History WMG / Megamind

2nd Mar '16 6:52:11 PM Taxima
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** And then there's the thought of what must be billions to trillions of dollars worth of property damage over is career.

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** * And then there's the thought of what must be millions to billions to trillions of dollars worth of property damage over is career.
2nd Mar '16 6:51:19 PM Taxima
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** And then there's the thought of what must be billions to trillions of dollars worth of property damage over is career.
25th Feb '16 12:59:09 AM Nakuyabi
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** For that matter, "greatness" leaves a lot of latitude for interpretation; Adolf Hitler and Winston Churchill were both "great" men... but for very different reasons, and in complete opposition to each other. Metro Man and Megamind are also very "great" men throughout the movie, also for very different reasons, albeit [[NotSoDifferent not in such complete opposition]] as they might appear to be at first.
25th Feb '16 12:49:57 AM Nakuyabi
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One of the extraterrestrial species shown celebrating at the end of ''WesternAnimation/{{Home}}'' is a bunch of bald blue people similar to Megamind's species except for having beady little bug eyes; possibly relatives to his people the way the Supergirl's people on Argos were to Superman's people on Krypton? My theory is that the Boov invasion occurred right before Megamind's victory over Metro Man; the Boov scouts detected that Metro City had super-powered aliens present whose powers and technology easily exceeded their own, and instructed their navigational computers steer everyone clear of the place. Hence, the citizens of Metro City and the counties surrounding it weren't relocated and the region was not occupied. The Boov and their extraterrestrial colleagues did eventually make contact with Megamind (sometime right before they had their galactic housewarming party), but only after the end of this movie.

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One of the extraterrestrial species shown celebrating at the end of ''WesternAnimation/{{Home}}'' is a bunch of bald blue people similar to Megamind's species except for having beady little bug eyes; possibly relatives to his people the way the Supergirl's people on Argos were to Superman's people on Krypton? My theory is that the Boov invasion occurred right before Megamind's victory over Metro Man; the Boov scouts detected that Metro City had super-powered aliens present whose powers and technology easily exceeded their own, and instructed their navigational computers to steer everyone clear of the place. Hence, the citizens of Metro City and the counties surrounding it weren't relocated and the region was not occupied. The Boov and their extraterrestrial colleagues did eventually make contact with Megamind (sometime right before they had their galactic housewarming party), but only after the end of this movie.
24th Feb '16 2:07:08 PM Nakuyabi
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One of the extraterrestrial species shown celebrating at the end of WesternAnimation/{{Home}} is a bunch of bald blue people similar to Megamind's species except for having beady little bug eyes; possibly relatives to his people the way the Supergirl's people on Argos were to Superman's people on Krypton? My theory is that the Boov invasion occurred right before Megamind's victory over Metro Man; the Boov scouts detected that Metro City had super-powered aliens present whose powers and technology easily exceeded their own, and instructed their navigational computers steer everyone clear of the place. Hence, the citizens of Metro City and the counties surrounding it weren't relocated and the region was not occupied. The Boov and their extraterrestrial colleagues did eventually make contact with Megamind (sometime right before they had their galactic housewarming party), but only after the end of this movie.

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One of the extraterrestrial species shown celebrating at the end of WesternAnimation/{{Home}} ''WesternAnimation/{{Home}}'' is a bunch of bald blue people similar to Megamind's species except for having beady little bug eyes; possibly relatives to his people the way the Supergirl's people on Argos were to Superman's people on Krypton? My theory is that the Boov invasion occurred right before Megamind's victory over Metro Man; the Boov scouts detected that Metro City had super-powered aliens present whose powers and technology easily exceeded their own, and instructed their navigational computers steer everyone clear of the place. Hence, the citizens of Metro City and the counties surrounding it weren't relocated and the region was not occupied. The Boov and their extraterrestrial colleagues did eventually make contact with Megamind (sometime right before they had their galactic housewarming party), but only after the end of this movie.
24th Feb '16 2:04:44 PM Nakuyabi
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[[WMG: The rest of the world was too busy dealing with the [[WesternAnimation/{{Home}} Boov occupation]] to help Metro City.]]
One of the extraterrestrial species shown celebrating at the end of WesternAnimation/{{Home}} is a bunch of bald blue people similar to Megamind's species except for having beady little bug eyes; possibly relatives to his people the way the Supergirl's people on Argos were to Superman's people on Krypton? My theory is that the Boov invasion occurred right before Megamind's victory over Metro Man; the Boov scouts detected that Metro City had super-powered aliens present whose powers and technology easily exceeded their own, and instructed their navigational computers steer everyone clear of the place. Hence, the citizens of Metro City and the counties surrounding it weren't relocated and the region was not occupied. The Boov and their extraterrestrial colleagues did eventually make contact with Megamind (sometime right before they had their galactic housewarming party), but only after the end of this movie.
25th Dec '15 6:23:33 PM nombretomado
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* The whole SharedUniverse theory for these films holds a lot of water. They both serve as an AffectionateParody on SilverAge entertainment, [[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever monster flicks]] and comics respectively. They share similar design concepts and seem to obey the same general rules. Maybe Creator/DreamWorks plans to do a crossover film in the future?

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* The whole SharedUniverse theory for these films holds a lot of water. They both serve as an AffectionateParody on SilverAge [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] entertainment, [[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever monster flicks]] and comics respectively. They share similar design concepts and seem to obey the same general rules. Maybe Creator/DreamWorks plans to do a crossover film in the future?



* He then begins to develop all sorts of strange gadgets and odd technology, just like the [[TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] heroes did (Batman's gadgets anyone?)

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* He then begins to develop all sorts of strange gadgets and odd technology, just like the [[TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] heroes did (Batman's gadgets anyone?)
6th Nov '15 4:03:18 PM nombretomado
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* So Metro Man is going from Superman to TheQuestion?

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* So Metro Man is going from Superman to TheQuestion?
ComicBook/TheQuestion?
23rd Aug '15 9:42:41 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Megamind is a prequel to MonstersVSAliens...]]

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[[WMG: Megamind is a prequel to MonstersVSAliens...''WesternAnimation/MonstersVSAliens''...]]
20th Jun '15 7:21:33 PM nombretomado
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They knew each other since childhood, and even went to school together. Megamind explicitly states that they chose their own monikers, but not until they had fallen into the roles of Hero and Villain. Since they've known each other all their lives, it makes sense that they'd know each others real names (or at least those given by their adoptive parents). Yet Megamind keeps calling Metro Man "Mr Goody Twoshoes", and Metro Man calls Megamind "Little Buddy". So it follows that maybe those ''are'' their names. Sort of like how in KillBill, we think Bill keeps calling The Bride "Kiddo" as an affectionate nickname, but it turns out to actually be her last name.

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They knew each other since childhood, and even went to school together. Megamind explicitly states that they chose their own monikers, but not until they had fallen into the roles of Hero and Villain. Since they've known each other all their lives, it makes sense that they'd know each others real names (or at least those given by their adoptive parents). Yet Megamind keeps calling Metro Man "Mr Goody Twoshoes", and Metro Man calls Megamind "Little Buddy". So it follows that maybe those ''are'' their names. Sort of like how in KillBill, ''Film/KillBill'', we think Bill keeps calling The Bride "Kiddo" as an affectionate nickname, but it turns out to actually be her last name.
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