History Film / PuppetMaster

21st Apr '16 12:29:57 AM BehaviourAye
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** Oh ''GOD''. Applies to [[spoiler:how the puppets got away from Camille Kenney after Part II, how the puppets got from Rick Myers to Peter Hertz between Part 5 and The Legacy, how the puppets got back to Bodega Bay Inn following Curse of the Puppet Master, and most recently how they got back to Bodega Bay Inn between the events of Axis of Evil and the parts of the first film taking place in the present. Theories abound, but fans are pretty sure that the filmmakers [[{{TheyJustDidntCare}} just don't care]]]]. Interestingly Fanon prior to Legacy made some sense, assuming that Curse came after Part II so the puppets [[spoiler:didn't have to make 2 off-screen trips back to the Bodega Bay Inn]]

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** Oh ''GOD''.''boy''. Applies to [[spoiler:how the puppets got away from Camille Kenney after Part II, how the puppets got from Rick Myers to Peter Hertz between Part 5 and The Legacy, how the puppets got back to Bodega Bay Inn following Curse of the Puppet Master, and most recently how they got back to Bodega Bay Inn between the events of Axis of Evil and the parts of the first film taking place in the present. Theories abound, but fans are pretty sure that the filmmakers [[{{TheyJustDidntCare}} just don't care]]]]. Interestingly Fanon prior to Legacy made some sense, assuming that Curse came after Part II so the puppets [[spoiler:didn't have to make 2 off-screen trips back to the Bodega Bay Inn]]
19th Apr '16 11:28:20 AM erforce
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* AssholeVictim: The "IndianaJones" kid in part II, Cameron in part 4, and Joey in ''Curse Of The Puppet Master''

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* AssholeVictim: The "IndianaJones" "Franchise/IndianaJones" kid in part II, Cameron in part 4, and Joey in ''Curse Of The Puppet Master''
29th Feb '16 6:34:21 PM SarcasmKid
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The series has recently been revived as a comic book series by Action Lab Entertainment, and is actually following up on some loose threads from the sequels, including what happened after the ending of ''II''.

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The series has recently been revived as a comic book series by Action Lab Entertainment, and is actually following up on some loose threads from the sequels, including what happened after the ending of ''II''.
''II''. It seems the series is making an attempt at addressing some of the contradictions in the sequels.
29th Feb '16 6:32:36 PM SarcasmKid
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** [[spoiler: Neil Gallagher ''again'' in the comic series, and he keeps coming back no matter how many times he dies.]]


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* TheBusCameBack: [[spoiler: The Action Lab series features the return of Neil Gallagher and Camille.]]
* BusCrash: [[spoiler: The comic series reveals that Megan Gallagher died in a car crash.]]
25th Dec '15 8:36:05 AM Discar
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The series has recently been revived as a comic book series by Action Lab Entertainment, and is actually following up on some loose threads from the sequels, including [[spoiler: what happened after the ending of ''II'' and the whereabouts of the puppetized Camille.]]

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The series has recently been revived as a comic book series by Action Lab Entertainment, and is actually following up on some loose threads from the sequels, including [[spoiler: what happened after the ending of ''II'' and the whereabouts of the puppetized Camille.]]
''II''.
25th Nov '15 11:50:14 PM SarcasmKid
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The series has recently been revived as a comic book series by Action Lab Entertainment, and is actually following up on some loose threads from the sequels, including [[spoiler: what happened after the ending of ''II'' and the whereabouts of the puppetized Camille.]]
28th Sep '15 8:57:55 PM NOYB
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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: The puppet's motivations change over the course of the series. In the first two movies they're evil, willing to kill innocent people to serve thier master's ambitions--Gallagher murdering his colleagues to prevent them from discovering he learned Toulon's secret, and Toulon harvesting people to brew more serum to reanimate himself and his "wife" into human-sized bodies--though the puppets have their limits on how much evil they'll tolerate from their masters. ''Toulon's Revenge'' reveals that all the puppets have been victims of cruelty and murder, reanimated into a second life to fight back, and from this point they fight to protect their masters from the servants of Sutekh (IV, V, and ''Retro'') and antagonistic humans (''Curse'' and the ''Axis'' films).

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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: The puppet's motivations change over the course of the series. In the first two movies they're evil, willing to kill innocent people to serve thier their master's ambitions--Gallagher murdering his colleagues to prevent them from discovering he learned Toulon's secret, and Toulon harvesting people to brew more serum to reanimate himself and his "wife" into human-sized bodies--though the puppets have their limits on how much evil they'll tolerate from their masters. ''Toulon's Revenge'' reveals that all the puppets have been victims of cruelty and murder, reanimated into a second life to fight back, and from this point they fight to protect their masters from the servants of Sutekh (IV, V, and ''Retro'') and antagonistic humans (''Curse'' and the ''Axis'' films).
6th Sep '15 7:26:57 PM SarcasmKid
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* CameBackWrong: [[spoiler: Possibly why Toulon was a villain in the second film. The recent comic book adaption from Action Lab Entertainment presents the notion that the reason Toulon was insane in that film was because, when his body had been revived, his brain was too decomposed and he wasn't thinking properly.]]
24th Aug '15 8:54:41 PM Homemaderat
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* BackFromTheDead: [[spoiler: Neil Gallagher in the first and Andre Toulon in the second.]]

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* BackFromTheDead: [[spoiler: Neil Gallagher in the first and Andre Toulon in the second. And technically all the puppets.]]
24th Aug '15 8:52:05 PM Homemaderat
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** The oriental puppet, Gengie, in the beginning of the first film. Although he was placed in the trunk with the other puppets, he was never seen again. Not even in the sequels.

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** The oriental puppet, Gengie, puppet and unanimated indian puppet are shown in the beginning of the very first film. Although he was placed in film but only at the trunk with start. In Axis of Evil, they are still there when Danny opens up the other puppets, he was trunk. However it's never seen again. Not even in the sequels.shown if they get animated or what could possibly happen to them.


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** Axis so far leaves open doors. Ninja is presumed dead from the explosion in Axis of Evil. As are the Nazi puppets in Axis Rising. At least for now that is.
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