The Brave and the Bold

Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by Allyn Gibson, May 28, 2010.

  1. Allyn Gibson

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  2. Dayton Ward

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    Somebody's been reading my drunken fanfic again.


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  3. JD

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    Hmmm, to bad this never happened. They did do an X-Men one after all, so it would have only been fair to do DC too.
     
  4. Dayton Ward

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    Star Trek crossover with the Green Lantern Corps?



    I'd write it :devil:
     
  5. Allyn Gibson

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    DC pitched Paramount on a Star Trek/Superman crossover. Paramount's reason for declining the pitch? "But Superman isn't real!"

    I'd love a Legion of Super-Heroes crossover. Or Hawkman.
     
  6. JD

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    Ok, that Superman thing is funny. I don't see why he couldn't just be from an alternate universe. Isn't that what they did for one of the X-Men crossovers.
    Even with my limited knowledge of the DCverse I know that would kick ass!
     
  7. Christopher

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    And of course the Marvel Trek/X-Men crossovers were assumed to be "imaginary stories" with respect to both universes. After all, ST has often been referenced as a work of fiction within the Marvel universe. (There was even a Spider-Man issue revolving around Peter Parker and his friends attending the premiere of Star Trek: The Motion Picture. It was scripted by Marv Wolfman, who was simultaneously editing Marvel's TMP-era ST comic.)
     
  8. Dayton Ward

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  9. Allyn Gibson

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    Who might the Green Lantern of Sector 2814 in the 23rd-century be? (Duck Dodgers suggests that Hal Jordan is still active until the 24th-and-a-half century; he aged very well.)

    Oh... fuck. It just occurred to me who a realistic option for the 23rd-century is, without being excessively fanwankish. (In other words, it's not one of the main Star Trek characters.) And now I'd want to write that... *sigh*
     
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    But then... aren't they all?
     
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  12. Allyn Gibson

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    That is a seriously kick-ass fanfilm. :)
     
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    You know I heard that Chris Pine was once considered for the role of Hal Jordan in the Green Lantern film their making if. So if he had gotten it and the made a crossover we probably would heard about Kirk looking a lot like Jordan.
     
  15. Dayton Ward

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    ^ Doubtful. At least, it wouldn't have come from me.

    That is....unless I just knew it'd piss people off :devil: