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20th Apr 2015, 7:31 PM #1
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Agreed on all counts regarding the avoidance of "critter" and "beast."

I'm a fan of incorporating the word "visions" if you can. It sounds like a soothing word in and of itself, because of how it thrums in your mouth as you say it. "Animal Visions" could work for me. Possibly "Fauna Visions?" Fauna is a nice catch-all word for animals, although "Fauna Visions" sounds like a failed game console the more I think about it...
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20th Apr 2015, 7:27 PM #2
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HELL YES! Cannot "like" this enough!

Frankly, I think Invader Zim will work even better as a comic. I wasn't too fond of the voice acting in the cartoon -- GIR drove me up the wall, and I couldn't not hear Daggett from the Angry Beavers every time Zim spoke. But comics are silent! And now all that baroque, broken, endlessly disturbing detail in the background of the show will be easier to catch and scrutinize within the static frame of a graphic novel. Oh boy oh boy!
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12th Apr 2015, 4:56 AM #3
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10th Apr 2015, 5:07 PM #4
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On the contrary. Messing with it proves you are a child no longer.
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8th Apr 2015, 10:24 PM #5
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Yeah, I have no idea how this can possibly work. So much of the terror of the FNAF games comes from the claustrophobic, first-person perspective. I can't imagine how one would translate that to the screen.

...Of course, if the film turns out to be a bunch of 3D jumpscares, well, it won't be nearly as well-crafted as the games, but will probably make the audience piss themselves.

EDIT: "Directed by Uwe Boll" = #RuinAMovieIn4Words
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7th Apr 2015, 10:53 PM #6
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Why the hell not. Let's maximize confusion for everyone new to the site. I'll not not sign.
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7th Apr 2015, 10:51 PM #7
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Blast! I am too late! Loving those designs, Zanreo. They have a lot of personality.

[WHAT MUST I DO TO GET ONE?!]
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Result in thread: Weird login delay
5th Apr 2015, 5:08 AM #8
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Maybe a week? I use my tablet intermittently, so I don't know exactly. It's recent, though.
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"Weird login delay", 3rd Apr 2015, 3:49 PM #9
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Hello Kyo and company!

I've been having some issues logging in lately across two different operating systems and browsers, so I thought I'd report it.

On my Windows 8 PC (which runs Firefox), and my Android 5 tablet (which runs Chrome), the CF login menu initially won't let me in when I submit my username and password. I usually end up with a connection timeout or something. If I refresh the page, though, I'm logged in just fine. And if I hit the login button twice, it seems to work fine -- I'll be brought to the logout screen (Windows/Firefox) or the masthead (Android/Chrome).

Anyway, it's not interfering with my ability to use the site, but I wanted to let you know. Thanks!

EDIT: Also, I'm not having this difficulty with any other site I use on either OS/browser, which is why I'm reporting it.
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3rd Apr 2015, 3:04 AM #10
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Ironically, there's a certain degree of professionalism involved in admitting -- or disclaiming -- that one is unprofessional.
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1st Apr 2015, 3:37 PM #11
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Where are we, Wisconsin? :P

(NOTE: Nothing against Wisconsin; only the people who run it.)
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1st Apr 2015, 3:19 PM #12
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MY EYES! It's like a koala bear crapped a rainbow in my brain! GAAAH!

...Kind of like the font, though. It reminds me of the Mr. Saturn text from Earthbound.
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1st Apr 2015, 3:40 AM #13
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April really is the cruelest month.
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27th Mar 2015, 3:37 AM #14
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I don't understand why the noise of a cracking joint freaks some people out so much. Not that I'm judging! De gustibus non est disputandum. It's simply that... Whenever I hear someone else do it, I'm actually thrilled, since I can only imagine how refreshing it must feel.

I crack my knuckles the same way Nama and others do. And I also crack everything else, whenever I can! I'm able to crack literally every joint in my body except the immovable one in my skull. Drives my poor girlfriend insane.
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27th Mar 2015, 12:25 AM #15
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J.

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22nd Mar 2015, 2:21 PM #16
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No love for paint.net? Oh well.

For what it's worth, if you're using Windows, I find paint.net to be the best free drawing program out there. It's like GIMP, but I think it's a bit more intuitive. Also, there are a plethora of free plugins for it, so you can perform all sorts of neat tricks with it.
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16th Mar 2015, 1:46 AM #17
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Maybe write something about genre melding? You could either write about successful crossovers among media, or perhaps talk about the techniques of one medium can be adapted for use in others. For example, can musical composition tell us anything about how to plot a story, or arrange comic panels?

Good luck with brainstorming!
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15th Mar 2015, 11:51 PM #18
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Well, yeah, of course. Why else do you think the doctor from the folktale is named Faustus?
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15th Mar 2015, 10:52 PM #19
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HAH! I love that name choice. "Faustus" roughly means "lucky" or "fortunate" in Latin, so the irony is delicious.

...Then again, what could be more fortunate than still being loved after you're gone?
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12th Mar 2015, 4:53 PM #20
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Hey, quick question. Are we drawing a distinction between "bad" and "evil?" Like, are we supposed to be antiheroes/antiheroines, or anti-heroes/heroines?
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