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Reverend Meteor

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Subj: Re: Anyone read the Green Lantern/Star Trek Second Crossover?
Posted: Thu May 11, 2017 at 04:38:27 pm EDT (Viewed 137 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Anyone read the Green Lantern/Star Trek Second Crossover?
Posted: Thu May 11, 2017 at 12:12:46 pm EDT (Viewed 143 times)

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    Just curious if anyone has read it.



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    I thought it was a decent enough crossover.



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    Anyone going to the Planet of the Apes crossover?



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    Anyway, some brief thoughts.



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    -Carol Ferris being in love with Scotty seemed forced and out of place. She's Hal's girl not Scotty's.


Yeah but Scotty was giving her all he's got.

(I'll see myself out)



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    -Puzzling why there is a need for a part II. Then there's the end where it suggests there might be planned part III. Meh.



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    -Hal and Kirk fly to a system with a Red sun. This implies Krypton exists and...Superman? As cool as it would be to see Superman meet Kirk, do we really need to see it?



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    -Atrocitus was treated badly in this crossover.



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    -I find it very strange that the Guardians, and Oa, and the Manhunters, already exist in the Star Trek Universe. Or even the implied Krypton along with Kryptonians. But whatever.



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    -The writer of this crossover obviously has no idea how Red rings work. The moment Khan puts on that red ring, he should have become a brainless animal of rage. Instead, he retains the ability to speak...meh.



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    -James T. Kirk AKA Green Lantern. LOVE IT!



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Wonder how they would handle Q and Mxy popping up from some fun?


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