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Old 05-17-2011, 11:57 PM   #151
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As long as you liked GI Joe, He-Man, or GoBots, we're ok.


I was just about to say, I wish they would make a good He-man movie. He-man and Star Wars were my two favourites as a kid. I had a ton of the toys. I think a serious He-Man movie, set in the He-man universe and not on earth would be awesome.

Have you guys seen the new He-Man toys? I was checking out a comic book store around the corner from me the other week and they had a bunch of them. they're pretty cool looking. All the old characters redesigned
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I was just about to say, I wish they would make a good He-man movie. He-man and Star Wars were my two favourites as a kid. I had a ton of the toys. I think a serious He-Man movie, set in the He-man universe and not on earth would be awesome.
I'm sure you did.

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Old 05-18-2011, 12:01 AM   #153
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As long as you liked GI Joe, He-Man, or GoBots, we're ok.
Hate to disappoint, but I'm basically a 90's child (born in 87), so for the most part my only big 80's loves as a child were the Trilogy of Trilogies (Back to the Future, Indiana Jones, Star Wars).
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Old 05-18-2011, 12:02 AM   #154
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I'm surprised you even knew what Transformers were then.
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Old 05-18-2011, 12:03 AM   #155
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Haha, the cartoons and toys were still all over the place in the early 90's.
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Old 05-18-2011, 12:05 AM   #156
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Little Basterd will kill me dead, but, I'm just not a fan of the Back to the Future films. Everyone likes them. I should like them. But I just don't.
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Urgh. How long before someone does a prequel/4th back to the future movie?
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Old 05-18-2011, 12:14 AM   #158
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hahaha He-larious
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I own a "What Would Skeletor Do?" t-shirt.
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Have you seen the cartoon lately? When I was a kid, Skeletor didn't seem like the bumbling idiot that he is
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Ironically, that picture reminds me that I briefly had the nickname here of "Skele-Whore" when I first started using the Misfits avatar.

I feel like I'm doing nothing but posting pictures tonight, but....

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Hate to disappoint, but I'm basically a 90's child (born in 87), so for the most part my only big 80's loves as a child were the Trilogy of Trilogies (Back to the Future, Indiana Jones, Star Wars).
I was born in the same year, and I'm pretty damn familiar with most of those shows (most).

Gives me a lot of appreciation for Robot Chicken. They should just give Skeletor his own spin-off.
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Man, do I feel old. I was 17 even when Transformers came out.
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I was 19 when Transformers came out... the Michael Bay movie that is.
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I was born in the same year, and I'm pretty damn familiar with most of those shows (most).

Gives me a lot of appreciation for Robot Chicken. They should just give Skeletor his own spin-off.
I'm familiar with Transformers and GI Joe, but I don't ever remember seeing He-Man on TV, I only know if from other things lampooning it.
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