic and Antoine with only a sword and brute force. Even if he can't outright stab people, it only takes a small bit of imagination to figure out other ways to use the thing. At the very least, the comic could always use a knife-to-the-throat ultimatum guy. Lets not forget that the Archie comics also had a duo of characters who were literally named Razor and Blade and both of them used legit Daggers.
  9. I don't think thats necessarily true. While someone who is uninitiated with the plot of the games would have no idea what KO is going on about in each of those hand drawn pictures, it doesn't take any understanding of the franchise at all to see that segment as just basic hero worship. Look at these things you did that I obviously idolize you for. Sure, fans of the franchise will take away more from that sequence, but its not like previous knowledge of those events are necessary to understand what is going on. Fangirling in front of a world renowned hero in-of-itself is part of the joke. I'd be docked a few points on my fan card if I didn't point out that Eggman build DreamCaster, not Tails. *nitpick
  10. I'm not even big on buying pins, but I was all over that Tangle and Whisper combo. Insta-buy. MOAR PLZ.
  11. If your forgiveness is dependent on the quality of the end result, then you've already bastardized the intent of the term. True forgiveness is unconditional. If you have to leverage your forgiveness by the quality of the redesign we have yet to see, or the quality of the movie down the road come release, then you haven't forgiven anything and you are casually applying the same caution/wariness that I am, albeit wrapped in a nicer package. It is too much to ask for the benefit of the doubt when in the next breath you claim that the process is futile if the new design isn't up to par.
  12. If that is a rule, they are extremely lax about enforcing it. Wave and Nega aside, even as recently as TSR saw new techno savvy characters step into that ring. DoDonPa had tech that put even Tails and Eggman on notice (on top of his masterpiece at the end of the game, he also had access to both time and tras-dimentional travel). He even belittled other characters for their lack of technical acumen and talked shop with Eggman.
  13. I seem to recall the next issue, the one featuring Bunnie and Blaze, also had its pencils dumped on the web following the comics end. Anyone know if this same group of guys/gals is planning on giving that set of sketches the same treatment?
  14. Seeing as how these are the very same people who allowed the first abomination to make it as far as it did, there is no way shape or form where is somehow okay for us to allow them to wash their hands of what has been put on the table in the past and approach it from a clean slate. You wouldn't give anyone the benefit of the doubt in that or any similar situation. It really doesn't matter how sincere their apology is, or how self-aware they are of how badly they fumbled, if you attempt to deliver an end result as they did - and then fall back to try again - it would fall on the receiving party to hold the next result to heightened skepticism. To do anything else is just blind optimism. The scary thing is, people were already skeptical before the first design was made public... so now its several magnitudes worse. Its nice to be positive, but you cant fault people for being grounded in reality here. We got unequivocally, undeniably slapped in the face by the first draft. An apology isn't going to stop me from reading a stance to be ready in case the people over on that movie set decide to take another swing at my head. If you get hit in the face a second time, you're as much to blame as the guy throwing the blows. You can't expect people to just stand there and hope the next attempt is a present instead of a punch. Fool me once, fool me twice yadda yadda.
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