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  • Originally posted by Rocketwebshow View Post
    With the mastery your staff has of both Pulp and Sci-Fi storytelling, the license I would most like to see Dynamite Entertainment pick up would be Blade Runner.

    The continuation or expansion of the gritty Universe created by Ridley Scott opens a million doors in storytelling directions giving the readers a good window into that expansive world of countless stories from both old characters and new!
    That's probably more complicated now that they are doing a sequel.

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    • Well, now, apparently, the Legion of Super-Heroes, cancelled in August. It didn't fit with the ickiness of the New 52 anyway. Okay, I know, Dynamite couldn't buy it, but... gah.

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      • Originally posted by Son of Tarzan View Post
        i'd like to see these too. the Tarzan/John Carter team up from Dark Horse was pretty decent, but i would very much like to see Dynamite do its own version.

        new Lost in Space comics (based on the old show instead of the movie) would be awesome. as would Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. i grew up with reruns of all the Irwin Allen shows and loved them. still do.

        WOAH . . . no way, I want Tarzan to go to mars . . .and have his own adventure, that has nothing to do with John Carter .. . just tarzan journeying to barsoom, maybe meeting carter, maybe fighting alongside carter . . . but no confrontation between the two, forcing the two main characters to fight in a crossover is a good way to sink it.

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        • Defiance

          Seeing as how I love the game and the show, and I love Dynamite comics, I would love to see a series based on DEFIANCE.

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          • Originally posted by cdarlage View Post
            Seeing as how I love the game and the show, and I love Dynamite comics, I would love to see a series based on DEFIANCE.
            As long as dynamite takes great pains to make it follow and stay within canon, I think Defiance would be the perfect license for dynamite to pick up. There are so many avenues of storytelling for the universe it would almost be hard to make something that doesnt folow the canon. They coudl set it in the florida quarantine zone, in south america, any place!

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            • Originally posted by Ralok View Post
              WOAH . . . no way, I want Tarzan to go to mars . . .and have his own adventure, that has nothing to do with John Carter .. . just tarzan journeying to barsoom, maybe meeting carter, maybe fighting alongside carter . . . but no confrontation between the two, forcing the two main characters to fight in a crossover is a good way to sink it.
              though i enjoyed the Dark Horse Tarzan/John Carter team up i did find their reason for conflict to be a bit contrived.

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              • Originally posted by Son of Tarzan View Post
                though i enjoyed the Dark Horse Tarzan/John Carter team up i did find their reason for conflict to be a bit contrived.
                Well according to the thread in the Warlord of Mars forum ehre .. . they are aware of the problems of taht particular crossover

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                • Ever wondered why Captain Nemo and HG Wells "Time-Traveler", is hardly used in comics?

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                  • Originally posted by rasx View Post
                    Ever wondered why Captain Nemo and HG Wells "Time-Traveler", is hardly used in comics?
                    Ocean is boring . . .

                    but the time traveler . . .well I have to say that is probably because the morlocks and eloi have become so centralized to the story adn the idea of the story that exploring ideas outside of them (exploring the freaking TIEM TRAVEL ASPECT OF THE TIME MACHINE) has become taboo in a sense. As well the idea of a time traveler travelling through time has been soooooooo overdone.

                    If dynamite did a "time machine" story I would want it set in the time period of the morlocks, and I wouldnt want it called "the time machine" or anything. It would almost need to be a sequal to it, and the universe would have to be treated kinda like Thundarr or Herculoids . . . .

                    if the Eloi/Morlock time is central to the story . . . make it central, and explore that world and what it means, the various other peoples that may have evolved in it and how the time traveler . . . after abandoning time traveler, would affect and change this future world

                    Or they could do Captain Nemo . . . but re-imagine the story as a space-traveler version of the character. I would read 20,00 lightyears beyond in a heartbeat.

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                    • Originally posted by Ralok View Post
                      Ocean is boring . . .

                      but the time traveler . . .well I have to say that is probably because the morlocks and eloi have become so centralized to the story adn the idea of the story that exploring ideas outside of them (exploring the freaking TIEM TRAVEL ASPECT OF THE TIME MACHINE) has become taboo in a sense. As well the idea of a time traveler travelling through time has been soooooooo overdone.

                      If dynamite did a "time machine" story I would want it set in the time period of the morlocks, and I wouldnt want it called "the time machine" or anything. It would almost need to be a sequal to it, and the universe would have to be treated kinda like Thundarr or Herculoids . . . .

                      if the Eloi/Morlock time is central to the story . . . make it central, and explore that world and what it means, the various other peoples that may have evolved in it and how the time traveler . . . after abandoning time traveler, would affect and change this future world

                      Or they could do Captain Nemo . . . but re-imagine the story as a space-traveler version of the character. I would read 20,00 lightyears beyond in a heartbeat.
                      The way those two books ended for me, they are ripe for further exploration.
                      Does Dynamite own the rights for the Rook, I remember that the Warren version had a connection to the Time-traveler.( didn't like the Harris version in the 90's)
                      If set in modern times a Captain Nemo series could be a cool scifi/pirate book.

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                      • Ok, I"m being serious here, but who owns the rights to make a Mortal Kombat comic book? I think it was attempted a long time ago but dropped.

                        A one time mini-series, Obviously from a story point of view its pretty much acknowledges itself as a excessive use of violence for the sake of it. Not sure if its worth it on the business end though, there is no room and little audience to make it more then a one time mini, and if it stays true to the mortal kombat games then it will undeniably be a bad story , I just think it would be fun at the same time.

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                        • ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm . . . . .leeeeeeets see

                          how about something people wouldnt expect, like . . . scribblenauts . . .

                          yeah I am out of ideas . . .

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                          • FLASH GORDON.....PLEASE

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                            • what am i talking about? flash is a DE property......i blame a lack of sleep and a heavy working week.

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                              • I would love to see what DE could do with the golden age SANDMAN (aka Matt Wagner's Sandman Mystery Theatre). He would be a perfect fit for their Pulp line of heroes!

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