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  • archie 45: i think he is talking about the december solocts
    Today at 10:35:21 AM
  • spazaru: They already came out didn't they?  They're just not posted here.
    Today at 09:28:35 AM
  • BettyReggie: Is this week the november solicitations 2014 come out?
    Today at 09:03:36 AM
  • Jabroniville: Oh yeah, and Avatarland is probably costing them a pretty penny. I still wonder about that one... Avatar could turn out to be a total fad. People don't even really talk about it any more. Of course, the same could be said about "Frozen" in a couple years.
    Today at 05:09:39 AM
  • chancebond: Bye guys goodnight
    Today at 03:36:07 AM
  • Jabroniville: Using the same ride lay-out is definitely lazy- I didn't know that part. I assumed they'd be fixing up a lot more stuff than that. But "Cloning" rides is pretty common- Universal's cloning all their Harry Potter stuff over in California, plus their Simpsons stuff.
    Today at 03:29:30 AM
  • B-ko Daitokuji: an another example of Disney being cheap, the Little Mermaid ride was a clone to save on R&D expenses
    Today at 02:54:31 AM
  • B-ko Daitokuji: they're using the same ride lay-out, so it's hardly a new ride for Frozen, they're being cheap, if it was Universal, they would have built an entire land for it, I don't know I'd rather still have the trolls and the polar bear instead of a talking snowman, they'd have to have them making out like the Japanese fanart for me to think it's an improvement lol
    Today at 02:53:59 AM
  • Jabroniville: But yes, I can definitely see why Disney Parks fans are getting annoyed with Disney for keeping most things the same, while Universal is building entirely new lands. I think a Frozen ride is a step in the right direction in fixing that. Plus the rumored "Star Wars Land" that people keep talking about.
    Today at 02:11:00 AM
  • Jabroniville: I dunno about Disney not spending enough $ on the parks- New Fantasyland and the Dwarf Coaster cost like $2 billion or something. I agree that a movie that's only "Norway-inspired" is an odd fit for The World Showcase, but then Epcot's been losing it's theme for years.
    Today at 02:09:56 AM
  • chancebond: Reggie fan girl... I couldn't agree with you more... Let it stop!!! (Instead of snow)
    Yesterday at 08:52:45 PM
  • chancebond: I know...
    Yesterday at 08:45:51 PM
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    Yesterday at 08:29:20 PM
  • archie 45: if what your saying is true thats not right
    Yesterday at 08:01:08 PM
  • chancebond: Yes :(
    Yesterday at 07:47:54 PM
  • archie 45: what your saying your mom punches you
    Yesterday at 07:23:56 PM
  • chancebond: We'll once again... I now have a black eye... No thanks to my mom!!! That fucking crazy ass bitch punches me in the eye after I ask if I could have my Ipad... That I bought from her.  Then.. She punches me in there and calls me a fucking pussy!!! *sniff
    Yesterday at 06:48:04 PM
  • Reggie Fangirl: What is the big obsession with frozen all about anyways? I find it to be stupid.
    Yesterday at 06:15:45 PM
  • B-ko Daitokuji: Walmart-ized*
    Yesterday at 03:20:11 PM
  • B-ko Daitokuji: Disney is also getting cheap, if the can't invest in a new ride for Frozen, they are obivoulsy experiencing corporate mismanagement, people are kind of right when they describe WDW as beomcing "Waltmarized" while Universal is willing to spend money every year
    Yesterday at 03:19:48 PM

Author Topic: Archie Comics launches The Archie Babies  (Read 10642 times)

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Offline B-ko Daitokuji

Re: Archie Comics launches The Archie Babies
« Reply #15 on: April 23, 2011, 11:43:42 PM »
Maybe it's actually a really creepy horror book that will give us all nightmares.  O__O

Offline dth1971

Re: Archie Comics launches The Archie Babies
« Reply #16 on: May 20, 2011, 07:07:41 PM »
I would never see the Archie Babies team up with the Tiny Titans.

Offline Banshee

Re: Archie Comics launches The Archie Babies
« Reply #17 on: May 21, 2011, 01:29:30 PM »
Maybe I will take a little look? :)

It may be as cute as the old "Spike and Sugar" comic books?


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