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8th Jul '17 7:27:45 PM H8FearADRLuv
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* It's brilliant when you hear about Brushogun's backstory, how [[spoiler: it all started because he was an ordinary artist who dreamed of bringing his drawing of women to life. In a sense, Brushogun is Robin's ShadowArchetype and {{Foil}}.]] On one hand, [[spoiler: we have Robin who already has a girl in his life (Starfire), but is too focused and serious to see what he has.]] On the other hand, [[spoiler: we have Brushogun, who was probably lonely and resorted to black magic to bring his drawing of a woman to life.]] Granted [[spoiler: he's not really the bad guy of the movie, Brushogun has ultimately [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything grown old and alone]], a shell of his former self.]]

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* It's brilliant when you hear about Brushogun's backstory, how [[spoiler: it all started because he was an ordinary artist who dreamed of bringing his drawing of women to life. In a sense, Brushogun is Robin's ShadowArchetype and {{Foil}}.]] On one hand, [[spoiler: we have Robin who already has a girl in his life (Starfire), but is too focused and serious to see what he has.]] On the other hand, [[spoiler: we have Brushogun, who was probably lonely and resorted to black magic to bring his drawing of a woman to life.]] Granted [[spoiler: he's not really the bad guy of the movie, Brushogun has ultimately [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything grown old and alone]], a shell of his former self. Whereas Robin ultimately recognizes how important Starfire is to him, makes up with her, and they finally share a BigDamnKiss, marking the start of them living their lives.]]
1st Jul '17 8:32:45 AM H8FearADRLuv
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* It's brilliant when you hear about Brushogun's backstory, how [[spoiler: it all started because he was an ordinary artist who dreamed of bringing his drawing of women to life. In a sense, Brushogun is Robin's ShadowArchetype and {{Foil}}.]] On one hand, [[spoiler: we have Robin who already has a girl in his life (Starfire), but is too focused and serious to see what he has.]] On the other hand, [[spoiler: we have Brushogun, who was probably lonely and resorted to black magic to bring his drawing of a woman to life.]] Granted [[spoiler: he's not really the bad guy of the movie, Brushogun has ultimately [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything grown old and alone]], a shell of his former self.]]
18th Sep '16 3:53:47 PM Monolaf317
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* This one straddles between Fridge Brilliance and Fridge Horror. After revealing Brushogun's name, Saico-Tek kicks open a fire sprinkler and disappears. We later realize that [[spoiler:Saico-Tek washed away from the water]]. Now if we think about this, by revealing Brushogun was an act of betraying his master. And considering the old traditions of Japan, [[spoiler: Saico-Tek committed seppuku, a form of ritualistic suicide to atone for his failure.]]

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* This one straddles between Fridge Brilliance and Fridge Horror. After revealing Brushogun's name, Saico-Tek kicks open a fire sprinkler and disappears. We later realize that [[spoiler:Saico-Tek washed away from the water]]. Now if we think about this, by revealing Brushogun was an act of betraying his master. And considering the old traditions of Japan, [[spoiler: Saico-Tek committed seppuku, a form of ritualistic suicide to atone for his failure.]]]]
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31st Oct '15 3:33:17 AM Taxima
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* Beast Boy jokes that Saico-Tek wasn't waterproof. [[spoiler: And, at the end, it turns out that [[TheCuckoolanderWasRight he was right]], because Saico-Tek was made of ink.]]

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* Beast Boy jokes that Saico-Tek wasn't waterproof. [[spoiler: And, at the end, it turns out that [[TheCuckoolanderWasRight he was right]], because Saico-Tek was made of ink.]]
* This one straddles between Fridge Brilliance and Fridge Horror. After revealing Brushogun's name, Saico-Tek kicks open a fire sprinkler and disappears. We later realize that [[spoiler:Saico-Tek washed away from the water]]. Now if we think about this, by revealing Brushogun was an act of betraying his master. And considering the old traditions of Japan, [[spoiler: Saico-Tek committed seppuku, a form of ritualistic suicide to atone for his failure.
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11th Nov '13 6:50:46 PM WanderingBrowser
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* The basic colors of all Brushogun's creatures - ''cyan, magenta, yellow and black.''
* Beast Boy jokes that Saico-Tek wasn't waterproof. [[spoiler: Though, at the end, it turned out that [[TheCuckoolanderWasRight he was right]], because Saico-Tek was made of ink.]]

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* The basic colors of all Brushogun's creatures - ''cyan, magenta, yellow and black.''
black''. For those not aware, these are the basic colors used in ''printer ink''.
* Beast Boy jokes that Saico-Tek wasn't waterproof. [[spoiler: Though, And, at the end, it turned turns out that [[TheCuckoolanderWasRight he was right]], because Saico-Tek was made of ink.]]
3rd Jun '13 9:23:16 AM nicholasemjohnson
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* When Saico-Tek is being interrogated by Robin, he is utterly terrified. [[spoiler: While ranting, he says, "He is angry, cruel! He will arrest me!" Knowing the ending, think long and hard about the implications of that last sentence.]]

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* When Saico-Tek is being interrogated by Robin, he is utterly terrified. [[spoiler: While ranting, he says, "He is angry, cruel! He will arrest erase me!" Knowing the ending, think long and hard about the implications of that last sentence.]]



* Beast Boy jokes that Saico-Tek wasn't waterproof.

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* Beast Boy jokes that Saico-Tek wasn't waterproof. [[spoiler: Though, at the end, it turned out that [[TheCuckoolanderWasRight he was right]], because Saico-Tek was made of ink.]]
20th Mar '13 10:28:49 PM Gillywood117
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* The basic colors of all Brushogun's creatures - ''cyan, magenta, yellow and black.''

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* The basic colors of all Brushogun's creatures - ''cyan, magenta, yellow and black.''''
* Beast Boy jokes that Saico-Tek wasn't waterproof.
20th Mar '13 10:26:45 PM Gillywood117
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* When Saico-Tek is being interrogated by Robin, he is utterly terrified. [[spoiler: While ranting, he says, "He is angry, cruel! He will arrest me!" Knowing the ending, think long and hard about the implications of that last sentence...]]

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* When Saico-Tek is being interrogated by Robin, he is utterly terrified. [[spoiler: While ranting, he says, "He is angry, cruel! He will arrest me!" Knowing the ending, think long and hard about the implications of that last sentence...sentence.]]
20th Mar '13 10:26:27 PM Gillywood117
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* When Saico-Tek is being interrogated by Robin, he is utterly terrified. [[spoiler: While ranting, he says, "He is angry, cruel! He will arrest me!" Knowing the ending, think long and hard about the implications of that last sentence...]]
2nd Nov '12 7:28:04 PM TVRulezAgain
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* Robin's apparently lethal beat-down of Saico-Tek in Tokyo seems out of character for someone who was trained by Batman, who takes ThouShaltNotKill so seriously he even spares {{Complete Monster}}s like the Joker. However, it's shown at several points in the series that Robin, for all his training (or perhaps because of it), has quite the [[UnstoppableRage inner rage problem]], and control issues to boot. The [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown beatdown]] he gives Saico-Tek is ''identical'' to the one he unleashed against the Slade-bots in the first season's two-parter finale. You know, the one where he ''frightened'' the other Teen Titans and almost went psychotic on an innocent civilian he spotted near the scene? And all because he kept getting the run-around from Slade?

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* Robin's apparently lethal beat-down of Saico-Tek in Tokyo seems out of character for someone who was trained by Batman, who takes ThouShaltNotKill so seriously he even spares {{Complete Monster}}s like the Joker. However, it's shown at several points in the series that Robin, for all his training (or perhaps because of it), has quite the [[UnstoppableRage inner rage problem]], and control issues to boot. The [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown beatdown]] he gives Saico-Tek is ''identical'' to the one he unleashed against the Slade-bots in the first season's two-parter finale. You know, the one where he ''frightened'' the other Teen Titans and almost went psychotic on an innocent civilian he spotted near the scene? And all because he kept getting the run-around from Slade?



* Note the basic colors of all Brushogun's creatures - ''cyan, magenta, yellow and black.''

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* Note the The basic colors of all Brushogun's creatures - ''cyan, magenta, yellow and black.''
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