Joined: February 5th, 2016, 9:41 pm Posts: 174
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The BOOM panel was my favourite panel!
And when Peter wonders if Erin and Holtzy are related to Egon, I had a shot of deja vu, cos where have I heard THAT headcanon before? Oh, that's right, ME!!! It was in my review of ATC, so you can't say I'm reaching.
But Venkman saying that he'll swear in court that Holtzy's definitely related to Egon....yeah, that's kind of the general consensus, so I can't claim credit for that one.
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Joined: February 20th, 2008, 6:48 pm Posts: 418
Location: marooned on a small island.
My thoughts about this issue:
With only two issues left I was expecting the pace to pick up a bit. If there were more issues, then the pace wouldn't be a bother, but I wonder how much stuff is going to be rammed into the next two issues.
I'm thinking it might have been better to have held back the characters of Cait, Garrett and the other two for another volume instead of introducing them now when there is already the ATC cast alongside the OGB cast to crowd it out. It's inevitable that the lesser known characters will fade into the background when there are already such huge personalities dominating the story, and I'm not surprised that they were missing from this issue.
Also, I'm not sure why they need Mel in addition to everyone else. They're at full capacity already. And they've probably run out of spare jumpsuits. She might have to use a duct-tape name tag like Kevin did. Lol.
Egon's weirdness seems to have cleared up already. I think Holtzmann out-weirded him. Just when I thought he was getting a bit interesting... Ah, well.
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