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9th Dec '17 5:23:15 PM Tomodachi
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** TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter/DragonBallSuper
23rd Nov '17 11:19:47 AM Vrahno
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** The Vahki made a huge impact on fans in the 2004 web animations and tv commercial, which portrayed them as merciless, extremely efficient and creepy law enforcers that keep the city in a constant ''Literature/NineteenEightyFour''-esque state. They had powerful abilities, could show up everywhere, attacked in swarms, and being fully robotic, had no reason to care about their lives. This depiction never came up elsewhere; the comics, books and movie turned them into disposable {{Mooks}} easily beaten though convenient circumstances and barely ever using their powers. The writer [[CreatorsPest hated them so much]], he wrote them out of the story.
18th Nov '17 8:11:05 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Mick Foley said this about Taka Michinoku: "If the WWF was about talent, Taka Michinoku would have been WWF champion". Never happened because Taka isn't a tall steroid gobbling white bodybuilder.

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* Mick Foley Wrestling/MickFoley said this about Taka Michinoku: Wrestling/TakaMichinoku: "If the WWF was about talent, Taka Michinoku would have been WWF champion". Never happened because Taka isn't a tall steroid gobbling white bodybuilder.
16th Nov '17 1:30:05 AM Cryoclaste
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* ''Webcomic/VGCats'': To say the least, Ramsoomair's style was good back in the day. He made a number of jokes about ''StarFox'', but the only time anyone actually got to see how he would draw any of the characters aside from Slippy Toad was in the strip where [[YaoiFangirl Aeris]] imagines Fox & Falco having sex while making bad in-jokes... with Wolf presumably joining in later.

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* ''Webcomic/VGCats'': To say the least, Ramsoomair's style was good back in the day. He made a number of jokes about ''StarFox'', ''VideoGame/StarFox'', but the only time anyone actually got to see how he would draw any of the characters aside from Slippy Toad was in the strip where [[YaoiFangirl Aeris]] imagines Fox & Falco having sex while making bad in-jokes... with Wolf presumably joining in later.
7th Nov '17 12:08:40 PM Colin266
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** However, the directors have acknowledged his popularity, and have gone on record saying that if a sequel is made, he will have a bigger role.
28th Oct '17 2:00:52 PM StFan
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* Galaxoid and Nebular, the two aliens Calvin sells the Earth to in ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'', could've been fun characters. Problem is, they were introduced ''extremely'' late into the strip (two months before it ended), and thus were only featured in two arcs.
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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsFriendshipGames'': The [[OpposingSportsTeam Shadowbolts]] weren't given much screen time -- surprising since they're the focus of the toyline (along with the protagonists, of course), were among the first things leaked and/or formally revealed about the film, and promotional materials (such as posts by the official ''My Little Pony'' facebook page and the official Equestria Girls website) pushed [[CounterpartComparison parallels between them and the Humane 6]] and gave interesting character traits [[InformedAttribute that are, for the most part, unexplored in the film proper]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsFriendshipGames'': The [[OpposingSportsTeam Shadowbolts]] weren't given much screen time -- surprising since they're the focus of the toyline (along with the protagonists, of course), were among the first things leaked and/or formally revealed about the film, and promotional materials (such as posts by the official ''My Little Pony'' facebook page and the official Equestria Girls website) pushed [[CounterpartComparison parallels between them and the Humane 6]] Six]] and gave interesting character traits [[InformedAttribute that are, for the most part, unexplored in the film proper]].



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* Galaxoid and Nebular, the two aliens Calvin sells the Earth to in ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'', could've been fun characters. Problem is, they were introduced ''extremely'' late into the strip (two months before it ended), and thus were only featured in two arcs.
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* Galaxoid and Nebular, the two aliens Calvin sells the Earth to in ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'', could've been fun characters. Problem is, they were introduced ''extremely'' late into the strip (two months before it ended), and thus were only featured in two arcs.
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* ''Machinima/SBBBrothers'':
** Presumably; this was what the producer thought about Kristen and Roscoe. Before he canceled the original ''Sims Big Brother 7'', the two were brought back as the guest star players. Both were evicted second and didn't have a chance to develop (That and SRN admits that he had almost ''no'' creativity while working on ''Sims Big Brother 4'' anyways; and [[SeinfeldIsUnfunny it shows]].) However when the viewers chose the cast of ''All stars'', Roscoe sadly didn't make the cut (He ''did'' have several amusing moments; though, more than can be said for Kristen) but Kristen was one of two people from season 4 that made it in - the other was Johnny. Kristen wasn't even a ''producer's choice''!
** Unfortunately; the same could be said about a lot of the big brother 4 cast. CJ seemed almost a background prop despite being popular enough to win (Viewers voted on the winner) Brian and Sam seemed to be in control of the game, heck, Sam is the only player who was ''never nominated''.
** The viewers also thought this about Dana, too. Dana was another early boot from Big Brother season 2 but was voted in as well.
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* ''WebVideo/SBBBrothers'':
** Presumably; this was what the producer thought about Kristen and Roscoe. Before he canceled the original ''Sims Big Brother 7'', the two were brought back as the guest star players. Both were evicted second and didn't have a chance to develop (That and SRN admits that he had almost ''no'' creativity while working on ''Sims Big Brother 4'' anyways; and [[SeinfeldIsUnfunny it shows]].) However when the viewers chose the cast of ''All stars'', Roscoe sadly didn't make the cut (He ''did'' have several amusing moments; though, more than can be said for Kristen) but Kristen was one of two people from season 4 that made it in - the other was Johnny. Kristen wasn't even a ''producer's choice''!
** Unfortunately; the same could be said about a lot of the big brother 4 cast. CJ seemed almost a background prop despite being popular enough to win (Viewers voted on the winner) Brian and Sam seemed to be in control of the game, heck, Sam is the only player who was ''never nominated''.
** The viewers also thought this about Dana, too. Dana was another early boot from Big Brother season 2 but was voted in as well.

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* ''WebVideo/SBBBrothers'':
** Presumably; this was what the producer thought about Kristen and Roscoe. Before he canceled the original ''Sims Big Brother 7'', the two were brought back as the guest star players. Both were evicted second and didn't have a chance to develop (That and SRN admits that he had almost ''no'' creativity while working on ''Sims Big Brother 4'' anyways; and [[SeinfeldIsUnfunny it shows]].) However when the viewers chose the cast of ''All stars'', Roscoe sadly didn't make the cut (He ''did'' have several amusing moments; though, more than can be said for Kristen) but Kristen was one of two people from season 4 that made it in - the other was Johnny. Kristen wasn't even a ''producer's choice''!
** Unfortunately; the same could be said about a lot of the big brother 4 cast. CJ seemed almost a background prop despite being popular enough to win (Viewers voted on the winner) Brian and Sam seemed to be in control of the game, heck, Sam is the only player who was ''never nominated''.
** The viewers also thought this about Dana, too. Dana was another early boot from Big Brother season 2 but was voted in as well.
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22nd Oct '17 5:19:25 PM Zaptech
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* Many fans feel this way about ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}''[='s=] Pyrrha Nikos and Penny Polendina. Pyrrha was a BrokenAce of sorts - a girl who excelled at everything and won many awards that a lot of people felt they were not good enough to even be her friend while Penny was a military-grade robot in the form of a teenage girl who formed a bond with main heroine Ruby Rose. Up until Volume 3, we watched the two grow and evolve somewhat and Volume 3 seemed to show them wanting to branch off into bigger things. [[spoiler:By the end of the volume, both girls are killed by the diabolical plans of [[BigBad Cinder Fall]].]]
24th Sep '17 4:05:04 PM HelloLamppost
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* In the Silver and Bronze Age, Superman had an occasionally recurring SpacePirate enemy named Amalak. He was very much a C-lister, but in his very last Pre-Crisis story, he received a [[TookALevelInBadAss villainous upgrade]] with a creepy BadAssBeard and returned on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge that involved unleashing a [[{{Kaiju}} giant monster]] on Metropolis -- which [[NightmareRetardant unfortunately was drawn in a way that was more cute than scary.]] Still, goofy giant monster notwithstanding, the effort to make Amalak himself into a more serious threat actually worked well. Sadly, he died at the end of the storyline. Oddly, one of the very last Pre-Crisis Superman stories involved an encounter with an alien who looked exactly like Silver Age Amalak, but he is given a different name in the story and nobody notes the resemblance.

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* In the Silver and Bronze Age, Superman had an occasionally recurring SpacePirate enemy named Amalak. He was very much a C-lister, but in his very last Pre-Crisis story, he received a [[TookALevelInBadAss villainous upgrade]] with a creepy BadAssBeard and returned on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge that involved unleashing a [[{{Kaiju}} giant monster]] on Metropolis -- which [[NightmareRetardant unfortunately was drawn in a way that was more cute than scary.]] Still, goofy giant monster notwithstanding, the effort to make Amalak himself into a more serious threat actually worked well. Sadly, he died at the end of the storyline. Oddly, one of the very last Pre-Crisis Superman stories involved involves an encounter with an alien who looked looks exactly like Silver Age Amalak, but he who is given a different name in the story story, and nobody notes the resemblance.
24th Sep '17 4:04:28 PM HelloLamppost
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* In the Silver and Bronze Age, Superman had an occasionally recurring SpacePirate enemy named Amalak. He was very much a C-lister, but in his very last Pre-Crisis story, he received a [[TookALevelInBadAss villainous upgrade]] with a creepy BadAssBeard and returned on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge that involved unleashing a [[{{Kaiju}} giant monster]] on Metropolis -- which [[NightmareRetardant unfortunately was drawn in a way that was more cute than scary.]] Still, the effort to make Amalak into a more serious-seeming threat actually worked pretty well. Sadly, he died at the end of the storyline. Oddly, one of the very last Pre-Crisis Superman stories involved an encounter with an alien who looked exactly like Silver Age Amalak, but he is given a different name in the story and nobody notes the resemblance.

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* In the Silver and Bronze Age, Superman had an occasionally recurring SpacePirate enemy named Amalak. He was very much a C-lister, but in his very last Pre-Crisis story, he received a [[TookALevelInBadAss villainous upgrade]] with a creepy BadAssBeard and returned on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge that involved unleashing a [[{{Kaiju}} giant monster]] on Metropolis -- which [[NightmareRetardant unfortunately was drawn in a way that was more cute than scary.]] Still, goofy giant monster notwithstanding, the effort to make Amalak himself into a more serious-seeming serious threat actually worked pretty well. Sadly, he died at the end of the storyline. Oddly, one of the very last Pre-Crisis Superman stories involved an encounter with an alien who looked exactly like Silver Age Amalak, but he is given a different name in the story and nobody notes the resemblance.
24th Sep '17 4:03:01 PM HelloLamppost
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* In the Silver and Bronze Age, Superman has a very occasionally recurring space pirate enemy named Amalak. He was very much a C-lister, but in his very last Pre-Crisis story, he received a [[TookALevelInBadAss villainous upgrade]] with a creepy BadAssBeard and returned on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge that involved unleashing a [[{{Kaiju}} giant monster]] on Metropolis -- which [[NightmareRetardant unfortunately was drawn in a way that was more cute than scary.]] Still, the effort to make Amalak into a more serious-seeming threat actually worked pretty well. Sadly, he died at the end of the storyline. Oddly, one of the very last Pre-Crisis Superman stories involved an encounter with an alien who looked exactly like Silver Age Amalak, but he is given a different name in the story and nobody notes the resemblance.

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* In the Silver and Bronze Age, Superman has a very had an occasionally recurring space pirate SpacePirate enemy named Amalak. He was very much a C-lister, but in his very last Pre-Crisis story, he received a [[TookALevelInBadAss villainous upgrade]] with a creepy BadAssBeard and returned on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge that involved unleashing a [[{{Kaiju}} giant monster]] on Metropolis -- which [[NightmareRetardant unfortunately was drawn in a way that was more cute than scary.]] Still, the effort to make Amalak into a more serious-seeming threat actually worked pretty well. Sadly, he died at the end of the storyline. Oddly, one of the very last Pre-Crisis Superman stories involved an encounter with an alien who looked exactly like Silver Age Amalak, but he is given a different name in the story and nobody notes the resemblance.
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