Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Orac, May 28, 2016.
I shall have to seek them out. Thanks for the info, fellow smeghead! :-D
McWhiskers confused me
I guess great minds think alike huh?
Only because I'm 35 years late to the party. Never really cared for the show as a kid, I was in my Daffy Duck phase. Yes, "He-man" iss aimed at kids and almost too simplistic in prose and character names, but at the same time it has some great messages, no hidden jokes for adults (which seems odd!), and when DC Fontana and JMS write for a show they usually do it with some panache that makes it watchable for all ages... it's hard not to be a fan and the animation development techniques used to cut costs for both shows were somewhat clever... still wish it'd come out on blu-ray proper.
That and I was hesitant to jumble in imagery from "Fat Albert", another show I adore but not for a while yet...
Oh, I also did some classic TOS homage - TAS Kirk is a mirror image to get the perspective right...
Yeah, you didn't fix his delta. Good job.
Speaking of "deltas"
Somebody needs to do a photoshop fix for "Tomorrow is Yesterday" with a F-106 i9nstead of the F-104. I don't think an F-104 ever carried an air-to-air nuke--but I could be wrong:
The F-106 could self land--even without a computer
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