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  • GoosebumpsArt
    GoosebumpsArt closed this thread because:
    For Mikel's sake.
    23:57, August 8, 2020
    >LGBT characters

    Someone is inevitably going to add Gary Lutz, Audra/Spencer, and Nat Wald. It's only a matter of time.

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    • Don't tempt me boy.

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    • Screenshot 20200709-034728 YouTube
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    • Sorry to butt in but are there actually any lgbt characters on the franchise?

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    • Oh, that's interesting. Thanks!

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    • Why doesn't this Wiki use "LGBTQ" instead of just LGBT? I normally use the latter.

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    • I usually see "LGBT" being used on wikis.... Does it really matter though? It's such a small category lol, I doubt there'll be any more GB characters to be added there.

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    • > I doubt there'll be any more GB characters to be added there.

      Think again... IDW's doing the comic series...

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    • Is it just me who feels like IDW has a sorta obnoxious wokeness to all its characters? They feel about as authentic as the Burger King Kids Club.

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    • Oh right, I forgot GB comics were a thing.

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    • GoosebumpsArt
      GoosebumpsArt removed this reply because:
      This isn't related to the thread at hand.
      16:50, July 9, 2020
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    • GoosebumpsArt wrote:
      Is it just me who feels like IDW has a sorta obnoxious wokeness to all its characters? They feel about as authentic as the Burger King Kids Club.

      That's a keeper.

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    • Apparently, one of the BK Kids is named "Boomer."

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    • One of the other characters is named "Wheels." I'll give you ten seconds to figure out which one that is...

      Yikes.

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    • You talking to me or him or the other him?

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    • Everybody, Mike. I was talking to everybody. :|

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    • GoosebumpsArt wrote:
      One of the other characters is named "Wheels." I'll give you ten seconds to figure out which one that is...

      Yikes.

      It's the dog, right?

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    • If only, Mike. If only.

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    • Oh. Then it's the girl with the camera? Or is her name shooter? Yikes. Makes me think of...

      BREAKING NEWS: Burger King gives birth to future serial killers and school shooters.

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    • " Is it just me who feels like IDW has a sorta obnoxious wokeness to all its characters? "



      ....BOY.

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    • Maybe my assessment was glib. (Honestly, I could probably be swayed on the matter.) I'm only unhappy when it feels like the creators are just trying to pat themselves on the back or win brownie points. I'd be more inclined to give IDW the benefit of the doubt if the stories and art were consistently good.

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    • Pffft. Have you seen the GB Graphix crap? The only stories with decent at styles were HorrorLand and Shock Street.

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    • Excluding Scarecrow Walks and Fever Swamp shows you are not a man of culture.

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    • I have reviews that go into more detail into my thoughts on the first two, I'll get to Witch House in about November or so since I've only skimmed it so far. Short version is I do like them, the frst one just logic issues you just kinda expect from this series and the other had a bit too much going on. I love Keith but even he felt a bit tacked on. I've got a lot respct for the crew on those and eeven including things like Keith, alongside the nifty representation. This case didn't feel brownie point-y since it's not intrisuve and the crew is actually generally in the communites represented. (Hope my joke was funny, you kinda hit a beserk button for me lol)

      And Mike is right, what they did to Night of the living dummy was inexusable lol.  Although for me it was mainly Jelly Jam , Dummy and Abominble Snowman to a lesser extent that bugged me, the rest looked fine to pretty good, Shock Street easily looked the best, and Scarecrow had some creepy moments, almost tooks too realastic for Goosebumps though.

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    • GoosebumpsArt wrote:
      Excluding Scarecrow Walks and Fever Swamp shows you are not a man of culture.

      Oh yeah. Fever Swamp was great, but Scarecrow didn't have that Goosebumps feel to it. 

      I'm gonna need some ointment for that burn

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    • Fever Swamp looked a bit too sketch-y for me, Emily looks horrifying lol.

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    • >not a man of culture.
      >I'm gonna need some ointment for that burn

      I wish it was easier to implement Comic Sans so I can really drive home my sarcastic comments.

      >what they did to Night of the living dummy was inexusable lol.

      This notion unifies all humanity.

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    • Mikel6718
      Mikel6718 removed this reply because:
      Crap. Wrong thread.
      23:48, July 9, 2020
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    • To clarify:

      • Scarecrow Walks and Fever Swamp are great.
      • Thou who does not concede shall forever be exiled from the echelons of culture.
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    • Um... actually the last message I posted was part of another thread. Got mixed up. Sorry.

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    • ...I thought Jokerman was the best way to express sarcasm on the internet



      Edit: rip to the people who don't have the jokerman font on newer computers :|

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    • THOU ART FOREVER EXILED FROM THE ECHELONS OF CULTURE.

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    • K.

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    • Took me a few minutes to remove all the swearing but it was worth it

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    • Absolutely butting in, but

      The IDW comics are pretty not great with diversity. They've got fleshed out, good LGBT and PoC characters, but they've so obviously been shoehorned in. However, it is nice to see at least one LGBT character in the entirety of Stine's writing, even though Stine has no part in the comics (and also if I remember correctly, according to Troy Steele's blog, aren't there only 3 characters, none of them protagonists, who are PoC in the series?)

      also also, Scarecrow Walks at Midnight and the Werewolf of Fever Swamp comics are GOLD, everything else isn't great 

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    • @Murder [But I didn't just say "K". I said "K." with a period. Try harder, k?]

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    • [SERVER HAS LEFT THE SERVER]

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    • What is even happening anymore.

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    • This is a result of the death you have chosen. 

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    • I'm only reopening this thread because I noticed something tangentially related to the original category-of-discussion.

      >While she was preparing things, Mrs. Dark caught her turning her into a demon. [...] She also admitted that she has had feelings for Ellie ever since she arrived. Ellie shared these feelings and the two fell in love, starting to go on scares together.

      Poor Mr. Dark got Cuckoo Clocked!

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    • Why did the "close this thread" option disappear?

      Screenshot 20200809-004512 Chrome
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    • Odd. Maybe Fandom has some feature to prevent edit warring (in this instance, multiple users opening and closing a thread). I'll close it for you, since I still can.

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