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QuantumEdge

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About QuantumEdge

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  • Birthday 12/19/1995

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    Playing Sonic Colours, writing, reading comics, tennis, F1, films, gaming and cartoons.
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    England

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  1. I know I'm immensely late to this "party", but I can't help laughing at how this guy, seemingly straight faced serious over his project, churns out one page of the effort after almost a decade. Christ, I actually forgot how long this shenanigan's been going on for. Like Space Yeow said I am genuinely curious whether this is some half baked idea meant to partially troll comic fans. How do you honestly defend yourself when you have all but a single page to show for in 8, freaking years? Even by Penders' own, flimsy argument standards this one seems a tough one to talk your way out of.
  2. Looks like seeing Infinity War is out of the question for me.  The cheapest cinema around is remodelling and the ones that aren't are asking an arm and a leg.  To cut to the chase, this bites.

  3. QuantumEdge

    IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog

    Not sure if #4 is my favourite so far, but Evan certainly provides my favourite artwork in this comic so far. As brief as it was, I liked Tangle and just seeing Blaze after all this time was good all on its own. Action seemed a lot tighter and better presented than usual too. It's not been stellar work, but the book's got me invested enough to keep going. Can we just... get a better plot next time though?
  4. QuantumEdge

    IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog

    I binged #2 & #3 today and really the best I can sum it up as is this: flimsy plot, great character bouncing. I think the poor, repetitive story beats encouraged Ian to really give us his A game in getting Tails, Amy and Knuckles to mesh so brilliantly with Sonic. Shame Rough and Tumble are only here to, I assume, keep the villains from simply being another Badnik horde, since they're pretty bland otherwise. Hopefully that name drop of the Hooligans was meant as something more than a simple easter egg. Also, I don't what he's been doing specifically, but ABT must have spent the gap between Archie's cancellation and IDW's revival sharpening up his skills. It's simply astonishing to compare his earliest Archie work with his recent stuff. Shame Jennifer's had a more opposite effect. So far, I think it's not the perfect start (the plots and the fact that it's a Forces follow up do not help it in the slightest), but I do appreciate the heapings of effort being thrown in. On a final note of praise, I absolutely loved how Sonic kept rebuffing Amy's attempts at joining Sega's version of the Freedom Fighters. Great to see his soldier under orders days are over and we're finally back to his free roaming spirit persona.
  5. QuantumEdge

    Channel Awesome Was Not So Awesome

    I wonder if this means we'll be seeing some reaction, or apology of some sort. I know he's not really the guy who's at fault, but he certainly hasn't been helping any of the problems that unfolded over the years.
  6. I'd like to point out the echidnas put on the chopping block were, if I'm right, made up of no characters of any particular importance. I can't even think of someone with a name who got killed in the Egg Grapes. Really he's getting bitter over cast members that were just there to have something in the background. My only guess is because it disrupted his utopia world he'd made, where no threat could ever make any real trouble and therefore no interesting stories occurred. Thank god Ian didn't have Ken as a co-writer like Karl did. Otherwise he'd probably have stories made to pretty much spite him.
  7. Oh, sure now I remember you can ride bears in BOTW when I'm going to bed...

  8. QuantumEdge

    How Would You Feel About a Future-Setting Zelda Title?

    If they could marry the ancient-futurism of BOTW and the more down to earth, 19th century styles of Spirit Tracks, then I'd be totally down for such a romp. I've always thought that a contrast between advanced technology and lonely wilds sounded a wonderful premise for a Zelda game and I think BOTW provides a slight taste of one. Expanding upon it just seems a natural course to me.
  9. QuantumEdge

    Sonic Mania Adventures (Part 3 Coming Soon)

    *Starts watching first episode and gets to Eggman and Sonic in a slap fight* At last, the duel we have all been waiting for... Can we just get a whole bunch of these together and make an anthology show out of them Looney Tunes/Tom & Jerry style? As hilarious as Boom is, I wouldn't mind getting an extra show. Besides Tyson Hesse's talent needs to be fully utilised.
  10. QuantumEdge

    IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog

    Diana Skelly should have been confirmed ages ago if they are planning on having her on board. Although he's probably here in a covers only capacity, having Jon Gray do pages again would be a good bit of fun. I'd also like to say Ben Bates, but I have no idea if he's busy with something else (EDIT: Yes, he is indeed busy with something else). On a sidenote, we've reached 252 pages with this thread. Welp, time to reboot without telling anyone it's a reboot.
  11. @Balding Spider Have you ever read DC's Cosmic Odyssey?  I was thinking of trying it, but I want to hear a second opinion to see whether or not I'm just going to be there for Mignola's art and nothing more.

    1. Balding Spider

      Balding Spider

      I haven't read that sorry.

    2. QuantumEdge

      QuantumEdge

      Ah, guess I'll just throw myself into it anyway.  I'll let you know if it's a definite read.

    3. Balding Spider

      Balding Spider

      Thanks, let me know

  12. QuantumEdge

    IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog

    I'm honestly not going to keep my hopes up with the FFs, positive vagueness or not. Even if they will show up, I find it a little bit hard to see them pop up as soon as next year. Not saying they wouldn't be welcome, because they are, but I don't want to set myself up for getting burned. My big gripe though lies with Mighty and Ray. Possibly the Hooligans as well. That Classic/Mania only segregation is one big pile of total bull. There's just no need to make it this complicated. It's not helped by the fact that the duo were pretty good as characters in the old volumes and if the Hooligans are going the same way, then IDW's just lost themselves cast members a lot would consider too good to lose. Although if they are open, then that just makes the exclusion of M&R all the more idiotic.
  13. Do you have a favourite British locomotive? I think mine happens to be Cock O' The North

  14. QuantumEdge

    IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog

    Personally I'd like Ian to go into Mighty's pacifism that the Knuckles Chaotix manual stated. His reboot incarnation was nice and all, but the whole temper problem he had felt too cliché.
  15. Did anyone else feel like they'd walked into an episode of Avatar when reaching Kakariko in BOTW?

    1. Polkadi

      Polkadi

      A little... In the mountains, peaceful town, wacky people, and there was a single colour theme.

    2. QuantumEdge

      QuantumEdge

      The music feels familiar too, as does the architecture.  Although I kinda doubt the show had much influence on the game itself and was more the case of both of them being massive fans of Japanese culture :P

    3. ThePrinceOfSaiyans

      ThePrinceOfSaiyans

      There are a few moments in the game that had an Avatar sorta vibe. Being incapacitated for 100 years was probably the biggest, lol.

    4. QuantumEdge

      QuantumEdge

      I feel like such a dunce for not thinking of that parallel...:wacko:

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